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Computed Tomographic Localization of the Central Sulcus: A Morphometric Study in Adult Patients.

Despite advances in intraoperative navigation and electrocorticography, neuroanatomical knowledge is an essential tool for neurosurgical planning. The aim of this study was to accurately describe the relations between the anatomical landmarks of the cranial convexity and the main cortical structures.


Our experience in the management of CSF otorrhea: A transmastoid approach with middle ear cavity obliteration and a middle cranial fossa approach.

In this report, we present two cases of patients with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) otorrhea who underwent surgical repair through either a transmastoid or middle cranial fossa approach. In our first case, a 34-year-old male after head trauma with conductive hearing loss and a House-Brackmann grade 2 facial palsy was found to have a soft tissue mass protruding through his right tympanic membrane. Radiological examination revealed a wide tegmen tympani defect. He underwent surgery via a transmastoid approach wit...

Recent perspectives of pediatric neurodevelopmental disorders.

The assorted circumstances characterized by malfunctioning in cognition, communication or motor skills lead to abnormal development of the central nervous system (CNS) in young infants. These conditions are collectively termed as neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) and are usually diagnosed during childhood or infancy. NDDs occur as frequent as 1-3% in the general population and their diagnostic yield is approximately 15-25% with existing available techniques. So, the majority of affected patients are still...


Current views of common pediatric cancers - an update.

Advancements in pediatric cancers diagnostics clarity and treatments have greatly increased survival rates in the pediatric oncology population. Increased survival rates have turned new attention to studying psychosocial stressors and improvisation of the quality of life of the suffering cancer patients. The cancer treatment experience could be divided into three phases: diagnosis, treatment, and post-treatment/survivorship. The present review article would focus specifically on the three most common pediat...

Recent perspectives of ependymomas (childhood brain tumors).

Ependymomas are childhood brain tumors that occur throughout the central nervous system, but are most common in the hindbrain, also known as the posterior fossa (PF). Current standard therapy comprises maximal safe surgery, and there is no scope for further increase in survival. Despite the histological similarity, ependymomas from throughout the neuroaxis likely comprise multiple independent entities, each with a distinct molecular pathogenesis. The present review article would discuss both genetics and ep...

Intrahepatic congenital portosystemic shunts in dogs: short- and long-term outcome of suture attenuation.

To report the short- and long-term outcomes of one- or two-staged suture attenuation for complete closure of intrahepatic congenital portosystemic shunts in dogs.

MdWRKY9 overexpression confers intensive dwarfing in the M26 rootstock of apple by directly inhibiting brassinosteroid synthetase MdDWF4 expression.

Dwarfing rootstocks enable high-density planting and are therefore highly desirable in modern apple (Malus domestica) production. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock that is used worldwide, but identifying intensive dwarfing rootstock is a major goal of apple breeding programs. Herein, we show that MdWRKY9 mediates dwarfing by directly inhibiting the transcription of the brassinosteroid (BR) rate-limiting synthetase MdDWF4 and reducing BR production. We found that the transcriptional factor MdWRKY9 is highly e...

A novel and validated prognostic nomogram based on liver fibrosis and tumor burden for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma after curative resection.

Most conventional staging systems were formulated concerning the tumor burden rather than the severity of liver fibrosis, which plays a central role in tumor promotion. The aim of this study was to formulate a prognostic nomogram comprehensively considering these two aspects for HCC after hepatectomy.

Juvenile xanthogranuloma with angiomatous appearance and a peculiar immunophenotype.

Juvenile xanthogranuloma is the most common form of non-Langerhans cell histiocytosis in childhood. The clinical differential diagnosis of a solitary juvenile xanthogranuloma includes molluscum contagiosum, Spitz nevus, and melanoma. Lesions larger than 2 cm in diameter may be misdiagnosed as hemangiomas, but this is not typical of smaller juvenile xanthogranuloma. We report a case of solitary juvenile xanthogranuloma in a 10-year-old boy with angiomatous appearance and peculiar immunophenotype.

The function of contactin-2/TAG-1 in oligodendrocytes in health and demyelinating pathology.

The oligodendrocyte maturation process and the transition from the pre-myelinating to the myelinating state are extremely important during development and in pathology. In the present study, we have investigated the role of the cell adhesion molecule CNTN2/TAG-1 on oligodendrocyte proliferation, differentiation, myelination, and function during development and under pathological conditions. With the combination of in vivo, in vitro, ultrastructural, and electrophysiological methods, we have mapped the expre...

Nerve injury associated with high-intensity focused ultrasound: A case report.

Skin laxity is a common cosmetic concern in middle-aged women. High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is one of noninvasive modalities that provides safe and effective improvement in skin laxity and tightening with minimal adverse effects. Concerning an extensive use of HIFU for facial rejuvenation, dermatologists should be aware of potential adverse effects of HIFU treatment. We herein present a case of 33-year-old Thai female with facial nerve injury after HIFU treatment for skin laxity.

Assays for estimating HIV incidence: updated global market assessment and estimated economic value.

Accurate incidence estimates are needed to characterize the HIV epidemic and guide prevention efforts. HIV Incidence assays are cost-effective laboratory assays that provide incidence estimates from cross-sectional surveys. We conducted a global market assessment of HIV incidence assays under three market scenarios and estimated the economic value of improved incidence assays.

Thrombocytopenia-associated multi-organ failure secondary to hyperglycemic, hyperosmolar non-ketotic syndrome: A case report.

Thrombocytopenia associated multi-organ failure (TAMOF) is a clinical syndrome with features of new onset thrombocytopenia, increased lactate dehydrogenase, and multi-organ failure in critically ill patients. TAMOF can be the initial presentation of an underlying disease process or can develop during the course of illness either during the hospital stay. TAMOF has a high mortality rate if not treated; therefore, early detection is critical. TAMOF has been rarely reported in diabetic ketoacidosis. We are des...

Quantitative performance evaluation of a back-illuminated sCMOS camera with 95% QE for super-resolution localization microscopy.

Scientific Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (sCMOS) cameras were introduced into the market in 2009 and are now becoming a major type of commercial cameras for low-light imaging. sCMOS cameras provide simultaneously low read noise, high readout speed, and large pixel array; however, the relatively low quantum efficiency (QE) of sCMOS cameras has been a major limitation for its application in single molecule imaging, especially super-resolution localization microscopy which requires high detection sen...

COMP report: CQPR technical quality control guidelines for kilovoltage X ray radiotherapy machines.

The Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists (COMP) in close partnership with the Canadian Partnership for Quality Radiotherapy (CPQR) has developed a series of Technical Quality Control (TQC) guidelines for radiation treatment equipment. These guidelines outline the performance objectives that equipment should meet in order to ensure an acceptable level of radiation treatment quality. The TQC guidelines have been rigorously reviewed and field tested at various Canadian radiation treatment facilities. Th...

Inpatient Dialysis Unit Project Development: Redesigning Acute Hemodialysis Care.

Executive leaders of an acute care hospital performed a market and financial analysis, and created a business plan to establish an inpatient hemodialysis unit operated by the hospital to provide safe, high-quality, evidence-based care to the population of individuals experiencing end stage renal disease (ESRD) within the community. The business plan included a SWOT (Strengths - Weaknesses - Opportunities - Threats) analysis to assess advantages of the hospital providing inpatient hemodialysis services versu...

Controlled Insertion of Planar Defect in Inverse Opals for Anti-counterfeiting Applications.

Inverse opals have been used for structural coloration and photonic applications owing to their photonic bandgap properties. When the photonic structures contain planar defects, they provide defect modes, which are useful for lasing, sensing, and waveguiding. However, it remains a challenge to insert a planar defect into inverse opals in a reproducible manner. Here, we report a new method for producing planar-defect-inserted inverse opals using sequential capillary wetting of colloidal crystals and creating...

Scalable Low-Bandgap Sb2Se3 Thin-Film Photocathodes for Efficient Visible-Near-Infrared Solar Hydrogen Evolution.

A highly efficient low-bandgap (1.2-0.8 eV) photoelectrode is critical for accomplishing efficient conversion of visible-near-infrared sunlight into storable hydrogen. Herein, we report Sb2Se3 polycrystalline thin film photocathode having a low-bandgap (1.2-1.1 eV) for efficient hydrogen evolution for wide solar-spectrum utilization. The photocathode was fabricated by a facile thermal evaporation of single Sb2Se3 powder source onto the Mo-coated soda-lime glass substrate, followed by annealing under Se vapo...

Slow Magnetic Relaxation in a Dysprosium Ammonia Metallocene Complex.

We report the serendipitous discovery and magnetic characterization of a dysprosium bis(ammonia) metallocene complex, [(C5Me5)2Dy(NH3)2](BPh4) (1), isolated in the course of performing a well-established synthesis of the unsolvated cationic complex [(C5Me5)2Dy][(μ-Ph)2BPh2]. While side reactivity studies suggest that this bis(ammonia) species owes its initial incidence to impurities in the DyCl3(H2O)x starting material, we were able to independently prepare 1 and its tetrahydrofuran (THF) derivative, [(C5M...

FCC-HCP coexistence in dense thermo-responsive microgel crystals.

Analogous to hard-sphere suspensions, monodisperse thermo-responsive poly (N-isopropyl acrylamide) (PNIPAM) microgel particles beyond a volume fraction (ϕ) of 0.5 freeze into face centered cubic (FCC)-hexagonal close packed (HCP) coexistence under as prepared conditions and into an FCC structure upon annealing. We report here FCC-HCP coexistence to be stable in dense PNIPAM microgel crystals (ϕ > 0.74) with particles in their deswollen state (referred to as osmotically compressed microgel crystals) and th...

The entropy of a complex molecule.

Entropy is a central concept in the theory of coarse-graining. Through Einstein's formula, it provides the equilibrium probability distribution of the coarse-grained variables used to describe the system of interest. We study with molecular dynamics simulations the equilibrium probability distribution of thermal blobs representing at a coarse-grained level star polymer molecules in melt. Thermal blobs are characterized by the positions and momenta of the centers of mass, and internal energies of the molecul...

A rigorous full-dimensional quantum dynamics study of tunneling splitting of rovibrational states of vinyl radical C2H3.

We report a rigorous quantum mechanical study of the rovibrational energy levels of vinyl radical C2H3. The calculations are carried out using a real two-component multi-layer Lanczos algorithm in a set of orthogonal polyspherical coordinates based on a recently developed accurate ab initio potential energy surface of C2H3. All well converged 158 vibrational bands up to 3200 cm(-1) are determined, together with a comparison to previous calculations and experimental results. Results show a remarkable multi-d...

Theoretical investigation of rotationally inelastic collisions of CH(X(2)Π) with hydrogen atoms.

We report calculations of state-to-state cross sections for collision-induced rotational transitions of CH(X(2)Π) with atomic hydrogen. These calculations employed the four adiabatic potential energy surfaces correlating CH(X(2)Π) + H((2)S), computed in this work through the multi-reference configuration interaction method [MRCISD + Q(Davidson)]. Because of the presence of deep wells on three of the potential energy surfaces, the scattering calculations were carried out using the quantum statistical metho...

Testing the limits of the Maxwell distribution of velocities for atoms flying nearly parallel to the walls of a thin cell.

For a gas at thermal equilibrium, it is usually assumed that the velocity distribution follows an isotropic 3-dimensional Maxwell-Boltzmann (M-B) law. This assumption classically implies the assumption of a "cos θ" law for the flux of atoms leaving the surface. Actually, such a law has no grounds in surface physics, and experimental tests of this assumption have remained very few. In a variety of recently developed sub-Doppler laser spectroscopy techniques for gases one-dimensionally confined in a thin cel...

Mechanical response of transient telechelic networks with many-part stickers.

A central question in soft matter is understanding how several individual, weak bonds act together to produce collective interactions. Here, gel-forming telechelic polymers with multiple stickers at each chain end are studied through Brownian dynamics simulations to understand how collective interaction of the bonds affects mechanical response of the gels. These polymers are modeled as finitely extensible dumbbells using an explicit tau-leap algorithm and the binding energy of these associations was kept co...


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