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See detailThe Farrakhan Phenomenon - R. Singh
Martiniello, Marco ULg

in Nationalism & Ethnic Politics (1999), 5(3-4), 282-283

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See detailFAS: A new method for deriving the pole orientation and shape parameters of asteroids
Detal, Alain ULg; Schils, P.; Collette, P. et al

in Gérard, Jean-Claude; Surdej, Jean; Brahic, A. (Eds.) "Observations and physical properties of small solar system bodies", 30th Liège International Astrophysical Colloquium, Institut d’Astrophysique, Liège (1992)

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See detailFascicular organization of the radial glial fibers in developing murine neocortex: An immunohistochemical study combined with 3H thymidine autoradiography
Gadisseux, J.-F.; Evrard, P.; Misson, Jean-Paul ULg et al

in Neuroscience Research. Supplement : The Official Journal of the Japan Neuroscience Society (1987)

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See detailFascicule d'exercices d'Economie politique (Partim Macroéconomie)
Fecher-Bourgeois, Fabienne ULg

Learning material (2010)

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See detailFascicule d'exercices d'Economie politique (Partim Microéconomie)
Fecher-Bourgeois, Fabienne ULg

Learning material (2010)

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See detailFasciites nécrosantes: stratégie diagnostique et thérapeutique
Smeets, Laurent ULg; Bous, Aurélie ULg; Lecoq, Jean-Pierre ULg et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2006), 61(4), 240-244

The necrotizing fasciitis is a medico-surgical emergency, characterized by the rapid speard of the infection in the subcutaneous tissue, involving fascia superficialis. Peaucity of cutaneous findings ... [more ▼]

The necrotizing fasciitis is a medico-surgical emergency, characterized by the rapid speard of the infection in the subcutaneous tissue, involving fascia superficialis. Peaucity of cutaneous findings early in the course of the disease makes diagnosis a challenge for physician. Pain out of proportion to clinical findings, fever and signs of systemic toxicity are the keys in identification of necrotizing fasciitis. Delayed diagnosis lead to sepsis syndrom and/or multiple organ failure and correlate with poor oucome. Radiolographs, CT-scan or MRI are main radiologic studies, but such procedures should never delay surgical intervention. Intravenous antibiotics, fluid and electrolyte management and analgesia are needed in addition to radical debridment. Clindamycin, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and intravenous immunoglobulins are discussed treatments. Only prompt recognition and immediat care warrant a lower mortality and morbidity for this life-threatening infection. [less ▲]

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See detailFascination as a Case of Action at a Distance in Early Modern Science
Dubouclez, Olivier ULg

Conference (2014, July)

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See detailFasciola hepatica infection or hepatic distomatosis in cattle
Caron, Yannick ULg

Scientific conference (2011, November 26)

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See detailFasciola hepatica: An assessment of the vectorial capacity of Radix labiata and R. balthica commonly found in Belgium
Caron, Yannick ULg; Lasri, Saadia; Losson, Bertrand ULg

Conference (2007, August)

A previous study in Belgium revealed that genetic material of Fasciola sp. was present in four local snail species: Galba truncatula, Radix peregra, Radix ovata and Lymnaea stagnalis. Laboratory cultures ... [more ▼]

A previous study in Belgium revealed that genetic material of Fasciola sp. was present in four local snail species: Galba truncatula, Radix peregra, Radix ovata and Lymnaea stagnalis. Laboratory cultures of these four species were experimentally infected with F. hepatica. The collected metacercariae were fed to rats and the infection in that vertebrate hosts was monitored through several techniques. The mortality rates in the breeding unit was less than 10 % in G. truncatula, R. peregra, and L. stagnalis colonies. Microscopy revealed the presence of larval stages in 78.3 % and 48 % of G. truncatula and R. peregra snails, respectively. These data were confirmed by a PCR that amplifies a parasite specific sequence. R. peregra shed fewer metacercariae and more irregularly than G. truncatula. In R. ovata and L. stagnalis the infection rates were low. Specific DNA was detected in both cases by PCR but no metacercariae were shed. The metacercariae shed by R. peregra were as infective to rats as those from G. truncatula. The PCR technique was more sensitive than microscopic examination. This study demonstrated that R. peregra may act as an accidental intermediate host for F. hepatica in Belgium. [less ▲]

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See detailFasciola hepatica: an assessment on the vectorial capacity of Radix labiata and R. balthica commonly found in Belgium.
Caron, Yannick ULg; LASRI, Saadia ULg; Losson, Bertrand ULg

in Veterinary Parasitology (2007), 149(1-2), 95-103

A previous study conducted in Belgium revealed that genetic material of Fasciola sp. was present in snail species belonging to the genus Radix. Here, these snails were collected and identified by DNA ... [more ▼]

A previous study conducted in Belgium revealed that genetic material of Fasciola sp. was present in snail species belonging to the genus Radix. Here, these snails were collected and identified by DNA-based techniques as Radix labiata and Radix balthica. These two species and Galba truncatula (the major intermediate host in Europe) were experimentally infected with Fasciola hepatica. The resulting metacercariae were fed to rats and the infection was monitored using several techniques. Microscopy revealed the presence of larval stages in 78.3, 45, and 6.25% of G. truncatula, R. labiata, and R. balthica snails, respectively. These results were confirmed by a PCR that amplifies a Fasciola sp. specific sequence. Furthermore, this PCR was found to be more sensitive than microscopic examination. R. labiata shed fewer metacercariae than G. truncatula but these were as infective to rats as those shed by G. truncatula. This study demonstrates that R. labiata may act as an incidental intermediate host for F hepatica in Belgium. (C) 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailFascismo senza fascismo? Indovini e revenants nella cultura popolare italiana (1899-1919 e 1989-2009)
Curreri, Luciano ULg; Foni, Fabrizio

Book published by Nerosubianco (2011)

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See detailLa fase terminale della malattia oncologica: uno studio nell'ottica della teoria dell'attaccamento
Calvo, Vincenzo; Marinelli, Sara; Mania, Adriana et al

in Congresso della Sezione di Psicologia Clinica e Dinamica - AIP (2011, September)

La presente ricerca aveva lo scopo di studiare le influenze dello stile di attaccamento adulto sulla qualità del supporto emotivo fra il paziente oncologico e il suo caregiver di riferimento e ... [more ▼]

La presente ricerca aveva lo scopo di studiare le influenze dello stile di attaccamento adulto sulla qualità del supporto emotivo fra il paziente oncologico e il suo caregiver di riferimento e sull’alleanza di lavoro con i medici di reparto, durante il ricovero in una struttura hospice, specializzata nella gestione della fase terminale della malattia. Poiché lo stile di attaccamento adulto sembra giocare un ruolo importante nella gestione dello stress psicologico percepito dall’individuo nelle circostanze stressanti e nella capacità di fare affidamento sugli altri (Florian & Mikulincer, 1998), abbiamo ipotizzato che anche nella condizione di disagio estremo della fase terminale di una malattia, l’attaccamento sicuro potesse aiutare il soggetto ad affrontare le difficoltà del momento e che, invece, un attaccamento insicuro tendesse ad aumentare la vulnerabilità e l’angoscia (Mikulincer & Orbach, 1995). Lo studio si è proposto di verificare l’ipotesi secondo cui lo stile di attaccamento tenda a influenzare due aspetti importanti della fase terminale della malattia: la qualità del supporto emotivo dato dalla relazione con il caregiver e la qualità dell’alleanza di lavoro con il medico curante. Ci aspettavamo che i malati con attaccamento sicuro tendessero a percepire più positivamente la qualità del supporto emotivo con il caregiver e, analogamente, a valutare più favorevolmente l’alleanza di lavoro con il medico, rispetto ai pazienti insicuri. [less ▲]

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See detailFASST - fMRI Artefact rejection and Sleep Scoring Toolbox
Phillips, Christophe ULg; Schrouff, Jessica ULg; Coppieters't Wallant, Dorothe ULg et al

Software (2007)

"FASST" stands for "fMRI Artefact rejection and Sleep Scoring Toolbox". This M/EEG toolbox is developed by researchers from the Cyclotron Research Centre, University of Li ege, Belgium, with the financial ... [more ▼]

"FASST" stands for "fMRI Artefact rejection and Sleep Scoring Toolbox". This M/EEG toolbox is developed by researchers from the Cyclotron Research Centre, University of Li ege, Belgium, with the financial support of the Fonds de la Recherche Scienti que-FNRS, the Queen Elizabeth's funding, and the University of Li ege. On Dr. Pierre Maquet's impulse we started writing these tools to analyze our sleep EEG-fMRI data and tackle four crucial issues: * Continuous M/EEG. Long multi-channel recording of M/EEG data can be enormous. These data are cumbersome to handle as it usually involves displaying, exploring, comparing, chunking, appending data sets, etc. * EEG-fMRI. When recording EEG and fMRI data simultaneously, the EEG signal acquired contains, on top of the usual neural and ocular activity, artefacts induced by the gradient switching and high static eld of an MR scanner. The rejection of theses artefacts is not easy especially when dealing with brain spontaneous activity. * Scoring M/EEG. Reviewing and scoring continuous M/EEG recordings, such as is common with sleep recordings, is a tedious task as the scorer has to manually browse through the entire data set and give a \score" to each time-window displayed. * Waves detection. Continuous and triggerless recordings of M/EEG data show specifi c wave patterns, characteristic of the subject's state (e.g., sleep spindles or slow waves). Their automatic detection is thus important to assess those states. [less ▲]

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See detailFASST- a FMRI Artefact rejection and Sleep Scoring Toolbox
Schrouff, Jessica ULg; Leclercq, Yves ULg; Noirhomme, Quentin ULg et al

Poster (2011, June 28)

We started writing the “fMRI artefact rejection and sleep scoring toolbox”, or “FASST”, to process our sleep EEG-fMRI data, that is, the simultaneous recording of electroencephalographic and functional ... [more ▼]

We started writing the “fMRI artefact rejection and sleep scoring toolbox”, or “FASST”, to process our sleep EEG-fMRI data, that is, the simultaneous recording of electroencephalographic and functional magnetic resonance imaging data acquired while a subject is asleep. FAST tackles three crucial issues typical of this kind of data: (1) data manipulation (viewing, comparing, chunking, etc.) of long continuous M/EEG recordings, (2) rejection of the fMRI-induced artefact in the EEG signal, and (3)manual sleep-scoring of the M/EEG recording. Currently, the toolbox can efficiently deal with these issues via a GUI, SPM8 batching system or handwritten script. The tools developed are, of course, also useful for other EEG applications, for example, involving simultaneous EEG-fMRI acquisition, continuous EEG eye-balling, and manipulation. Even though the toolbox was originally devised for EEG data, it will also gracefully handle MEG data without any problem. “FAST” is developed in Matlab as an add-on toolbox for SPM8 and, therefore, internally uses its SPM8-meeg data format. “FAST” is available for free, under the GNU-GPL. [less ▲]

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See detailFast 2D model-to-image registration using vanishing points for sports video analysis
Hayet, Jean-Bernard; Piater, Justus ULg; Verly, Jacques ULg

Conference (2005)

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