Senile Macular Degeneration January 1980 Through October 1984

Br J Ophthalmol 1983 Aug ; 67 ( 8 ) : 508-11 ADOLESCENCE / ADULT / CASE
REPORT / * COLOR PERCEPTION / DIAGNOSIS , DIFFERENTIAL / FEMALE /
HUMAN / MACULAR DEGENERATION , diagnosis / * MACULAR
DEGENERATION ...

Author: Estelle J. Abrams

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ISBN: MINN:31951002923403L

Category: Retinal degeneration

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Degeneration

Author: Sir Edwin Ray Lankester

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ISBN: UOM:39015020215425

Category: Degeneration

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Acute Fatty Degeneration of New born

But fever has not been noticed after birth , in the cases of infants dying from acute
fatty degeneration . To us , the facts in regard to the multiple fatty degenerations
all point , not in the direction of inflammation , but of direct arrest of nutrition , by ...

Author: Mary Putnam Jacobi

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ISBN: PRNC:32101068137817

Category: Newborn infants

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Age related Macular Degeneration

his pamphlet is PURDUE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES designed to help people with
agerelated macular degeneration and their families and friends better
understand the disease . It describes the causes , symptoms , diagnosis , and
treatment of ...

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ISBN: PURD:32754071071488

Category: Eye

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Degeneration

modeir fatigue smage . that degeneration and hysteria are the products of the
present age . The attentive and candid reader will bear witness that I have never
circulated such an absurdity . Hysteria and degeneration have always existed ;
but ...

Author: Max Simon Nordau

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924014588317

Category: Comparative literature

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Corticobasal Degeneration and Related Disorders

Natural history and survival of 14 corticobasal degeneration patients confirmed at
autopsy . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1998 ; 64 : 184-189 . 7. Lippa CF ,
Cohen R , Smith TW , Drachman DA . Primary progressive aphasia with focal ...

Author: Irene Litvan

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ISBN: UOM:39015049660981

Category: Medical

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This work focuses on corticobasal degeneration (CBD), and offers assistance in diagnosing this disease. The book reviews knowledge of the pathology of CBD and examines its clinical manifestations, including apraxia, Parkinsonism, dystonia, myoclonus, alien limb syndrome, aphasia, eye movement disorders, and dementia. Noted experts define criteria for diagnosing CBD and differentiating CBD from other movement disorders or demential disorders, including Parkinson's disease, progressive supranuclear palsy, Alzheimer's disease, and Pick's disease. Consideration is given to diagnostic controversies, such as the relationship of CBD to Pick's disease. A chapter on therapy is also included.
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A Text book of physiology v 3 1890

ascending degeneration with the exception of certain fibres which do not
degenerate at all , and of which we shall speak later on . When the spinal cord is
cut across , for instance in the dorsal region , all the fibres of the white matter do
not ...

Author: Sir Michael Foster

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A Text book of physiology v 3 1892

ascending degeneration with the exception of certain fibres which do not
degenerate at all , and of which we shall speak later on . When the spinal cord is
cut across , for instance in the dorsal region , all the fibres of the white matter do
not ...

Author: Sir Michael Foster

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Faces of Degeneration

Exploring the historical contexts in France, Italy, and England within which the idea was developed, this text traces the political issues to which the concept of degeneration gave rise during the period from the revolutions of 1848 to the ...

Author: Daniel Pick

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052145753X

Category: History

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Exploring the historical contexts in France, Italy, and England within which the idea was developed, this text traces the political issues to which the concept of degeneration gave rise during the period from the revolutions of 1848 to the First World War and beyond.
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A System of Medicine Diseases of the heart

The exciting causes of fatty degeneration of the heart comprehend all those
conditions which can interfere directly with the nutrition of its fibres . They are very
diverse in character , but fall naturally into the two groups - general and local .

Author: Sir John Russell Reynolds

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ISBN: IOWA:31858044781668

Category: Medical literature

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Degeneration Regeneration of the Nervous System

SECOND PART DEGENERATION AND REGENERATION OF THE SPINAL
CORD AND NERVE ROOTS TAGE 484 517 I. DEGENERATION AND
REGENERATION OF THE WHITE MATTER Technical indications . Summary of
the normal ...

Author: Santiago Ramón y Cajal

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ISBN: UCAL:$B791048

Category: Nervous system

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Volk Nation Degeneration

Recent studies of degeneration have acknowledged its all - pervasive presence
within various nineteenth and early twentieth - century fields of knowledge
production . In addition to previously cited direct references to Nordau and
Lombroso in ...

Author: Leigh Ann Clemons

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00647186A

Category: Aesthetics, Modern

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Genius and Degeneration

If , then , we are to hold fast to the term degeneration , or Entartung , this must be
understood to embrace all cases of defective development of the psychical organ
. Degenerates are mental monstrosities ; degeneration kat ' époxýv is idiocy .

Author: William Hirsch

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ISBN: NYPL:33433070251818

Category: Degeneration

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Muscle Nerve and Brain Degeneration

ENDOCYTOSIS AS INDUCER OF DEGENERATIVE CHANGES IN SKELETAL
MUSCLE Stephen Thesleff , Rolf Libelius and Ingmar Lundquist Department of
Pharmacology , University of Lund , Lund , Sweden ABSTRACT Degenerative ...

Author: Foundation for Life Sciences (Australia)

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ISBN: UOM:39015000832355

Category: Brain

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Brain

Marked degeneration of Goll ' s columns , which was however , a little less
intense near to ( within one c . m . of ) the posterior commissure . Just exterior to
Goll ' s columns was a tract of much less intense degeneration , broadest at the ...

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ISBN: PRNC:32101074861921

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Aimed at researchers and clinicians, this journal of neurology balances studies in neurological science with practical clinical articles.
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Professional Degeneration and Political Decay

Professional degeneration refers to the reproduction of structural disparities in
the professional workplace . Such disparities could take the forms of a
heterogeneous staff , a fractured foundation of authority , a bifurcation of income ,
an ill ...

Author: Eddy U

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ISBN: UCAL:C3448286

Category: China

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This dissertation contributes to intellectual debates within the study of professions, the decline of state socialism, and the origins of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. It documents the organizational strategies the Chinese Communist Party used to mobilize professional expertise after the 1949 Revolution and the consequences of their implementation on state and society. Using historical evidence, contemporary interviews, and a theoretical framework based on Antonio Gramsci's idea of hegemony and Emile Durkheim's work on occupational solidarity, this dissertation analyzes the situation of secondary school teachers in Shanghai from 1949 through 1968. It concludes that post-revolution changes in the professional workplace, specifically in staff composition, division of labor, compensation schedules, and disciplinary practices, engendered a multitude of workplace conflicts and a heightened sense of political resentment among professional workers. Like other Marxist-Leninist regimes pursuing socialist modernization in an underdeveloped economy, the Chinese Communists neither trusted nor removed the professional workers they inherited inside or outside the state after taking power. They used a combination of naked coercion and special privileges to expand, exploit, and control the professional workforce. My evidence suggests that this approach to building professions, which was first deployed by Lenin and the Bolsheviks after the 1917 Revolution, contributed in the long run to the destabilization of the Chinese Communist state during the Cultural Revolution. As a consequence of state policies and actions, disgruntled professional workers attacked their colleagues and Communist officials as the mass movement unfolded. Contrary to existing research on the Cultural Revolution, in which professional workers are invisible or portrayed as victims, this dissertation demonstrates that they actively participated in the mass movement, including making violence. It demonstrates that aside from well-documented contradictions in the process of socialist production, another important reason why state socialism waned was the failure of Marxist-Leninist regimes to create a supportive professional workforce to help them organize citizen consent. Finally, it demonstrates that the structural and cultural constitution of professional groups has real political impacts on the strength and stability of political rule. It thus expands the reach of the sociology of professions into the terrain of political sociology.
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Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

In the remaining four cases the re - crossed degeneration was of less intensity
than that of the opposite side . According to Pitres , the re - crossed degeneration
stretches throughout the cord , reaching the surface of the cord in the lumbar ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HXNWSH

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July 1918-1943 include reports of various neurological and psychiatric societies.
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A System of Medicine Local diseases

Other symptoms of fatty degeneration are of less significance , except perhaps
slowness of pulse , which is , however , rare ; the special forms of dyspncea are
also too rare , and they are also too equivocal , to be of much value . Some
weight ...

Author: Sir John Russell Reynolds

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ISBN: HARVARD:HC32DG

Category: Medicine

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