One child died of toxicity fungal pneumonia. By integrating multiple platforms, we attempt to compensate for intrinsic limitations of each to identify genes associated with outcomes and biological characteristics but would otherwise be overlooked by using brain sex differences hemispheric specialization and apraxia in Newcastle-Maitland single approach.
Because of the unsure effect of surgery on amelioration of the epilepsy treatment, a wait and see policy was chosen. Lindsey, Meryl E.
In summary, these results provide evidence for a possible role of telomerase in the pathogenesis of most PNET and indicate that subsets of PNET maintain telomere length by alternative mechanisms. Luk, 4 C. This trial is the largest investigation ever undertaken of the genetic bases, treatment alternatives, and clinical outcomes for ependymoma.
This shows that the right hemisphere is able to have knowledge that cannot be verbally expressed without the help of the left hemisphere. However, neuroimaging studies have shown that HS variability for language, up to rightward dominance, exists in healthy individuals and is partly explained by both behavioral handedness and anatomical i.
Review Hemispheric specialization for language. The precise timing and neural basis of this shift are still unknown, but it has been nevertheless shown that the connectivity is not yet in place at the age of seven and that it parallels an increase in leftward asymmetry during language tasks.
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The thymidine analogue iododeoxyuridine IUdR is incorporated into the cellular DNA of cells in mitotic S-phase, conferring on it specificity for proliferating tumor cells within the intrathecal space. Primary brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer deaths in children.
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