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  • Oculomotor Nerve The third cranial nerve innervates the medial, inferior, and superior recti; inferior oblique; levator palpebrae superioris; and the iris sphincter. Total palsy of the oculomotor nerve causes ptosis, a dilated pupil, and leaves the eye "down and out" because of the unopposed action of the lateral rectus and superior oblique. This combination of findings is obvious. More challenging is the diagnosis of early or partial oculomotor nerve palsy.

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  • Congenital Anomalies of the Lumbar Spine Spondylolysis is a bony defect in the pars interarticularis (a segment near the junction of the pedicle with the lamina) of the vertebra; the etiology may be a stress fracture in a congenitally abnormal segment. The defect (usually bilateral) is best visualized on oblique projections in plain x-rays, CT scan, or single photon emission CT (SPECT) bone scan and occurs in the setting of a single injury, repeated minor injuries, or growth.

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  • Netter's anatomy flash sards with over 300 multiple-choice questions presented. A perfect complement to study aid and Netter's Concise clinical anatomy 3rd edition text and the Netter/Atlas of human anatomy 6th edition.

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  • Frequency: Divide your workout into two sets of exercises: one for the chest, shoulders, and arms; one for the back, legs, and abdominals. Perform each workout twice a week. Technique:Warm up with two slow sets of eight to 10 bench-press repetitions. Use more weight on the second set, but don’t make these preliminary sets too challenging. Then start each exercise with the heaviest weight you can use for eight to 10 repetitions. Drop the weight slightly for subsequent sets if you need to. Rest: 2 minutes between sets, including the warmup sets Progress: Increase the weights each week.

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  • The structure and membrane interaction of the internal fusion peptide (IFP) fragment of the avian sarcoma and leucosis virus (ASLV) envelope glycoprotein was studied by an array of biophysical methods. The peptide was found to induce lipidmixing of vesicles more strongly than the fusion peptide derived from the N-terminal fusion peptide of influenza virus (HA2-FP). It was observed that the helical structure was enhanced in association with the model membranes, particularly in the N-terminal portion of the peptide.

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