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Makker, Kartikeya - - 2009
Von Seggern, Christopher - - 2009
Biodetection is an emerging field of mass spectrometry. Increasing amounts of time and energy have been devoted by researchers to create portable mass spectrometers capable of rapid detection of biological agents. As the U.S. and other countries remain at a heightened alert of bioterrorism, few rapid response mechanisms are in ...
Zamyatnin, Alexander - - 2009
Introduction
Goffredo, Costanza - - 2009
Carotid chemodectomas or carotid body tumors are rare tumors, generally benign, slow-growing and generally asymptomatic, and represent the most common paraganglioma of the head and neck. Sometimes there is a compression syndrome or carotid sinus syndrome. Malignancy occurs in 6-12.5% of cases. The diagnosis of the carotid body tumor is ...
Hildebrandt, Steve - - 2009
The transduction of various cells from the nervous system in vivo or in vitro with adenoviral vectors (Ad-vectors) carrying the information for marker proteins like green fluorescent protein (GFP) is a very common method in neuroscience. By the use of membrane chromatography we describe here a rapid and easy to ...
Ramani, K.V. - - 2009
Blood-transfusion services are vital to maternal health because haemorrhage and anaemia are major causes of maternal death in South Asia. Unfortunately, due to continued governmental negligence, blood-transfusion services in India are a highly-fragmented mix of competing independent and hospital-based blood-banks, serving the needs of urban populations. This paper aims to ...
Padmanaban, P. - - 2009
Although India has made slow progress in reducing maternal mortality, progress in Tamil Nadu has been rapid. This case study documents how Tamil Nadu has taken initiatives to improve maternal health services leading to reduction in maternal morality from 380 in 1993 to 90 in 2007. Various initiatives include establishment ...
Mridha, Malay - - 2009
Achieving Millennium Development Goal 5 in Bangladesh calls for an appreciation of the evolution of maternal healthcare within the national health system to date plus a projection of future needs. This paper assesses the development of maternal health services and policies by reviewing policy and strategy documents since the independence ...
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Pianezza, Michael - - 2009
We report a case of a 41-year-old man with a solitary functioning left kidney and history of chronic pelvic discomfort associated with lower urinary tract symptoms. Imaging revealed a large cystic structure in the pelvis attached to a dilated tortuous ureter on the right with congenital absence of the right ...
Madi, Rabii - - 2009
A 33-year-old woman presented with nonspecific, colicky pain of the left lower abdomen. Computed tomography (CT) revealed a 2-cm mass engulfing the mid-left ureter. Ureteroscopy and biopsy revealed normal mucosa, and CT-guided biopsy of the mass was nondiagnostic. The patient underwent laparoscopic exploration. A frozen section taken from the mass ...
Chalasani, Venu - - 2009
Successful cryotherapy of the prostate for neoplasms relies on imaging to achieve good oncological outcomes with minimal complications. Traditional prostatic cryotherapy relies on 2-dimensional ultrasonography (2DUS) guidance, which often makes it difficult to track the passage of needles in an oblique plane. We describe our initial 3-dimensional ultrasonography (3DUS) system, ...
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