Right Hand or Left Hand?

Oct 29, 2016 by in NEUROSURGERY Comments Off on Right Hand or Left Hand?

(1) Hand Surgery Department of Clinical Sciences, Malmö Lund University Skäne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden   Abstract Though the aetiology of left- and right-handedness is not well understood, it is…

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Hand Transplantation

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(1) Hand Surgery Department of Clinical Sciences, Malmö Lund University Skäne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden   Abstract Hand transplantation is a controversial surgical procedure that can result in useful hand…

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Fins, Fossils and Fingers

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(1) Hand Surgery Department of Clinical Sciences, Malmö Lund University Skäne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden   Abstract Three hundred and seventy-five million years ago, many different types of big fish…

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The Hand, the Brain and Tools

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(1) Hand Surgery Department of Clinical Sciences, Malmö Lund University Skäne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden   Abstract Three to four million years ago, the early hominins had well-developed hands, but…

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How the Hand Generated Language

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(1) Hand Surgery Department of Clinical Sciences, Malmö Lund University Skäne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden   Abstract Hands and arms are important components of communication and interaction among individuals. From…

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Neurological Involvement and Neurobiology

Oct 29, 2016 by in NEUROSURGERY Comments Off on Neurological Involvement and Neurobiology

Fig. 1 Increasing scientific interest in Acanthamoeba and Balamuthia mandrillaris, causative agents of granulomatous amoebic encephalitis as determined by published articles over the last five decades. A PubMed search using…

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Encephalitis and Dengue Virus Infection: Neurology and Neurobiology

Oct 29, 2016 by in NEUROSURGERY Comments Off on Encephalitis and Dengue Virus Infection: Neurology and Neurobiology

Fig. 1 World map shows distribution of Japanese encephalitis. ​gamapserver.​who.​int/​mapLibrary/​Files/​Maps/​Global_​JE_​ITHRiskMap.​png JEV affects children in the endemic areas because of herd immunity in the adults, whereas both adults and children are…

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