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Apr 05, 2017

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - International

Learning Effects of the Lower Extremity Motor Coordination Test in Individuals with Stroke

Abstract: Background: The Lower Extremity Motor Coordination Test (LEMOCOT) is a simple test that requires the ability to execute movements with maximal capacity. Thus, it is possible that people would improve performance, due to...


Apr 05, 2017

Austin Psychiatry

What Should Psychiatrists Know About HPA Axis Dysfunction and Altered Cortisol Levels in Major Depression?

Abstract: An innate or acquired dysfunctional (mainly hyperactive) Hypothalamic- Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) axis and altered cortisol levels are the mainstays of the proposed hypothesis for the pathophysiology of Major Depressive Disorder...


Apr 05, 2017

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - International

The Validity of Balance Evaluation of Patients with Orthopaedic Knee Problems using Nintendo Wii®

Abstract: In recent years, the Nintendo Wii® (NW) has been widely used in the field of healthcare. There are studies in literature which have used the closed source encoded software of NW in the evaluation of balance. However...


Apr 05, 2017

Austin Journal of Biosensors & Bioelectronics

A High Resolution PDMS Based Elastography Imaging

Abstract: In this paper, a newly designed, high-resolution elasticity-imaging sensor using a total internal reflection of light is experimentally evaluated. The tactile sensor we propose is comprised of an elastic optical waveguide unit, a high...


Apr 05, 2017

Annals of Yoga and Physical Therapy

Yoga Therapy: Dawning of a New Era

Abstract: A paradigm shift has happened in how people view wellness that has given rise to the increasing popularity of integrative approaches to health and healing. In addition to acupuncture, reiki, and other...


Apr 04, 2017

Annals of Yoga and Physical Therapy

Resistance Exercise Applied to Osteoporosis in Women in the Climacteric

Abstract: Some of the benefits of resistance exercise are improved muscular strength, physical conditioning, reduced stress, social interaction, improvement of selfimage among others. This kind of exercise has been around from the earliest....


Apr 04, 2017

Austin Transplantation Sciences

Behavior of Creatinine in Renal Donors

Abstract: Introduction: Chronic Renal Disease (CKD) is a health problem in the world and demands a large amount of economic and technological resources to health systems. It is universally accepted that the best treatment for CKD is Renal....


Apr 04, 2017

Foot & Ankle: Studies

Surgical Approaches for Talar Body Fracture

Abstract: The talar body fractures are rare but a great challenge for the treatment. The frequently intra-articular fractures, vulnerable blood supply of talar body and high weight pressure make it in high risk of complications. To obtain an....


Apr 04, 2017

Journal of Immune Research

Inflammation and its Disease Consequences

Abstract: Inflammation is a self-defense event which is a result of any perturbation or interruption of body's homeostasis caused by biological, chemical, or physical agents as in infection and injury. This event leads to the initiation of inflammatory....


Apr 04, 2017

Journal of Blood Disorders

Asymmetric Dimethylarginine (Adma): A Novel Marker of Endothelial Dysfunction in Hyperthyroidism

Abstract: Disturbance of thyroid function, mainly hyperthyroidism has long been associated with cardiovascular complications. Clinical studies suggested that dysfunction of endothelial L-arginine-nitric oxide pathway is related in the....


Apr 04, 2017

Austin Leukemia

Bilateral Optic Nerve Infiltration as an Initial Site of Relapse of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Remission

Abstract: An 18 year old male patient diagnosed as Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) two years back was treated by the MCP 841 protocol. The patient attained remission and was being on the maintenance phase of the protocol. The patient....


Apr 04, 2017

Austin Leukemia

Bilateral Optic Nerve Infiltration as an Initial Site of Relapse of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Remission

Abstract: An 18 year old male patient diagnosed as Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) two years back was treated by the MCP 841 protocol. The patient attained remission and was being on the maintenance phase of the protocol. The patient....



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