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"TRACTUS uses wireless sterile and handheld scanners paired with intelligent software to maximize the efficiency and accuracy of clinical care documentation at the point of care.
Mas ele havia tambem lucida clareza sobre o fato que tudo aquilo que vemos poderia ser tambem ser diverso; tudo aquilo que possamos contudo descrever poderia ser diverso, como escreve na proposicao 5.634 do Tractus. Para os supremos juizes, todavia, nao e assim.
Longhurst, "GABA in nucleus tractus solitarius participates in electroacupuncture modulation of cardiopulmonary bradycardia reflex," American Journal of Physiology Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.
Nitric oxide reduces blood pressure in the nucleus tractus solitarius: a real time electrochemical study.
This interpretation may represent an oversimplification of a more complex interaction between simpato-vagal balance and hemispheric lateralization, since it is known that some insular tractus realise interhemispheric connections.
Analytical evidence of heterogeneous lead accumulation in the hypothalamic defence area and nucleus tractus solitarius.
A reconstruction of the ACL with autologous patellar tendon grafting with epiphyseal femoral fixation and transepiphyseal tibia fixation associated with a modified MacIntosh procedure (Figures 8(a)-8(c)) was performed by cutting a strip of the tractus iliotibialis which was sutured to Gerdy's tubercle after encircling the lateral collateral ligament.
The CeA also receives dense projections of noradrenergic fibers from the locus coeruleus (LC) and the nucleus tractus solitarii (NTS) and, accordingly, amygdaloid norepinephrine (NE) also modulates stress-related anxiety responses.
Long, "Central noradrenergic activity is responsible for nitroglycerin-induced cardiovascular effects in the nucleus tractus solitarii," Brain Research, vol.
The afferent information from the vagus nerve is mainly relayed through the nucleus tractus solitarius (NTS) in the central nerves; the afferent information from the pelvic organs is mainly relayed through the sacral dorsal commissural nucleus (DCN) in the central nerves.
Manaouil et al., "L'angiomyofibroblastome du tractus genital masculin," Annales de Pathologie, vol.
Neonatal maternal separation and enhancement of the inspiratory (phrenic) response to hypoxia in adult rats: Disruption of GABAergic neurotransmission in the nucleus tractus solitarius.