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191,149 results
  • Sirolimus loaded polyol modified liposomes for the treatment of Posterior Segment Eye Diseases. [Journal Article]
    Med Hypotheses 2019; 136:109518Suri R, Neupane YR, … Kohli K
  • Posterior Segment Eye Diseases (PSED) are the major cause of visual impairment globally that directly affects the patients' quality of life, especially in the aging population. Vascular degenerative disorders of posterior eye are the vision threatening disorders, involving inflammation as one of the main pathological mechanisms. Use of current treatment regimens for PSED is significantly limited …
  • Visual perception and cuttlefish camouflage. [Review]
    Curr Opin Neurobiol 2019; 60:47-54Reiter S, Laurent G
  • Visual perception is inherently statistical: brains exploit repeating features of natural scenes to disambiguate images that could, in principle, have many causes. A clear case for the relevance of statistical inference in vision is animal camouflage. Although visual scenes are each composed of unique arrangements of pixels, they are usually perceived mainly as groupings of statistically defined …
  • 17α Estradiol promotes plasticity of spared inputs in the adult amblyopic visual cortex. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):19040Sengupta DC, Lantz CL, … Quinlan EM
  • The promotion of structural and functional plasticity by estrogens is a promising approach to enhance central nervous system function in the aged. However, how the sensitivity to estrogens is regulated across brain regions, age and experience is poorly understood. To ask if estradiol treatment impacts structural and functional plasticity in sensory cortices, we examined the acute effect of 17α-Es…
  • Optimized but Not Maximized Cue Integration for 3D Visual Perception. [Journal Article]
    eNeuro 2019Chang TY, Thompson L, … Rosenberg A
  • Reconstructing three-dimensional (3D) scenes from two-dimensional (2D) retinal images is an ill-posed problem. Despite this, 3D perception of the world based on 2D retinal images is seemingly accurate and precise. The integration of distinct visual cues is essential for robust 3D perception in humans, but it is unclear if this is true for non-human primates. Here we assessed 3D perception in maca…
  • Paediatric palliative care: a systematic review. [Review]
    BMJ Support Palliat Care 2019Nilsson S, Ohlen J, … Brännström M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Thirty-eight articles were included and there was a common vision about how and when palliative care should be offered to children. The i-PARiHS was used as a lens to describe the knowledge translation in paediatric palliative care. Symptom relief was the most commonly described evidence-based strategy, and the hospital environment was the most commonly described context. Different types of education were the most commonly used strategies to facilitate knowledge translation. The results mainly focused on increasing knowledge of palliative care in paediatric care. To sum up, the results report strategies to achieve knowledge translation of paediatric palliative care, and these can be interpreted as a guideline for how this process can be facilitated.
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