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Head cooling device

The brain thermoregulation is an important issue from anthropology to medicine. The brain thermodynamic mechanisms in humans are still not well known and additional heat regulations in certain physiological and pathological conditions are crucial to prevent irreversible damages. 126 more words

Computed Tomography

Digital reconstruction

“Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans” (RNMH) is a project aimed at investigating possible cognitive and behavioural  differences between these two human groups. I belong to the team coordinated by… 195 more words


Mapping the cranial vault

More on vault thickness. As we commented in the previous post, the cranial vault can be divided in three layers: external table, diploe and internal table. 245 more words


Bone thickness and brain growth

Cranial vault consists of two cortical tables (inner and outer) sandwiching a layer of trabecular bone (diploe). Cranial vault thickness (CVT) is the distance between endocranial and ectocranial surfaces of vault bones. 287 more words


Computed Tomography Identifies Patients at High Risk for Stroke After Transient Ischemic Attack/Nondisabling Stroke

Source: Stroke

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Date of publication: 4th December 2014

Publication type: Journal Article

In a nutshell: Ischemia on computed tomography (CT) is associated with subsequent stroke after transient ischemic attack. 144 more words


Results of the toe-tally easy lab activity

Alternate title: Dorsal canting in primate PPP4s

Earlier this year I suggested a classroom activity in which students can scrutinize the evidence used to argue that the >5 million year old (mya)  586 more words