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Primary Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor of the Breast—A Case Report  [PDF]
Mushtaq Chalkoo, Shahnawaz Ahangar, Asim Rafiq Laharwal, Aasim Mushtaq Patloo, Abbass Mohd, Shabir Ahmed Dar
Surgical Science (SS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2011.23028
Abstract: Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor is a rare soft tissue sarcoma. Breast is an extremely rare location of this lesion and presentation as a breast lump in the absence of pain or previous benign neural tumor is even rarer. We report such a lesion in a 60 year-old female who presented with hard and painless breast lump for 2 years. Histopathology revealed a malignant spindle cell tumor of low grade potential. It was subsequently confirmed to be malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor (MPNST) on the basis of immunopositivity for vimentin, neurone specific enolase and S-100.
The Effect of Swimming in Reduction of Depression in University Male Students
Abbass Yavari
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Swimming can increase the compatibility of depressed patients and reduce their disease symptoms. To assess the effect of swimming as a therapeutic management on depressed Male university students. Among 300 participants from Tabriz medical university 74 student were chosen by using the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), whose scores was higher than 19 and were divided randomly into two groups (control groups = 37 and trial group = 37) then therapeutic method of swimming was used in trial group for 12-15 sessions. At the end of the course 2 groups were again evaluated by the device (BDI). Findings showed that swimming as a therapeutic management has been meaningfully caused the reduction of severity of depression in trial group (p<0/001). and in control group that haven`t received this treatment method, found no statistically reduction in test scores (p>5%). This research suggest that swimming sport could reduce depression symptoms and therefore can be used lonely or with other clinical management to reduce of depression severity.
The Effect of Swimming in Reduction of Depression in University Male Students
Abbass Yavari
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Swimming can increase the compatibility of depressed patients and reduce their disease symptoms. To assess the effect of swimming as a therapeutic management on depressed Male university students. Among 300 participants from Tabriz medical university 74 student were chosen by using the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), whose scores was higher than 19 and were divided randomly into two groups (control groups = 37 and trial group = 37) then therapeutic method of swimming was used in trial group for 12-15 sessions. At the end of the course 2 groups were again evaluated by the device (BDI). Findings showed that swimming as a therapeutic management has been meaningfully caused the reduction of severity of depression in trial group (p<0/001). and in control group that haven`t received this treatment method, found no statistically reduction in test scores (p>5%). This research suggest that swimming sport could reduce depression symptoms and therefore can be used lonely or with other clinical management to reduce of depression severity.
A Comparison of Social Problem Solving in Patients with OCD, PTSD, PD and Non-Patient Controls: To Control of the Intolerance of Uncertainty
Abbass Abolghasemi,Mohammad Narimani
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: This study tested the hypothesis that patients with of OCD, PTSD and PD would score higher than non-patient group on scales of negative problem orientation, impulsivity/carelessness style and avoidance style and score lower than non-patients on scales of positive problem orientation style and rational problem solving style of the SPSI-R. The Social Problem Solving Inventory of Revised and Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale were administered to patients who met DSM-IV criteria for patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (n = 43), patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (n = 41) and patients with panic disorder (39) and 79 non-patients. A one way Multivariate Analysis of Covariance (MANCOVA) with group (OCD, PTSD, PD and non-patient), the 5 SPSI-R scale, was performed, revealed a significant main effect for group (p<0.001).One follow-up univariate analysis of covariance, controlling for intolerance of uncertainty was conducted for each SPSI-R scale. The results showed that patients with of OCD, PTSD and PD would score higher than non-patient group on scales of negative problem orientation, impulsivity/carelessness style and avoidance style and score lower than non-patients on scales of positive problem orientation style and rational problem solving. These findings suggest that social problem solving may be a core feature of anxiety disorders.
The State and Rural Zaria from Affluence to Poverty: Historical Bank
Isah M. Abbass
International Journal of Economic Development Research and Investment , 2010,
Abstract: Given the abundant human and natural resources located at rural areas, it is expected that rural dwellers will be awashed with continuous affluence. On the contrary, rural areas are deprived of the benefits of resources located within the area. Rural areas have continued to be subjected to all forms of deprivation and thus live in abject and excruciating poverty at the expense of the urban areas. This work attempted to examine the increasing or widening gulf of inequality and trace, over time, how the state has continued to roll out policies and strategies that have deprived rural areas of the basic needs of life at the expense of urban growth and consolidation. Thus, within the framework of the emergence and consolidation of the State of Zazzau, rural Zaria and its economy became subsumed into the survival operations of the city. This was facilitated through intense extraction of surplus and other forms of appropriations along with economic and political subordination leading to the further urban-rural gap. Lack of access to politically participate in and exert influence on decision making, quality education, health care services and other forms of deprivations that subjected rural communities of Zaria to intense poverty provoke them, more than anything else, to politically unite against their city counterparts and overlords. The point of departure of the study suggests that for prosperity to override on poverty, rural folks must be strategically strengthened, organized and turned out be politically proactive with enhanced services.
Functions of Fate Schema: The Case of Persian and English
Salva Shirinbakhsh,Abbass Eslamirasekh
Cross-Cultural Communication , 2011, DOI: 10.3968/1609
Abstract: With an aim to contribute to the present knowledge of intercultural communications, this study explores the cultural schemas of ghesmat and fate in Persian and English societies. Particularly, it tries to demonstrate how comparable these two cultural schemas are across the speakers of the two speech communities. Data were collected by triangulation, through ethnographic observations, movies, and websites. The collected data were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. To perform a quantitative analysis the frequency of the schema of fate and ghesmat in different situations in English and Persian was calculated. Furthermore, to find out the underlying themes of the schemas activation a qualitative content analysis and Wierzbicka’s semantic analysis were employed. The findings further improve the cultural knowledge involved in intercultural communications and discuss the sociocultural roles of ghesmat and fate cultural schemas in the speech communities. Key words: Schema; Cultural Schema; Ghesmat; Fate; Cultural Keywords; Intercultural Communication Resumé: Dans le but de contribuer à la connaissance actuelle des communications interculturelles, cette étude explore les schémas culturels de ghesmat et le destin dans les sociétés persane et anglaise. En particulier, il essaie de montrer à quel point ces deux schémas culturels sont comparables à travers les locuteurs de ces deux communautés linguistiques. Les données ont été recueillies par une triangulation, c'est-à-dire à travers des observations ethnographiques, des films et des sites web. Les données recueillies ont été analysées qualitativement et quantitativement. Pour effectuer une analyse quantitative, la fréquence du schéma du destin et de ghesmat dans de différentes situations en anglais et en persan a été calculée. D'ailleurs, afin de trouver des thèmes sous-jacents de l'activation des schémas, une analyse qualitative de contenu et l'analyse sémantique de Wierzbicka ont été employées. Les résultats améliorent davantage les connaissances culturelles impliquées dans les communications interculturelles et discutent des r les socioculturels de ghesmat et des schémas de destin culturels dans les communautés de la parole. Mots-clés: Schéma; Schéma Culturel; Ghesmat; Destin; Mots-Clés Culturels; Communication Interculturelle
A Comparison of Social Problem Solving in Patients with OCD, PTSD, PD and Non-Patient Controls: To Control of the Intolerance of Uncertainty
Abbass Abolghasemi,Mohammad Narimani
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: This study tested the hypothesis that patients with of OCD, PTSD and PD would score higher than non-patient group on scales of negative problem orientation, impulsivity/carelessness style and avoidance style and score lower than non-patients on scales of positive problem orientation style and rational problem solving style of the SPSI-R. The Social Problem Solving Inventory of Revised and Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale were administered to patients who met DSM-IV criteria for patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (n = 43), patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (n = 41) and patients with panic disorder (39) and 79 non-patients. A one way Multivariate Analysis of Covariance (MANCOVA) with group (OCD, PTSD, PD and non-patient), the 5 SPSI-R scale, was performed, revealed a significant main effect for group (p<0.001).One follow-up univariate analysis of covariance, controlling for intolerance of uncertainty was conducted for each SPSI-R scale. The results showed that patients with of OCD, PTSD and PD would score higher than non-patient group on scales of negative problem orientation, impulsivity/carelessness style and avoidance style and score lower than non-patients on scales of positive problem orientation style and rational problem solving. These findings suggest that social problem solving may be a core feature of anxiety disorders.
Code-switching in Iranian Elementary EFL Classrooms: An Exploratory Investigation
Ehsan Rezvani,Abbass Rasekh
English Language Teaching , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/elt.v4n1p18
Abstract: This paper presents the results of a small-scale exploratory investigation of code-switching (CS) between English and Farsi by 4 Iranian English foreign language (EFL) teachers in elementary level EFL classrooms in a language school in Isfahan, Iran. Specifically, the present study aimed at exploring the syntactical identification of switches and the functions that the switches served. The data consist of field notes and scripts of audio-recordings of the teachers’ talk collected during classroom observations. The findings suggest that CS is a frequently applied strategy and a valuable resource for bilingual teachers in foreign language classrooms, and its judicious and skillful use can boost the quality of teaching. Moreover, it was found that EFL teachers in this study tended to use the learners’ L1 (i.e., Farsi) to serve a number of pedagogic and social functions, which contributed to better teacher-student classroom interaction. Implications may be drawn for language teacher education programs and for further research on systematic investigation into actual classroom practices.
Consistent Anomalies in Translation-Invariant Noncommutative Gauge Theories
Amir Abbass Varshovi
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1063/1.4704797
Abstract: Translation-invariant noncommutative gauge theories are discussed in the setting of matrix modeled gauge theories. Using the matrix model formulation the explicit form of consistent anomalies and consistent Schwinger terms for translation-invariant noncommutative gauge theories are derived.
Axial Symmetry, Anti-BRST Invariance and Modified Anomalies
Amir Abbass Varshovi
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: It is shown that anti-BRST symmetry is the quantized counterpart of local axial symmetry in gauge theories. An extended form of descent equations is worked out which yields a set of modified consistent anomalies.
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