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Effects of acute and chronic cooling on cardiorespiratory depression in rodents
(PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY JAPAN, 2007)
The cardiovascular and ventilatory responses of the Wistar rat (a nonhibernator) and the Syrian hamster (a hibernator) to acute and chronic cold exposure were investigated. The acute lowering of core temperature (T-c = 22 ...
A new species of Physoptychis (Brassicaceae) from central Anatolia, Turkey
(BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, 2007)
A new species of Physoptychis Boiss., Physoptychis purpurascens Celik & Akpulat, is described from Turkey. The diagnostic characters and description of the species are given. The new species is restricted to inner Anatolia, ...
Coexistence of pulmonary artery aneurysm and nasal septal perforation
(AVES YAYINCILIK, IBRAHIM KARA, 2007)
A 45-year-old male patient presented with a-one week history of pleuritic chest pain, cough, and breathlessness. He had a diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for eight years. His initial chest radiograph ...
A safe and effective method for treatment of chronic subdural haematoma
(CANADIAN J NEUROL SCI INC, 2007)
Objective: Burr-hole irrigation and burr-hole drainage without irrigation are the most popular methods for treatment of chronic subdural haematoma. It is not well known if irrigation is necessary or which method has a ...
Seasonal changes in epipelic diatom and ionic composition of a karstic lake, Todurge, in central Anatolia, Turkey
(Asian Network for Scientific Information, 2007)
The seasonal variations of epipelic diatoms and ionic composition in Tödürge Lake, the largest karstic lake of Anatolia, were investigated from October 2000 to October 2001. A total of 92 taxa belonging to 29 genera were ...
Comparison of nasal volume changes during rapid maxillary expansion using acoustic rhinometry and computed tomography
(OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2007)
The purpose of this study was to compare nasal volume changes using acoustic rhinometry (AR) and computed tomography (CT). The subjects were 10 children (6 girls and 4 boys, with an age range of 12-14 years) who required ...