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This pilot study examines concurrent and predictive relationships between eye tracking and clinical outcomes during a 16-week behavioral intervention (PRT) for children with ASD. Eye tracking will be comprised of both laboratory-based measures (using a commercial eye-tracking system) as well as home-based measures (using tablet-based eye tracking systems). The major goals of this study are both to improve our understanding of the potential role of eye tracking in clinical trial...
This study will assess the effects of exercise and non-concussive bodily contact on eye-tracking scores collected by the EYE-SYNC eye-tracking device.
The objective of this study is to analyze subjects having a normal hip and compare the in vivo kinematics to subjects requiring a total hip arthroplasty (THA) due to having a diseased hip and then later post-operative to their implanted hip. Ten subjects will have a normal hip, ten hips will be diseased, requiring a THA and then those ten diseased hips will be re-analyzed at six months post-operative after implantation of a THA.
We will study the small intestine motility patterns in NET patients before and after treated with somatostatin analogues and compare these to healthy subjects. For this we will use the newly developed Motility Tracking System (MTS). Hypothesis: Patients with NET and carcinoid syndrome have decreased small bowel transit time and an increase in phase III MMC activity compared to healthy subjects. Treatment with somatostatin analogues increase transit time and decrease phase III...
Objective: The aim of this pilot study is to evaluate the alterations of epigenetic patterns in periodontally diseased individuals, before and after periodontal treatment, also in comparison to periodontally healthy patients. Materials & methods: Twenty patients were voluntarily enrolled in two groups: 10 participants with healthy periodontium, and 10 participants with chronic periodontitis. Clinical parameters were recorded and gingival biopsies were collected within the foll...
The study is designed to evaluate the use of electromagnetic tracking in femoral derotation osteotomies. The goal is to raise the precision of the surgical procedure in order to improve the outcome in short- and long term. The electromagnetic tracking system is evaluated against a base line CT scan serving as reference standard.
This research tries to investigate the validity and reliability of eye-tracking technologies by using different paradigms (eg. free-view, pro-saccade and anti-saccade) which served as a novel way of evaluating suicide risk among affective disorder patients including bipolar and unipolar depression. All the participants including health control will be assessed by clinical interviewing, self-report assessment, cognitive evaluation and eye-tracking task.
RATIONALE: Electromagnetic device tracking may help in planning diagnostic procedures and cancer treatment. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying electromagnetic device tracking to see how well it works in patients undergoing CT-guided biopsy or ablation.
Endoscopy is an important technique in medicine to diagnose internal organs. Video endoscopy has been the most common technique providing clear, real time video images of organs' surfaces. However, this technique only images the surface and cannot effectively diagnose diseased tissues that develop in endothelial tissues. Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) has been developed to overcome this limitation, and it is widely utilized in diagnosing GI diseases. This technique can image very ...
It is extremely important to identify and distinguish healthy brain tissue from diseased brain tissue during neurosurgery. If normal tissue is damaged during neurosurgery it can result in long term neurological problems for the patient. The brain tissue as it appears prior to the operation on CT scan and MRI is occasionally very different from how it appears during the actual operation. Therefore, it is necessary to develop diagnostic procedures that can be used during the o...
Tumor motion increases the uncertainty in Radiation Oncology. Couch tracking can compensate for this uncertainty. However it is not known if the couch motion influences the respiratory pattern of the patients. This will be evaluated in this study on healthy volunteers.
The significance of our study is in the importance of understanding the quality and quantity of proteins in the human tear film from diseased and non-diseased patients. This pilot study will provide data to plan prospective research to better delineate the utility of tear proteins in diagnosing and following disease status in a non-invasive fashion.
The investigators propose a novel method for tracking the seizure frequency, side effect burden, and medication compliance for patients with epilepsy. The investigators intend to utilize a table-top device currently for tracking other chronic disease to collect remote data from epilepsy patients. The hypothesis is that the use of this device will lead to better longterm treatment outcomes than the standard outpatient mechanism of following patients longitudinally.
Painful bladder syndrome (PBS)/interstitial cystitis (IC) may be due to the actions of nitric oxide (NO) in the bladder tissue. NO is a gaseous substance with a very short half-life, synthesized by a group of NO-synthase-enzymes in many tissues. The goal of this study is to illuminate bladder tissue production of NO in individuals with PBS and healthy individuals, by quantification of NO and NO-enzyme expression by different molecular biological methods.
Evaluation of the hearing functions of children born to rheumatic diseased mothers who received gestational antimalarial drugs versus those didn't receive gestational antimalarials drugs compared with normal healthy children.
White matter fiber tracking may provide a novel tool to assess the integrity of injured motor tracts in the cervical spine. It provides information about fiber directions which is not given by conventional MRI. White matter fiber tracking in the brain is used at several institutions, including our own medical college, for presurgical planning of tumor excision. We believe that the technical and clinical experience gained for the brain can be applied to fiber tracking in the cer...
The Mobile Mood Tracking App study is a small randomized trial of acceptability and usability of a mobile phone mood tracking application (mobile app) among women with depressed mood in pregnancy. The study will be assessing the perceived value and usability of this tool in pregnancy over eight weeks to test whether women using this app are more likely to receive assessments and treatments of depressed mood than women not using it.
To examine potential eye-tracking based markers for social processing deficits in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). To this end a battery of five eye tracking paradigms assessing social functioning will be evaluated in young children with ASD and compared with data from typically developing children. To additionally evaluate the specificity of the markers a group of children with disorders of delayed development other than ASD will be included.
This is a prospective multi-center cohort feasibility and exploratory study.
A small protein called dnaJ peptide may help people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) by preventing their immune system cells from attacking their own tissues. The purpose of this study is to determine if small amounts of dnaJ peptide can "re-educate" immune cells in people with RA so that the cells stop attacking joint tissues.
The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to test the efficacy of a novel intervention, Pocket PATH (Personal Assistant for Tracking Health) for promoting self-care agency, self-care behaviors, and transplant-related health.
The study is designed to evaluate the use of electromagnetic tracking in transversal plane femoral derotation osteotomies. The goal is to raise the precision of the surgical procedure in order to improve the outcome in short- and long term. All patients are examined with an instrumented 3D gait analysis pre- and one year postoperatively. The electromagnetic tracking system is evaluated against a base line CT or MRI scan serving as reference standard pre- and postoperatively.
The research is aimed at exploring the application of novel tracking technique for the study of spatial activity among dementia patients and its implication on their families. The study sample will be composed of three groups of volunteers, each including100 participants aged over 60 years. The first group will include MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment) patients. The second group will include patients that suffer from mild dementia. The third group will include age matched healthy...
The purpose of this study is to determine the sensitivity and specificity of an aid in assessment of concussion based on eye-tracking, in comparison to a clinical reference standard appropriate for the Emergency Department (ED).
A research study into a new technology for adjustment of the radiotherapy beam to account for movement of lung tumours as the patient breathes during radiotherapy.