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Simultaneous observation of the rat medial vestibular nucleus with the vestibular nerve, oculomotor nerve, and trigeminal nerve using a combined electrophysiological and neurohistological method.
By combining the electrophysiological, neurohistological, and axon transport methods, the medial vestibular nucleus (MVN) was continuously observed in 5 adult rats. The motor evoked potential in the trigeminal nerve was studied in the same animals, and an animal was also subjected to the axon transport technique. The MVN was confirmed in the mediolateral direction and in the rostrocaudal direction. The location of the oculomotor nucleus was also confirmed. The major sensory nuclei of the trigeminal nerve and the vestibular nerve were located within the MVN. The trigeminal nerve and the vestibular nerve separated in the rostral part of the MVN, and these nuclei were in turn separated in the caudal part of the MVN. In both of the rostral and caudal parts of the MVN, the MVN was divided into several smaller nuclei which were similar to the nuclei already seen in the internal capsule. The trigeminal nerve separated in the caudal part of the MVN, and these nuclei formed a small cluster. At this time, a strong synaptophysin immunoreaction was observed in the neuropil surrounding the nuclei of the MVN, indicating a complex synaptic connectivity. These combined observations revealed the projection and interconnectivity of the nuclei of the vestibular nerve and trigeminal nerve in the central nervous system.CR33]\].

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Fetal ultrasound screening in asymptomatic adults with cochlear implants: a report of three cases.
The fact that cochlear implants (CIs) effectively restore hearing to many people with severe-to-profound sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) necessitates a review of indications for CI in adults. Indeed, the common perception is that CIs are not ideal for patients with current or previous ear infections, otitis media, recurrent meningitis, or those with a history of use of ototoxic medication. Fetal ultrasound provides excellent imaging of the cochlea and auditory nerve. The aim of this retrospective study was to assess the safety of performing fetal ultrasound screening for adults with CIs. Fetal ultrasound was performed on three women aged 42, 33, and 27 years with bilateral CIs who had no complaints of auditory symptoms. All women were examined by means of high-resolution transabdominal ultrasound (Hi-Res TUS) and by Doppler spectral analysis. Hi-Res TUS showed the CI in all three patients. In addition, the first two women had bilateral labyrinthine artery pulsations with typical waveform, indicating normal cochlea function. The third woman had no pulsatile sound signal and pulsations were not confirmed bilaterally. As a result, fetal HI-Res TUS detected not only CI in the three women, but also bilateral extra cochlear signals of cochlea and carotid arteries. Fetal ultrasound provided useful information for patients with implanted devices. Subjects with CI, especially those with bilateral CIs, may have normal auditory function if they undergo fetal HI-Res TUS examination. Therefore, fetal ultrasound screening is recommended for all adults with CIs.A study of the computerized analysis of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) images.
In this study, a simple method of assessing the ability of the computer to measure breast radiodensity is described. The objective is to compare the use of fixed thresholds to the use of the logarithmic transformation of the equation of the regression line of the breast density in digital mammograms. This paper discusses the effect of image viewing conditions, the number of images used in the study and