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  • Positron emission tomography (PET) has been at the forefront of functional and molecular imaging for a number of years. The future of diagnostic imaging depends upon the ability to change from imaging anatomy to examining the processes at work in the body. The fact that there are now monographs examining particular aspects of PET, such as this book on the examination of children, speaks to the newly won maturity of PET. The authors are to be congratulated for the timely appearance of this volume....

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  • In my work as a veterinarian, I combine Western diagnostic and treatment methods with Eastern healing principles. When potential clients hear about my work, the first question they usually ask is: “Why should I bother to learn about a different approach to my pet’s health than the one I’m already familiar with—the one my parents grew up with?” I have heard many variations on this “why” question during early meetings with pet owners about the health of their dog, cat, bird, or other beloved animal....

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  • Although a general understanding persists that the human brain functions similarly in women and in men, an increasing body of knowledge indicates that neuronal connectivity, recruitment, and disease patterns exhibit gender differences. Imaging techniques such as positron emission computerized tomography (PET) and single photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) have highlighted some gender-based differences in human brain function.

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  • Gynecological cancers as a group comprise approximately 11% of female cancer. 1 In the United States, it is estimated that nearly 80,720 women will be diagnosed in 2009 with gynecological cancers and that approximately 28,120 women will die as a result of these cancers (accounting for 10%of all cancer-related deaths in women). Gynecological cancers are typically diagnosed by history, physical examination, and selected imaging studies.

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  • Step 1 - The Initial Line Drawing There are two things that you should carefully observe when starting your drawing of an eye: 1 - The difference in shape between the upper and lower eyelids. 2 - How the upper eyelid covers the top of the iris. (mouse over the image to view this effect.) Step 2 - The Eyeball There are two main elements to consider when drawing the glassy surface of the eye:

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  • Our subject for this exercise is this Whistling Kite. All you will need for this exercise are two tubes of paint and two brushes plus a sheet of watercolor paper and a pencil. Materials Indigo Burnt Sienna 1" flat brush #2 liner brush HB lead pencil Watch this demonstration on RealPlayer Step 1 The first step is to loosely draw the basic shapes. The idea is not to carefully .draw every detail then fill it in, but to get a rough guideline for the major shapes. Don't worry about accurate details, but concentrate on accurate proportions. (HB lead pencil) ...

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  • A few hundred years ago when farming was king, the small firm share of employment was high. This shrank as we entered the Industrial Revolution (think manufacturing and heavy industry), and it expanded as service industries increased (think cleaning services and pet care). However, over the past few decades the share of small firm employment in certain industries has been undergoing a reversal: for example, small firms’ employment share has decreased in retail trade while it has increased in manufacturing.

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  • Chapter one introduces a 3D volumetric image registration technique. The foundations of the volumetric image visualization, classification and registration are discussed in detail. Although this highly accurate registration technique is established from three phantom experiments (CT, MRI and PET/CT), it applies to all imaging modalities.

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  • Many childcare providers who care for children in their own homes have pets. Pets can be excellent companions for children. Pets can meet emotional needs of children for love and affection. Caring for pets also gives children an opportunity to learn how to treat and be responsible for others. However, some guidelines for protecting the health and safety of the children should be followed. Delaware childcare licensing allows pets if there is proof of rabies vaccination from each dog or cat 6-months or older. Animals shall be free from disease and shall be cared...

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  • Monitors originate in Asia, Africa, Australia, and Indonesia, and come in many varieties, including the world's largest and some of its smallest lizards. Here is advice on caging and care of its various kinds, including the Savanna Monitor, the White-Throated Monitor, Blue-Tailed, Ridge-Tailed, and many others. Also featured is a general introduction to this reptilian family, a checklist of monitors found around the world, a glossary, and a bibliography.

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  • Regulations are also evolving to make pest control less hazardous. As this report makes clear, good pest control cannot be achieved through the sole use of chemicals. Chapter 15 gives a detailed description of the principles and basic techniques of integrated pest mana- gement; it is the key concept that supports sustainable pest management practices and should be enshrined in national regulations that deal with pest control. This report discusses many urban pests, including such emerging ones as non-commen- sal rodents.

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  • Product Description Freshwater aquarium hobbyists will find all the information they need regarding purchasing, feeding, and maintaining this delicately-hued tropical fish. Heavily illustrated with vivid color photos and instructive line art, Barron's Complete Pet Owner's Manuals show and inform pet owners regarding proper care of dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, small caged animals-

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  • Curable noncompliance includes, but is not limited to: unauthorized pets, unauthorized guests, not keeping the dwelling sanitary, and parking in an unauthorized manner. In the case of a curable condition, your landlord must leave you a notice specifying the noncompliance and explaining that unless you take care of the noncompliance within seven days, the lease will end. However, if you commit the same noncompliance again within twelve months, your landlord may then evict you without another chance to cure. (Fla. Stat. § 83.56(2)(b))....

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  • Only the examiner is allowed to be with you during the exam. Children or pets are not allowed in the vehicle during the exam and cannot be left unattended in the facility while the driving exam is under way. If you need to bring children or pets with you, you must bring someone along to take care of them. During the driving exam, the driver and the examiner must wear safety belts, as required by law. You will automatically fail the exam if you violate any traffic law or commit any dangerous action while taking the exam. ...

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  • Corn gluten meal is a natural pre-emergent fertilizer (9.5-0.5-0.5) that reduces the germination and establishment of troublesome annual weeds. It is available as a powder or in granular form. It is 60 percent protein and approximately 10 percent nitrogen by weight. It is a by-product of the wet milling process and commonly used in pet and livestock feed. It can be used in vegetable gardens as a fertilizer and can help with weed control, but be careful. It can damage the germination of your food crops. Use it only after your vegetable seeds are up and young plant roots are...

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  • WERE YOU THE ONE IN THE FAM ILY WHO WAS AL WAYS BRING ING HOME STRAYS, FEEDING and nurs ing them back to good health? Did you play “doc tor” with your dog Ralph, putt ing splints on his imag i nary bro ken legs and ban dag ing ev ery thing from head to tail? Taking care of un healthy or in jured pets is what most vet er i nar i ans do, but there’s a lot more to this ca reer than giv ing ra bies shots and set ting bro ken bones.

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  • Young women were asked if they wanted to work for pay right now, and what they would imagine themselves doing. The jobs they identified were either in the service industry, such as working in a restaurant or store, or in the caring professions. Young women said they wanted to do things to help their community, such as being a teacherís aide, taking care of pets, babysitting or childcare, or working in the community centre. Many had good ideas of things they could do to help them get a job, such as taking a baby-sitting course, talking to family and...

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  • The work we do is performed with compassion, care, humanity and humility. All my rabbits, when I worked with them years ago, were stroked and petted every day. Their contribution changed the understanding of ectopic pregnancy – the commonest cause of maternal death worldwide. My genetically modified rodents breed happily, and their offspring are indistinguishable from those of other rats and mice. Medical researchers are compassionate people seeking to alleviate pain and suffering. They are unlikely to do anything that is unnecessary or cruel.

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