+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Detailed anatomy of the rotator cuff

, : Detailed anatomy of the rotator cuff. Feuillets de Radiologie 30(3): 182-183


Other references

Artero Muñoz, I.; Serrano Puche, F.; Padín Marín, M.I.; Serrano Ramos, F., 2008: Congenital unilateral pulmonary vein atresia: imaging findings. Congenital unilateral pulmonary vein atresia is a very rare anomaly that generally presents during childhood or adolescence as recurrent episodes of pulmonary infections or hemoptysis. Its presentation in adults is highly exceptional. We describe...

Haywood, G.; Large, P., 1984: The occurrence, subcellular localization and partial purification of diamine acetyltransferase in the yeast Candida boidinii grown on spermidine or putrescine as sole nitrogen source. European journal of biochemistry 148(2): 277-283

Harris, S.P.; Heller, W.T.; Greaser, M.L.; Moss, R.L.; Trewhella, J., 2002: Solution structure of heavy meromyosin by small-angle scattering. Elucidation of x-ray crystal structures for the S1 subfragment of myosin afforded atomic resolution of the nucleotide and actin binding sites of the enzyme. The structures have led to more detailed hypotheses regarding the mechanisms by which forc...

Liston, M.F., 1965: Review Of Psychiatric Progress 1964. Psychiatric Nursing. American Journal of Psychiatry 121: 699-701

Bock, C.E., 1970: The ecology and behaviour of the Lewis woodpecker (Asyndesmus Lewis). Univ. Calif. Publs Zool.: 92: 1-100,12 pis

Stolz, D.; Boersma, W.; Blasi, F.; Louis, R.; Milenkovic, B.; Kostikas, K.; Aerts, J.G.; Rohde, G.; Lacoma, A.; Rakic, J.; Boeck, L.; Castellotti, P.; Scherr, A.; Marin, A.; Hertel, S.; Giersdorf, S.; Torres, A.; Welte, T.; Tamm, M., 2014: Exertional hypoxemia in stable COPD is common and predicted by circulating proadrenomedullin. The prevalence of exertional hypoxemia in unselected patients with COPD is unknown. Intermittent hypoxia leads to adrenomedullin (ADM) upregulation through the hypoxia-inducible factor-1 pathway. We aimed to assess the prevalence and the annual pr...

Spaargaren, Dirk H., 1999: Maximal densities in shrimp, Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798, cultures. From physiological characteristics of a cultured species, the desired harvest weight, and the net oxygen supply to the culture system, the maximal densities at which the species can be cultured can be derived with reasonable accuracy. From this it...

LeTourneau, D.L.; Allen, N.E., 1997: Use of capillary electrophoresis to measure dimerization of glycopeptide antibiotics. Capillary electrophoretic methods were used to examine dimerization and estimate dimerization constants (Kdim) for the glycopeptide antibiotics vancomycin, ristocetin A, and LY264826 (A82846B). The Kdim for LY264826 was 60- and 200-fold higher tha...

Tomlinson, D.R.; Coker, R.J.; McCarthy, M.; Crofton, M., 1990: Imaging the testis and scrotal structures. Clinical Radiology 42(3): 217-217

Chang J L.; Ganea D.; Dray S.; Teodorescu M., 1981: An alpha 2 macro globulin associated factor produced t lymphocytes which provides poly clonal stimulation of b lymphocytes to maintain the turnover of their surface immuno globulin. The supernatant of crowded but not spread rabbit spleen cell cultures contains a macroglobulin factor which behaves in an Ig-turnover assay as any T-independent antigen or polyclonal B-cell activator (PBA). In the supernatants of crowded rabbit ly...