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Fulminant form of multiple sclerosis simulating brain tumor: A case with parkinsonian features and pathologic study
Maranh?o-Filho, Pa.;Moraes Filho, L.;Camara, L.S.A.;Salema, C.C.;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X1995000300024
Abstract: we describe the case of a 48 year- old man in whom the clinical features, ct and mr scans were suggestive of a brain tumor but, posteriorly, another mri study, csf examination and brain biopsy supported the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. interestingly, this patient presented parkinsonian features, probably in connection with the underlying disease.
An Overview of Human Rights, Good Governance and Development
C.C Nwufo
African Research Review , 2010,
Abstract: The human rights issues have continue to generate both interest and controversy in the world. This is because more than before the organized world community has placed considerable emphasis on human rights violation especially in developing world. This study focuses on the issue of evolution of human rights, then goes on to address the problems of human rights violations and the impact on good governance. The paper also addresses the economic and social effect of such human rights violations on national development as well as the effect of using communication to solve the problem of human rights violations and corruption.
Thermal Vibration of Magnetostrictive Material in Laminated Plates by the GDQ Method
C.C. Hong
The Open Mechanics Journal , 2007, DOI: 10.2174/1874158400701010029]
Abstract: The study of magnetostrictive material in laminated plate under thermal vibration is calculated by using the generalized differential quadrature (GDQ) method. The YNS shear deformation effect is included in the time dependent of displacement field. In the thermoelastic stress-strain relations that containing the linear temperature rise and the magnetostrictive coupling terms with velocity feedback control. We use the GDQ method to normalize and discrete the dynamic differential equations in terms of displacements and shear rotations into the form of dynamic discretized equations. Four edges of rectangular laminate with simply supported boundary conditions are considered. The time responses of thermal stresses and center displacement with and without velocity control are obtained.
Prevalence of Trypanosomiasis in Ruminants in Parts of Abia State, Nigeria
C.C. Ohaeri
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2010.2422.2426
Abstract: In a study of the prevalence of trypanosomiasis in ruminants in five regions of Abia State, Nigeria surveys were carried out at Isiukwuato, Ikwuano, Ohafia, Isiala Ngwa and Umuahia South Local Government areas. About 1361 ruminants made up of 405 cattle, 81 goats and 67 sheep were sampled monthly from April 2003-March 2004. Blood samples were examined for trypanosomes using the Giemsa stained thick and thin smear method. The results showed that the overall prevalence of trypanosomiasis in the State was 1.9%. The prevalences in the different ruminant species were 3.7% in cattle, 1.2% in goats and 1.1% in sheep. Infection was lower (p<0.05) in animals resident in the State than those from semi-nomadic and slaughter houses. The overall difference in gender and age related infection were not obvious. Among the infected animals, 11 (42.3%) and 15 (57.7%) were due to T. congolense and T. vivax, respectively. T. vivax was the leading species encountered in cattle while T. congolense was more predominant in small ruminants. The result shows that the number of animals infected is significantly (p<0.001) dependent on time of the year, location sampled (χ2 = 18.47, df = 4, p<0.001) and animal species (χ2 = 7.89, df = 2, p<0.05). This study brings to light that ruminants in the study area have low trypanosome infections and also confirms earlier observations by other researchers that goats and sheep which are exposed to a similar tsetse challenge as cattle are significantly less infected with trypanosomes than the latter.
Histological Changes in Organs of Rats Infected with Trypanosoma congolense
C.C. Ohaeri
Research Journal of Animal Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/rjnasci.2010.50.52
Abstract: Five albino rats were infected with Trypanosoma congolense and killed on post infection day 28 by ether anaesthesia. Liver and kidney were removed weighed and histologically processed. All the inoculated rats developed trypanosomiasis which was characterized by a fluctuating parasitaemia and marked changes in organs. The histological changes observed in the liver were enlarged hepatocytes that contained numerous vacuoles and dissociated hepatic cords when compared with uninfected rats that revealed normal morphology. Kidney section of infected rats showed thickening of basement membrane as compared to uninfected rats. It also showed cell infiltration by macrophages and lymphocytes around glomeruli and blood vessels. The observation of cell infiltrations in the organs suggests that trypanosome infection is associated with histopathological changes that contribute to chronic debilitation.
'n Histories-opvoedkundige rekonstruksie van die geletterdheid van die Suid-Afrikaanse bevolking : 'n eerste kartering
C.C. Wolhuter
South African Journal of Education , 2002,
Abstract: Historico-educational reconstruction of the literacy of the South African population: a first mapping. The aim in this paper was to map the outlines of the history of the literacy of the South African population, from census material and from the few existing studies, as a basis for further research on the history of literacy in South Africa. The problem of defining and measuring literacy is discussed. Areas of main emphases in international history of education research on literacy are identified, and the research apparatus available for the reconstruction of the literacy history of South Africa is surveyed. This is followed by mapping the outlines of the history of the literacy of South Africa's population. In conclusion, and in the light of the foci in international history of education research on literacy, the following recommendations are made for further research on the theme, using the identified available research apparatus. There is a need for research that will complete the picture on progress in the history of literacy of the South African population; for investigations into the causes/determinants/correlates of literacy in South Africa and for research on the relationship between literacy in South Africa and industrialisation, economic growth, modernisation, cognitive development, and the development of political consciousness. Out of these studies, guidelines for combatting the illiteracy that still exists in South Africa could then be ed. (South African Journal of Education: 2002 22(2): 125-131)
Iets over de Javaanse woorden tekwan en tekon
C.C. Berg
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1974,
Bijdragen tot de kennis der Panji-verhalen
C.C. Berg
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1954,
In memoriam Walther Aichele
C.C. Berg
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1972,
Bijdragen tot de kennis van de Panji-verhalen. II
C.C. Berg
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1954,
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