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Emily L. Perreault, Francesca Arese Lucini, Sunny Kim
Abstract: A Vietnam combat veteran with a positive history of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was successfully treated with ultrasound guided stellate ganglion block and hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Cognitive EEG testing was done prior to the intervention and then again at three months showing improvement in cognitive functioning. The [...] Read more.
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Felix F. Flemisch
Abstract: We first give a quite profound overview of the structure of arbitrary simple groups and in particular of the simple locally finite groups and reduce their Sylow theory for the prime p to a famous conjecture of Prof. Otto H. Kegel ( see [16], Theorem 2.4: “ Let P be a p-uniqueness subgroup of the finite simple group S which [...] Read more.
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Longfei Li
Abstract: The anchorage design with baseplates according to EN 1992-4 [1] and ACI 318 [2] postulates that the baseplates need to be sufficiently rigid, because the linear distribution of anchor forces is required for calculating the concrete failure resistance of anchor groups.
With the precondition that the baseplate is suffici [...] Read more.
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Xiaojun Zhang, Long Wei, Yijiang Hao
Abstract: With the help of the definitions of three negative quantifiers of Aristotelian quantifiers (i.e. all, no, some and not all), the symmetry of no and some, and some basic inference rules in propositional logic, one can deduce the remaining 23 valid syllogisms only from the syllogism OAO-3. In other words, there is reducible r [...] Read more.
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Abstract: This work is inspired by our recent work of giving a counterexample to the classical complex analysis (SCIREA Journal of Math. (6)4(2019), pp. 189-193). [...] Read more.
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Zhulikov Ya., Kovalenko E., Bokhian V., Evdokimova E., Khoroshilov M., Gabrava M., Kolobanova E., Artamonova E.
Abstract: The combination of platinum-based chemotherapy with mitotane (m) is the standard first-line therapy for metastatic adrenocortical cancer (ACC) with long-term disease control in approximately 25% of patients. Considering the lack of effective regimens for second and subsequent lines of therapy, it seems relevant to evaluate [...] Read more.
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Akram Tovbaev, Muxtar Ibadulaev, Zokir Safarov
Abstract: This article considers the mode of excitation of sub harmonic oscillations of the third order in a three-phase circuit consisting of active, capacitive and inductive elements having a common magnetic bond, which are analogous to the power line "line - unloaded transformer". Equations of motion are derived from the method of [...] Read more.
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Tsai-Feng Cheng, Lung-An Shen, Ping-Yun Chen, Yie-jen Wu
Abstract: This study sought to investigate the current situation of the consistency of self- and other-evaluation in elementary school principals’ leadership effectiveness and the difference between different consistencies in attitudes toward evaluation feedback and behavior change intention; to discuss the relationship between eleme [...] Read more.
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Jon K. Amundson
Abstract: Though grief and loss have been normalized in mental health discourse, a particular class ofbereavement remains as diagnosis- Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder. Discussion of thismore complex and enduring condition is undertaken in what follows. The dynamics of grief andloss are discussed through this diagnostic categ [...] Read more.
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