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In the Sentimental Comedy the elements of mirth and romance which are the legitimate bases of comedy were largely subordinated to exaggerated pathos, and in the domestic melodrama the experiences of insignificant persons of the middle class were presented for sympathetic consideration in the same falsetto fashion.
It is indeed," replied the girl, with a gravity that sounded sympathetic.
Lantheus Holdings announced "positive" new data from a Phase 2 study of LMI 1195, a fluorine-18 labeled tracer for use in cardiac positron emission tomography to assess myocardial presynaptic sympathetic nerve function.
Aims and Objective: The aim is to compare the sympathetic autonomic nervous system activity in pre-menopausal and age-matched post-menopausal women.
Dr Riaz said migraine attacks commonly activate the sympathetic nervous system in the body
The autonomic system has two parts, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, with different and frequently opposing actions.
Autonomic dysfunction is characterised by sympathetic overdrive as well as a parasympathetic component.
It was found that patient education about postural awareness and passive mobilization are valuable aids to decrease BLE symptoms due to sympathetic nervous system (SNS) dysfunction and lower thoracic hypomobility.
A well synchronized interplay between the sympathetic and parasympathetic system is mandatory to deal with cardiovascular adaptations in various pathophysiological condition.
Sympathetic ophthalmitis is a rare bilateral cause of blindness.
The increased sympathetic nerve activity is controversial in obesity but may increase blood pressure, heart rate and cardiac output, and it may induce renal tubular sodium reabsorption--changes that may be explained by alpha and beta-adrenergic receptor stimulation followed by an increase in renin.
Because the heart-thumping nerve cells were derived from induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells that in turn were made from human skin cells, the researchers believe the cells--known as sympathetic nerve cells --will be an aid in studying disorders that affect the nervous system, i.