Eloquent brain regions

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  • The pelvic examination begins with a visual inspection of the external geni- talia using the assistance of a good light source. Although skin cancer is rare in this region, it is often diagnosed late. Vulvar cancer can be hyperpig- mented, erythematous, or hypopigmented, and any such lesions require care- ful evaluation and often biopsy (see Chapter 17). Lichen sclerosus is a relatively common condition in which the vulvar skin may appear like parch- ment. It is more common in postmenopausal women, but occurs in all ages, and can be associated with cancer. ...

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  • To the extent that mismatch is important, closing racial and ethnic gaps in employment and earnings requires improving the access of spatially-isolated minority workers to the full set of employment opportunities within regional economies. Improving accessibility can be accomplished through some combination of community development, residential mobility, and transportation programs. 2 Among the latter set of options, a potential tool for enhancing accessibility would be to increase auto access for racial and ethnic minorities.

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  • Since biomarkers of safety and efficacy are becoming tools in drug development, it is necessary to determine whether these biomarkers can qualify for applications in clinical trials. Qualification is defined as “a conclusion that the biomarker data submitted support use of the biomarker in drug discovery, drug development or post approval studies and where appropriate, in regulatory decision making” (ICH E-16). A definition of validation was proposed during the workshop.

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  • In Hungary, the law provides for a three-tiered territorial system of development councils: at the municipality group, county and county group level. The latter were created to handle the larger decentralised development issues. While the system seemed a logical approach to development at different levels, it has been criticised for inadequate local (particularly: private sector and civil society) representation, lack of coordination among tiers, limited decentralisation of financial resources and a lack of identification of actors with the county groups, which many consider arbitrary.

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  • The usual approach of epidemiological studies is to measure the association between at least one specific pollutant (e.g. PM, NOx, CO or O3) and health outcomes. These specific components are usually highly correlated with other pollutants and are considered indicative of the complex pollutant mixture. It is unclear how much the associations reported in epidemiological studies represent the independent effects of specific pollutants.

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  • The major sources of carbon monoxide pollution are automotive exhaust and emissions from large industrial combustion sources such as electrical power plants. Because these sources produce many contaminants in addition to carbon monoxide -- such as fine particles and nitrogen oxides -- it is often difficult to isolate the health effects of ambient carbon monoxide from those of other pollutants. In addition to carbon monoxide generated outside, there are also important indoor sources of the pollutant.

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  • Most agricultural commodities are processed in some way. Some fruits and vegetables are canned, dried or frozen. Meat animals are slaughtered, cut up, and chilled. Wheat is ground, and the flour is baked into bread. Soybeans are crushed, and the oil is made into margarine and shortening; the meal is used for livestock feed or refined for high-protein flour. Cotton is spun into thread and yarn; the yarn goes into cloth, and the cloth into shirts and dresses and sheets. Byproducts of many agricultural products yield glycerin, fatty acids, enzymes, hormones, and many...

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  • From this early stage, the term ‘independent’ gained romantic connotation, signifying the brave efforts of rebels fighting against a powerful trust. Independent production in this era is often given the credit for a number of landmark developments, including the shift of the centre of gravity of the film business to California and the initiation of the star system, although both claims owe more to myth than reality.

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  • Deprivation and exclusion are one of the common phenomena in almost all-ageing societies. The elderly in the developing countries also suffer from chronic deprivation and poverty as socio-economic relations change. Studies on the livelihood pattern of the aged in Africa show that poverty among the elderly is one of the challenges in the new millennium (Williams, 2003).

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  • Related to “Tax Complexity” is the eighth-ranked small-business problem, “Frequent Changes in Federal Tax Laws and Rules.” This problem moved up seven positions, a significant jump from 15th in 2008. In the last four years, real and anticipated changes to the tax code took center stage through a number of tax changes imbedded in the new Patient Protection Affordability Care Act and the looming sunset of the Bush tax cuts and payroll tax holiday which are set to expire at the end of 2012.

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  • Securities regulators oversee Canada’s capital markets and the advisers who sell and manage securities traded in those markets. We strive to protect investors from unfair, improper and fraudulent practices while fostering a fair and efficient marketplace. You can contact your local securities regulator listed on page 20 to check the registration of an individual or firm, and to find out if they have been involved in any disciplinary actions.

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  • The financial crisis has, to put it mildly, seriously challenged our traditional approach to risk management. Consequently, a number of individuals and institutions have advanced ideas for improving not only the analytical framework, but also the status and relevance of risk management. This report, not only reacts to the most recent episode (although we indeed reference many relevant examples), it also attempts to address a deeper problem: the demonstrated inability of the global financial system to constructively mitigate and deal with financial crises.

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  • Calculating and Expressing Valuation. It can be dif- ficult for a user to accurately value their ideal resource bundles. There needs to be a simple and effective way for people to express their resource need and calculate its value. To stress this point, imagine a market inter- face that asked the user for their valuation, one ques- tion at a time, over the entire space of good combina- tions. This painful approach would require the user to think about their valuation for a whole slew of bundles, a time-consuming and sometimes difficult task.

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  • “Commute trips” include those traveling between home and work. There is a broad literature of studies concerning the valuation and treatment of time savings for commute trips, which is discussed in Forkenbrock and Weisbrod (2001) and Litman (2008). There is also a line of research (Madden, 1985 and Zax, 1991) which shows that businesses ultimately end up paying a premium to attract and maintain workers in parts of urban areas where transportation costs to employees are higher.

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  • Successful treatment requires improvement in management practices and overall sanitation. Overcrowding, mingling of affected animals with healthy and contact with contaminated tools should be avoided. It is recommended that whenever possible, affected animals should be treated and handled by only one person, who is not involved with handling unaffected animals, because herders can also serve as fomites. Topical application of acaricides present an effective, but labour intensive treatment. Vigorous brushing of affected areas with dip solutions is necessary.

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  • The core questionnaire includes 8 questions designed to test knowledge (Table 5). These vary in style and content in order to avoid undue biases that could be caused by different ways of processing information across certain types of people or cultural norms. Whilst some knowledge questions allow a person to give a completely free response others provide a list of possible answers, from which the respondent must choose their response.

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  • By submitting this Internet-Draft, each author represents that any applicable patent or other IPR claims of which he or she is aware have been or will be disclosed, and any of which he or she becomes aware will be disclosed, in accordance with Section 6 of BCP 79. Internet-Drafts are working documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), its areas, and its working groups. Note that other groups may also distribute working documents as Internet- Drafts.

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  • Typical of many agricultural sectors in the U.S. today, the poultry industry is characterized by two types of systems that result in poultry for consumption: large-scale industrial, conventional production and small-scale, alternative production. Large-scale, conventional, industrial poultry production. At the high-volume end of the continuum is the conventional, industrial poultry industry. Today, the conventional, vertically- integrated poultry industry controls and manages the production and processing of 96% of the chickens raised for meat in the U.S.

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  • The Land Resources Development Centre, one of the scientific units of the Overseas Development Administration, assists developing countries in mapping, investigating and assessing land resources, and makes recommendations on the use of these resources for the development of agriculture, livestock husbandry and forestry; it also gives advice on related subjects to overseas governments and organisations, makes scientific personnel available for appointment abroad and provides lectures and training courses in the basic techniques of resource appraisal and development.

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  • In this paper we take a critical look at Fundamental Indexing™ and come to several conclusions. First we believe FI should be considered active management rather than indexing. Moreover, the reason for its success in outperforming certain market benchmarks is, in our judgment, that it relies on two factor tilts that researchers have understood for years. It is possible to replicate FI returns with a variety of ETFs that employ similar factor tilts. FI does not produce an “alpha” when measured against a Fama-French (1993) three-factor risk model.

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