Young, S. D.; Britcher, S. F.; Tran, L. O.; Payne, L. S.; Lumma, W. C.; Lyle, T. A.; Huff, J. R.; Anderson, P. S.; Olsen, D. B.; Carroll, S. S. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 1995, 39, 2602. Klebe, G.; Abraham, U.; Mietzner, T. J. Med. Chem. 1994, 37, 4130. Bohm, M.; Sturzebecher, J.; Klebe, G.; J. Med. Chem. 1999, 42, 458. Pungpo, P.; Hannongbua, S. J. Mol. Graphics & Modell. 2000, 18, 581. Ravichandran, V.; Agrawal, R. K. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 2007, 17, 2197. Barreca, M. L.; Carotti, A.; Chimirri, A.; Monforte, A. M. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 1999, 7, 2283. Nair, A. C.; Jayatilleke, P.; Wang, X.; Miertus, S.; Welsh, W. J. J. Med. Chem. 2002, 45, 973. Jayatilleke, P. R. N.; Nair, A. C.; Zauhar, R.; Welsh, W. J. J. Med. Chem. 2000, 43, 4446. Hilgeroth, A.; Fleischer, R.; Wiese, M.; Heinemann, F. W. J. Computer-Aided Mol. Design 1999, 13, 233. A. K. Debnath, J. Med. Chem. 1999, 42, 249. Oprea, T. I.; Waller, C. L.; Marshall, G. R. Drug Design Discovery 1994, 12, 29. Buolamwini, J. K.; Assefa, H. J. Med. Chem. 2002, 45, 841. Raghavan, K.; Buolamwini, J. K.; Fesen, M. R.; Pommier, Y.; Kohn, K. W. J. Med. Chem. 1995, 38, 890. Sahu, K. K.; Ravichandran, V.; Mourya, V. K.; Agrawal, R. K. Med. Chem. Res. 2007 In press ; . Debnath, A. K.; Jiang, S.; Strick, N.; Lin, K.; Haberfield, P. J. Med. Chem. 1994, 37, 1099. Arranz, M. E.; Diaz, J. A.; Ingate, S. T.; Witvrouw, M.; Pannecouque, C.; Balzarini, J.; Clercq, E. D.; Vega, S. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 1999, 7, 2811. We don't know how many of the 26 subjects in this study who were tested at 6 months received at least 9 shocks at 2.5 times threshold. Less than 20? Less than 10? This study cannot be considered to even approach being conclusive. Indeed, three years after his 1991 study Coffey himself wrote, "Clearly, prospective studies that compare pre- and post-ECT imaging data are required to determine whether ECT causes changes in brain structure."153 And were those "required" studies ever done? No. A Medline search under "Electroconvulsive and MRI" failed to uncover a single post-Coffey 1991 ; prospective MRI study of ECT's effects on brain structure. Nevertheless, other ECT researchers are happy to write about this issue as if it has been completely resolved. In July, 1994, we find Devanand et al. claiming, "There is no credible evidence that ECT causes structural brain damage, "154 even though, 1 ; He admits "there is a paucity of quantitative data from well-designed [CT and MRI] studies using sensitive methods."155 2 ; Coffey is, at that very same time mid-1994 ; , saying that prospective studies are needed and, 3 ; There was credible evidence in a ; Coffey et al., 1988, in which he states that one explanation of his evidence was that ".ECT may have caused cerebral atrophy."156 b ; Coffey et al., 1991, reviewed above. c ; Andreasen et al., 1990, which found a correlation between the number of previous ECT treatments and increased lateral ventricular volumes loss of brain tissue ; measured by MRI.157 d ; Dolan, RJ., et al., 1986, a CT scan study which found, "Patients with a past history of treatment by electroconvulsive therapy showed more sulcal widening in the parietal and occipital areas than those not so treated."158 The authors explained that, "There was no evidence of association between the presence of these changes [sulcal widening in frontal, temporal, and interhemispheric areas of the brain] and a family history of depression, the duration of depressive illness, the age of onset of illness, the course of illness or exposure to psychotropic medication."159 There was also no association with age or alcohol use. Coffey et al. 1991, in reviewing previous brain scan research, left this study out but did include a 1985 Dolan study which found no association between ventricular size and ECT. e ; Calloway et al, 1981, which reported that frontal lobe atrophy was significantly more common in elderly depressed patients who had received ECT than in those who had not.160 f ; Weinberger et al., 1979, which found that cortical atrophy was significantly more common in schizophrenic patients who had received ECT than in those who did not.161 34. Advertised before Acceptance under section 20 1 ; Proviso 1387378 - September 26, 2005. HARIRAM AGARWALA. trading as H.K. MEDI PHARMA HARIRAM BHAWAN, UNITED BANK GALLY, SAMBALPUR-767001, ORISSA. MANUFACTURER, MERCHANTS ANDEXPORTER. Address for service in India Agents Address : IDEAL TRADE MARK SERVICES. 18, N.S. ROAD, 1ST FLOOR, KOLKATA 700 001, WEST BENGAL, INDIA. User claimed since 01 2002 KOLKATA ; AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE INCLUDED IN CLASS 05.

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PRODUCTION Surprisingly intimate feel in a live performance from Lincoln Center. Sets seem scaled to Glyndebourne despite the large theater. Costumes and stage movement are strictly traditional. PERFORMANCES Bergeson leads a reading on the light side of conventional. Orchestra, chorus, and soloists are all responsive and careful, but no spark is struck. None of the major soloists is memorable for positive or negative contribution; overall, this is a solid but forgettable performance. Unfortunately, it appears that the cast must enjoy so witty an opera for the home audience to have fun with it. TECHNICAL COMMENTS Fine video quality for a live performance. Audio seems lacking in higher frequencies, perhaps contributing to the lack of sparkle as we listen. Camera work is fine, though it appears to have been blocked at Glyndebourne. Nothing in this performance stands out; in a work less frequently performed and recorded, that might be an asset.
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Fallon Community Health Plan soon will be introducing the Healthwise Knowledgebase on its Web site, fchp . With this tool, for example, you and your patients may research diagnosed conditions, medications and treatment options. The content is generated from a variety of reliable resources, including the National Cancer Institute, the National Organization of Rare Disorders and the American Self-Help Clearinghouse. The Healthwise Knowledgebase is a reliable, comprehensive resource to help people be informed about their health care. Informed patients are more likely to understand their condition and take better care of themselves, as well as develop a more interactive relationship with their doctor. Watch for more information in a future issue of Connection.
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