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    Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne/McGraw-Hill
    Call number: 09-EDV:1562(2)
    Keywords: Computer networks / Security measures ; Computer Security
    Pages: xxix, 703 p. : ill.
    Edition: 2nd ed.
    ISBN: 0-07-212748-1
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  • 2
    Call number: 09-MA:636
    Keywords: Markov processes ; MARKOVPROZESS
    Notes: Includes index.
    Pages: x, 534 p.
    ISBN: 0471081868
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    Bonn : MITP-Verl.
    Call number: 09-EDV:1569(2)
    Keywords: Computer networks / Security measures ; Computer Security
    Notes: Translation of: Hacking exposed.
    Pages: 829 p. : ill.
    Edition: 2., aktualis. und erw. Aufl.
    ISBN: 3-8266-0670-1
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    Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne/McGraw-Hill
    Call number: 09-EDV:1562
    Keywords: Computer networks / Security measures ; Computer Security
    Pages: 484 p. : ill.
    ISBN: 0072121270
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    Chicago : Year Book Medical Publishers
    (Current problems in cancer, v. 5, no. 3)  
    Keywords: Endoscopy ; Gastrointestinal Neoplasms / diagnosis ; Gastrointestinal Neoplasms / therapy
    Pages: 48 p. : ill.
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  • 6
    Keywords: MICE ; RESPONSES ; kidney ; PHENOTYPE ; HYPERPLASIA ; HOMEOSTASIS ; aldosterone
    Abstract: Renin expressing cells in the kidney normally appear as mural cells of developing preglomerular vessels and finally impose as granulated juxtaglomerular cells in adult kidneys. The differentiation of renin expressing cells from the metanephric mesenchyme in general, and the potential role of special precursor stages in special, is not well understood. It was the aim of this study therefore to search for renin cell precursors in the kidney. As an experimental model we used kidneys of aldosterone synthase deficient mice which display a prominent compensatory overproduction of renin cells that are arranged in multilayered perivascular cell clusters. We found that the perivascular cell clusters contained two apparently distinct cell types. One staining positive for renin and another one staining positive for type I procollagen (PC1). It appeared as if PC1 and renin expression were inversely related at the cellular level. The proportion of renin positive to PC1 positive cells in the clusters was inversely linked to the rate of salt intake as was overall renin expression. Our findings suggest that the cells in the perivascular cell clusters can reversibly switch between procollagen 1 and renin expression, and that PC1 expressing cells might be precursors of renin cells. Few of those PC1 positive cells were found also in adult wildtype kidneys in the juxtaglomerular lacis cell area, in which renin expression can be induced on demand.
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 23761669
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  • 7
    ISSN: 1433-7339
    Keywords: Family caregiver ; Bereavement ; Depression ; Cancer patients
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract The present study investigated two aspects of the sequelae of recent bereavement among family caregivers following the death of their cancer patient: (1) the extent to which depressive symptomatology among family caregivers measured following the death of their patient could be predicted by their levels of depressive symptomatology in the months prior to death, their physical health, the setting in which the patient's death occurred, patient age, gender of the caregiver, consanguinity, financial stress, social support from family and friends during the terminal stage, impact of caregiving activities on caregiver's daily schedule, caregiver optimism, perceived esteem attributed to caregiving, the time between the prebereavement assessment and death, and the time between death and the postbereavement assessment; and (2) whether these same explanatory variables could successfully differentiate those bereaved caregivers whose psychological health improved during the first 3 months following bereavement from those who did not improve. A sample of 114 family caregivers of cancer patients were surveyed for approximately 3 months before and 3 months after the death of their patient. A multivariate analysis of variance using the regression approach was undertaken to determine the primary predictors of postbereavement depressive symptomatology. In addition, a logistic regression analysis was used to attempt to predict those caregivers whose depressive symptomatology would improve during the postbereavement period. Critical factors in determining levels of postbereavement depressive symptomatology were caregiver optimism, prebereavement depressive symptomatology, and levels of social support from friends. Caregiver optimism and prebereavement depressive symptomatology were important in predicting whether caregivers' depressive symptomatology would improve or not. Physicians must be aware that if the social history of a patient reveals that he/she is anticipating or has recently experienced the loss of a family member for whom they were the primary caregiver, this information may be critical in determining whether the illness behavior exhibited by the patient has medical or psychosocial origins.
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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  • 8
    ISSN: 1433-7339
    Keywords: Key words Lung cancer ; Geriatric patients ; Physical functioning ; Symptoms ; Treatment
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract  This study investigated how treatment options, symptom severity, prediagnosis levels of physical functioning, comorbidity, gender, and age predicted current physical functioning in geriatric patients with small-cell or non-small-cell lung cancer, 12 weeks after their diagnosis. The study involved 146 patients aged 65 years and over with an incident diagnosis of lung cancer. Analysis of covariance revealed no significant differences in physical functioning according to treatment type, small-cell versus non-small-cell classification or gender. Significant predictors of current physical functioning were symptom severity and prior physical functioning. The characteristics of a high-risk profile for disruption in physical functioning of elderly lung cancer patients 12 weeks after their diagnosis would include pre-existing physical impairment and high levels of symptomatology.
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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  • 9
    ISSN: 1433-7339
    Keywords: Key words Family caregiver ; Bereavement ; Depression ; Cancer patients
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract  The present study investigated two aspects of the sequelae of recent bereavement among family caregivers following the death of their cancer patient: (1) the extent to which depressive symptomatology among family caregivers measured following the death of their patient could be predicted by their levels of depressive symptomatology in the months prior to death, their physical health, the setting in which the patient's death occurred, patient age, gender of the caregiver, consanguinity, financial stress, social support from family and friends during the terminal stage, impact of caregiving activities on caregiver's daily schedule, caregiver optimism, perceived esteem attributed to caregiving, the time between the prebereavement assessment and death, and the time between death and the postbereavement assessment; and (2) whether these same explanatory variables could successfully differentiate those bereaved caregivers whose psychological health improved during the first 3 months following bereavement from those who did not improve. A sample of 114 family caregivers of cancer patients were surveyed for approximately 3 months before and 3 months after the death of their patient. A multivariate analysis of variance using the regression approach was undertaken to determine the primary predictors of postbereavement depressive symptomatology. In addition, a logistic regression analysis was used to attempt to predict those caregivers whose depressive symptomatology would improve during the postbereavement period. Critical factors in determining levels of postbereavement depressive symptomatology were caregiver optimism, prebereavement depressive symptomatology, and levels of social support from friends. Caregiver optimism and prebereavement depressive symptomatology were important in predicting whether caregivers' depressive symptomatology would improve or not. Physicians must be aware that if the social history of a patient reveals that he/she is anticipating or has recently experienced the loss of a family member for whom they were the primary caregiver, this information may be critical in determining whether the illness behavior exhibited by the patient has medical or psychosocial origins.
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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    German Medical Science GMS Publishing House; Düsseldorf
    In:  Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Medizinische Ausbildung (GMA); 20111005-20111008; München; DOC11gma105 /20110926/
    Publication Date: 2011-09-26
    Keywords: ddc: 610
    Language: German
    Type: conferenceObject
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