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Miya Ishihara, Yuji Morimoto, Shunichi Sato, Makoto Kikuchi, Tsunenori Arai and Minoru Obara

Frontiers Med. Biol. Engng , Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 167– 175 (2001) Ó VSP 2001. Original paper Temperature measurement for energy-efŽ cient ablation by thermal radiation with a microsecond time constant from the corneal surface during ArF excimer laser ablation MIYA ISHIHARA 1 ; ¤ , TSUNENORI ARAI

peripheral tolerance, with details on the phenomena of self-ignorance, energy, deletion/exhaustion, and suppression. In Chapter 3 of Part I, a murine model of myeloid leukaemia is described that enabled the authors to separate out T-cell GVL responses from allogeneic donor cells that mediate graft

Marek Darowski

positive intrathoracic pressure on hemodynamics. (2) The interaction between the heart and the circulatory system. (3) The influence of heart assist devices on hemodynamic and energy-related cardiovascular parameters. (4) The interaction between a respirator and the lungs, and its impact on physio- logical

Yasuhiko Shimizu, Kohji Fukuda, Hiroki Ueda, Takashi Sekine, Kazuyamatsumoto, Ichio Aoki, Tatsuo Nakamura and Katsumi Hayakawa

hazard in MRI have not been reported [1]. Therefore, the precise mechanism responsible for the heating is still not clear, and no concrete data is available about the induced voltage and heat energy dissipated during MRI [8]. The object of this study was to evaluate the possibility of electrical current

Janusz Komender and Małgorzata Lewandowska-Szumieł

studies and by energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis (EDAX). In this manner a semi-natural composite consisting of carbon fibers and a mixed carbon – bone matrix was achieved. It resulted in me- chanical bonding between CFRC implants and host bone, which was determined in the push-out test performed 3

S. Srinivasan, H. C. Nagaraj, T. R. Swaminathan and S. Radhakrishnan

clearly seen in many patients, the percentage change in CP is evaluated between 500 and 1000 Hz for both normals and patients. The maximum power is concentrated around the mid-frequency component, shown by a sharp spectral peak in normals and the BAER spectral energy appeared to be primarily in the region

Amr Hassan, Amal Ahmad and Yos Morsi

a constant and ½ is the  uid Turbulent  ow through an aortic heart valve 5 density. When the effect of body forces is neglected the turbulent kinetic energy k and rate of dissipation " are deŽ ned by the transport equations: r¢ .½ U k/ ¡ r ± ¢ ± ¹ C ¹ t ¾ k ² r k ² D ¹ eff r U ¢ ¡ r U C . r U

Kenji Ohmori, Setsuo Takatani and Kiyoyuki Narimatsu

phonocardiogram. region. To detect the beginning of the S2, the peak of S2 is Ž rst identiŽ ed. Then, within the 100 ms window centered around the peak of the pulse wave, a smoothed energy curve [14] is calculated. The 5% level of the up-stroke of the smoothed energy curve is taken as the beginning of the S2 (Fig

Ou Bai, Akio Ikeda, Masatoshi Nakamura and Hiroshi Shibasaki

model parameter P 1 (area of the δ band components from F p1 – A 1 and F p2 – A 2 ) representing the energy of the frequency components in the δ band was used to determine the existence of the blink artifacts. The model parameter H 3 (height of the peak spectrum density in the α band from P 3 – A 1 , O

Yoshiharu Imazeki, Kazuki Matsuzaki, Tomokazu Nagao, Miho Takahashi and Haruyuki Minamitani

[1]. When the photosensitizer absorbs the energy of exposed light at the proper wavelength, it creates a photochemical reaction and the reaction results in the generation of ROS. ROS is the main factor in PDT-related cytotoxicity [2]. In addition to direct tumor cell killing, prominent vascular