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New Proposal of Evaluation of the Thoracic Outlet  [PDF]
Bordoni Bruno, Marelli Fabiola, Morabito Bruno, Sacconi Beatrice
Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (OJTR) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojtr.2018.62003
Abstract: The present article comprehensively reviews the thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), its etiology and assessment, with reference to the usual conservative treatment and surgical therapy, highlighting new definitions and reporting obsolete tests. The syndrome affects about 8% of the population, with higher prevalence in females, and rarely affects the children. Conservative, non-surgical treatment produces good results, and it becomes important to know which specific areas need to be treated. Currently, there is no rehabilitation scheme, either osteopathic or chiropractic, considered as a valid tool for a precise localization of the pathologic condition, probably due to the lack of a manual assessment process to evaluate bones and muscular components of the thoracic outlet. In this situation, the manual treatment performed is usually generic. The present article proposes a manual evaluation that can be used to identify the anatomical area which needs to be treated. This hypothesis of assessment should be carried out after the clinician has ruled out the necessity of surgery with instrumental examinations.
Studies of Oxide Layers Grown at 260°C on A106 B Carbon Steel in Aqueous Medium with Ethanolamine or Morpholine  [PDF]
Ana Maria Olmedo, Roberto Bordoni
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2015.69080
Abstract: The water chemistry of the secondary coolant in the majority of Nuclear Power Plants is controlled by AVT (All Volatile Treatment), wherein volatile amines are used to maintain the alkaline pH required for minimizing the corrosion of structural materials which one of them is Carbon Steel. In this treatment, ammonia, morpholine and ethanolamine are commonly used as conditioning reagents. In this context, experiments were carried out by exposing carbon steel A106 B samples in a simulated secondary coolant in order to study the nature of the oxide films. The tests were performed in a static autoclave at 260°C using two media: I) hydrazine + morpholine and II) hydrazine + ethanolamine during different exposure periods up to 1020 h. The oxide film characterization was mainly studied using Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray diffraction. A chemical descaling procedure was used to obtain the material weight loss (W) of samples, the adherent and released oxide. The XRD analyses, for all exposures studied, showed that magnetite was the corrosion product formed in the films grown in both media. The material weight loss, after descaling, could be fitted by a law of the type W = ktn, up to 1020 h of exposure tested, resulting in n = 0.42, k = 6.24 for films grown in medium I) and n = 0.39, k = 6.08 for films grown in medium II) respectively (W is in mg/dm2 and t in h). The higher corrosion product release measured in the medium with morpholine could be important in power plant operation.
Staphylinides recoltes dans des grottes de Sardigne par Giuseppe Grafitti du "Gruppo Speleologico Sassarese" (Coleoptera)
Arnaldo Bordoni
Travaux de l'Institut de Speologie Emile Racovitza , 2007,
Abstract: A list of Staphylinidae collected in caves in Sardinia by Giuseppe Grafitti of the "Grupo Speleologico Sassarese", following by short sampling notes are presented
Cranial nerves XIII and XIV: nerves in the shadows
Bordoni B, Zanier E
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare , 2013, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S39132
Abstract: anial nerves XIII and XIV: nerves in the shadows Original Research (1224) Total Article Views Authors: Bordoni B, Zanier E Published Date March 2013 Volume 2013:6 Pages 87 - 91 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S39132 Received: 13 October 2012 Accepted: 05 January 2013 Published: 13 March 2013 Bruno Bordoni,1 Emiliano Zanier2 1Don Carlo Gnocchi IRCCS, Department of Cardiology, Milan, 2Xamar Institute, Rosà, Vicenza, Italy Abstract: It has been known for over a century that these cranial nerves exist, and that they are not typographical errors nor a sensational event reported in the medical literature. A number of scientific articles on anatomy highlight how textbooks on descriptive anatomy do not always consider variables such as differences related to the geographical areas where people live, and these differences do exist. This is an important concept not only for surgeons, but also for all medical professionals who use manual techniques when treating their patients, ie, osteopaths, chiropractors, physiotherapists, and other manual therapists. This paper highlights the latest developments regarding these cranial nerves, offering at the same time some ideas for further reflection when looking at clinical scenarios that appear to bear little relationship to each other. Inclusion of these concepts in everyday anamnesis is encouraged.
Cranial nerves XIII and XIV: nerves in the shadows
Bordoni B,Zanier E
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare , 2013,
Abstract: Bruno Bordoni,1 Emiliano Zanier21Don Carlo Gnocchi IRCCS, Department of Cardiology, Milan, 2Xamar Institute, Rosà, Vicenza, ItalyAbstract: It has been known for over a century that these cranial nerves exist, and that they are not typographical errors nor a sensational event reported in the medical literature. A number of scientific articles on anatomy highlight how textbooks on descriptive anatomy do not always consider variables such as differences related to the geographical areas where people live, and these differences do exist. This is an important concept not only for surgeons, but also for all medical professionals who use manual techniques when treating their patients, ie, osteopaths, chiropractors, physiotherapists, and other manual therapists. This paper highlights the latest developments regarding these cranial nerves, offering at the same time some ideas for further reflection when looking at clinical scenarios that appear to bear little relationship to each other. Inclusion of these concepts in everyday anamnesis is encouraged.Keywords: cranial nerve, facial nerve, trigeminal system, Tolosa-Hunt syndrome
An optimized algebraic basis for molecular potentials
Andrea Bordoni,Nicola Manini
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: The computation of vibrational spectra of diatomic molecules through the exact diagonalization of algebraically determined matrixes based on powers of Morse coordinates is made substantially more efficient by choosing a properly adapted quantum-mechanical basis, specifically tuned to the molecular potential. A substantial improvement is achieved while still retaining the full advantage of the simplicity and numerical light-weightedness of an algebraic approach. In the scheme we propose, the basis is parameterized by two quantities which can be adjusted to best suit the molecular potential through a simple minimization procedure.
Systematic calculation of molecular vibrational spectra through a complete Morse expansion
Andrea Bordoni,Nicola Manini
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1002/qua.21189
Abstract: We propose an accurate and efficient method to compute vibrational spectra of molecules, based on exact diagonalization of an algebraically calculated matrix based on powers of Morse coordinate. The present work focuses on the 1D potential of diatomic molecules: as typical examples, we apply this method to the standard Lennard-Jones oscillator, and to the ab initio potential of the H2 molecule. Global cm-1 accuracy is exhibited through the H2 spectrum, obtained through the diagonalization of a 30 x 30 matrix. This theory is at the root of a new method to obtain globally accurate vibrational spectral data in the context of the multi-dimensional potential of polyatomic molecules, at an affordable computational cost.
Thermal Effects in Photoemission and Electron-Phonon Couplings of Fullerene
Andrea Bordoni,Nicola Manini
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: We show that thermal effects play a relevant role in the determination of the electron-phonon couplings based on the intensity of the phonon-shakeup peaks in photoemission spectra. In particular, we re-consider the determination of the electron-phonon couplings of fullerene based on a fit of the photoemission spectrum of C60- in gas phase [Gunnarsson PRB 1995]. We show that taking thermal effects into account reduces the obtained couplings by approximately 10%.
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P. Bordoni,P. Burrato,G. Valensise
Annals of Geophysics , 2001, DOI: 10.4401/ag-3561
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Impact of High Pressure Homogenization (HPH) Treatment on the Nutritional Quality of Egg/Yogurt, Vegetable and Fruit Based Creams  [PDF]
Mattia Di Nunzio, Lucia Vannini, Nadia Tossani, Francesca Patrignani, Rosalba Lanciotti, Alessandra Bordoni
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.51004
Abstract:

The food industry has made large investments in processing facilities relying mostly on conventional thermal processing technologies with well-established reliability and efficacy. These techniques have important disadvantages such as off flavors, destruction of nutrients, and other losses of product quality. Non thermal processing is a key factor for preserving or improving the nutritional value of food, and high pressure homogenization (HPH) processing is now a celebrated option experiencing worldwide commercial growth. Notwithstanding, little is known on the impact of HPH treatments on the nutritional value of food. In this study we have evaluated the possible modification induced by HPH treatment in egg-yogurt, mixed vegetable, and mixed fruit creams. Our results evidence that HPH does not affect the nutritional quality of lipids and does not cause lipolysis, lipid peroxidation and vitamin E loss. In plant food products, HPH preserved or improved the nutritional quality, suggesting its use as valid alternative to thermal pasteurization for obtaining high quality products with preserved nutritional characteristics. Although further investigations are needed, especially at extreme pressure and temperature combinations, our results open new perspectives for the production of ambient stable products with good nutritional value, and contribute to process optimization.

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