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Presenting Abnormal Lateral Load Patterns
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In this book, two lateral load patterns existing in the FEMA-365 code (the uniform and triangular lateral load patterns) are evaluated.Afterwards, lateral load patterns, high-rise, mid-rise and low-rise structures are considered, load patterns of other structures such as bridges are referred to and other load patterns which have been previously proposed by other researchers are studied. Effects of these load patterns on the results are also discussed in detail. Moreover, a new lateral load pattern is offered for nonlinear static analysis of structural models.This book consists of six chapters: Chapter One: Introduction, Chapter Two: Materials, modeling samples, Chapter Three: Analysis methods and earthquake records, Chapter Four: Types of lateral load distribution patterns, Chapter Five: Evaluation and interpretation of results, Chapter Six: Conclusion

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Presenting Abnormal Lateral Load Patterns
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In this book, two lateral load patterns existing in the FEMA-365 code (the uniform and triangular lateral load patterns) are evaluated.Afterwards, lateral load patterns, high-rise, mid-rise and low-rise structures are considered, load patterns of other structures such as bridges are referred to and other load patterns which have been previously proposed by other researchers are studied. Effects of these load patterns on the results are also discussed in detail. Moreover, a new lateral load pattern is offered for nonlinear static analysis of structural models.This book consists of six chapters: Chapter One: Introduction, Chapter Two: Materials, modeling samples, Chapter Three: Analysis methods and earthquake records, Chapter Four: Types of lateral load distribution patterns, Chapter Five: Evaluation and interpretation of results, Chapter Six: Conclusion

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Wallis Zieff Goldblatt Syndrome
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Wallis Zieff Goldblatt syndrome is a rare condition characterized by inherited skeletal disorders manifested mainly as rhizomelic short stature and lateral clavicular defects. It is also known as Cleidorhizomelic Syndrome.An initial clinical report of this syndrome describes a 6-month-old boy with rhizomelic shortening, particularly in the arms, and protuberances over the lateral aspects of the clavicles. On radiographs the lateral third of the clavicles had a bifid appearance resulting from an abnormal process or protuberance arising from the fusion center. His 22-year-old mother also had a height of 142 cm with an arm span of 136 cm and rhizomelic shortness of the limbs, maximal in the arms, and abnormalities of the acromioclavicular joints. Both the mother and the son had marked bilateral clinodactyly of the fifth fingers associated with hypoplastic middle phalanx.

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Wallis Zieff Goldblatt Syndrome
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Wallis Zieff Goldblatt syndrome is a rare condition characterized by inherited skeletal disorders manifested mainly as rhizomelic short stature and lateral clavicular defects. It is also known as Cleidorhizomelic Syndrome.An initial clinical report of this syndrome describes a 6-month-old boy with rhizomelic shortening, particularly in the arms, and protuberances over the lateral aspects of the clavicles. On radiographs the lateral third of the clavicles had a bifid appearance resulting from an abnormal process or protuberance arising from the fusion center. His 22-year-old mother also had a height of 142 cm with an arm span of 136 cm and rhizomelic shortness of the limbs, maximal in the arms, and abnormalities of the acromioclavicular joints. Both the mother and the son had marked bilateral clinodactyly of the fifth fingers associated with hypoplastic middle phalanx.

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Obstetric outcomes in Mullerian duct anomalies:
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Mullerian duct anomalies are generally rare clinical conditions that results from disruption during the development of the female internal duct system which include the fallopian tubes, uterus ,cervix and the upper portion of the vagina. In most cases most of the anomalies involve the uterus , cervix and upper vaginal. Uterine malformations result from failure in organogenesis or from fusion or reabsorption of the Müllerian ducts. Failures in organogenesis are related to incomplete development of one or both Müllerian ducts, thereby leading to agenesis, uterine hypoplasia or a unicornuate uterus. The causes of Müllerian anomalies have yet to be fully identified and clarified. The karyotypes are normal in most cases though in few patients abnormal karyptype has been described. Fusion defects result from incomplete merging of the caudal portion with the Müllerian ducts (lateral fusion) or incomplete merging of the structures of the urogenital sinus with the Müllerian tubercle (vertical fusion). Failures in lateral fusion may result in uterus didelphys, bicornuate uterus or arcuate uterus. When the defect occurs in vertical fusion, anomalies such as imperforate hymen.

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Obstetric outcomes in Mullerian duct anomalies:
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Mullerian duct anomalies are generally rare clinical conditions that results from disruption during the development of the female internal duct system which include the fallopian tubes, uterus ,cervix and the upper portion of the vagina. In most cases most of the anomalies involve the uterus , cervix and upper vaginal. Uterine malformations result from failure in organogenesis or from fusion or reabsorption of the Müllerian ducts. Failures in organogenesis are related to incomplete development of one or both Müllerian ducts, thereby leading to agenesis, uterine hypoplasia or a unicornuate uterus. The causes of Müllerian anomalies have yet to be fully identified and clarified. The karyotypes are normal in most cases though in few patients abnormal karyptype has been described. Fusion defects result from incomplete merging of the caudal portion with the Müllerian ducts (lateral fusion) or incomplete merging of the structures of the urogenital sinus with the Müllerian tubercle (vertical fusion). Failures in lateral fusion may result in uterus didelphys, bicornuate uterus or arcuate uterus. When the defect occurs in vertical fusion, anomalies such as imperforate hymen.

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J Wave Syndromes
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This book delineates the state of the art of the diagnosis and treatment of J wave syndromes, as well as where future research needs to be directed. It covers basic science, translational and clinical aspects of these syndromes. The authors are leading experts in their respective fields, who have contributed prominently to the literature concerning these topics.J wave syndromes are one of the hottest topics in cardiology today. Cardiac arrhythmias associated with Brugada syndrome (BrS) or an early repolarization (ER) pattern in the inferior or infero-lateral ECG leads are thought to be mechanistically linked to accentuation of transient outward current (Ito)-mediated J waves. Although BrS and ER syndrome (ERS) differ with respect to magnitude and lead location of abnormal J waves, they are thought to represent a continuous spectrum of phenotypic expression termed J wave syndromes. ERS is divided into three subtypes with the most severe, Type 3, displaying an ER pattern globally in the inferior, lateral and right precordial leads. BrS has been linked to mutations in 19 different genes, whereas ERS has been associated with mutations in 7 different genes.There is a great deal of confusion as to how to properly diagnose and treat the J wave syndromes as well as confusion about the underlying mechanisms. The demonstration of successful epicardial ablation of BrS has provided new therapeutic options for the management of this syndrome for which treatment alternatives are currently very limited, particularly in the case of electrical storms caused by otherwise uncontrollable recurrent VT/VF. An early repolarization pattern is observed in 2-5% of the US population. While it is clear that the vast majority of individuals exhibiting an ER pattern are not at risk for sudden cardiac death, the challenge moving forward is to identify those individuals who truly are at risk and to design safe and effective treatments.

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J Wave Syndromes
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This book delineates the state of the art of the diagnosis and treatment of J wave syndromes, as well as where future research needs to be directed. It covers basic science, translational and clinical aspects of these syndromes. The authors are leading experts in their respective fields, who have contributed prominently to the literature concerning these topics.J wave syndromes are one of the hottest topics in cardiology today. Cardiac arrhythmias associated with Brugada syndrome (BrS) or an early repolarization (ER) pattern in the inferior or infero-lateral ECG leads are thought to be mechanistically linked to accentuation of transient outward current (Ito)-mediated J waves. Although BrS and ER syndrome (ERS) differ with respect to magnitude and lead location of abnormal J waves, they are thought to represent a continuous spectrum of phenotypic expression termed J wave syndromes. ERS is divided into three subtypes with the most severe, Type 3, displaying an ER pattern globally in the inferior, lateral and right precordial leads. BrS has been linked to mutations in 19 different genes, whereas ERS has been associated with mutations in 7 different genes.There is a great deal of confusion as to how to properly diagnose and treat the J wave syndromes as well as confusion about the underlying mechanisms. The demonstration of successful epicardial ablation of BrS has provided new therapeutic options for the management of this syndrome for which treatment alternatives are currently very limited, particularly in the case of electrical storms caused by otherwise uncontrollable recurrent VT/VF. An early repolarization pattern is observed in 2-5% of the US population. While it is clear that the vast majority of individuals exhibiting an ER pattern are not at risk for sudden cardiac death, the challenge moving forward is to identify those individuals who truly are at risk and to design safe and effective treatments.

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D-Amino Acids
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This book presents a comprehensive overview of the roles of -amino acids and latest research findings, to reveal their fascinating aspects and to facilitate better understanding of their important roles in physiology and diseases. It also provides useful hints for the development of drugs and functional foods. -Amino acids were once called unnatural amino acids and were considered to be insignificant for eukaryotes especially in mammals. However, different -amino acids have been revealed to be distributed in various mammalian tissues and to bear important physiological roles. For example, -serine is implicated in memory formation and learning, and its abnormal concentration in tissues have been reported in neurological diseases such as schizophrenia and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. -Aspartate is found in a variety of mammalian tissues, particularly in the central nervous system and the genitals. -Aspartate facilitates the endocrine secretion of prolactin, inhibits the secretion of melatonin, and plays a peculiar role in the control of reproductive functions in mammals, including the stimulation of testosterone synthesis. Written by the leading scientists in the field, this book is a valuable source of information for researchers in biochemistry, physiology, and neuroscience, as well as in the pharmaceutical and food industries.

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