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  • 1
    Language: English
    In: Acta Classica, Annual, 2011, Vol.54, p.149(23)
    Description: The Roman road-system (including urban street systems) is one of the most famous features of the Roman Empire. In cities, especially the older and smaller ones such as Pompeii, streets were narrower and not always suitable for (wheeled) two-way traffic or (wheeled) traffic at all; in later Hippodamic coloniae--as found in Western Europe like Xanten and Trier--streets were wide enough to cope with traffic. Local governments tried to keep traffic flow under control by means of legislation and creating fixed traffic circulation, including zigzag and parallel routes, and routes around the forum. The forum itself was never accessible for wheeled traffic, only for pedestrians.
    Keywords: Roman Empire, 30 Bc-476 Ad
    ISSN: 0065-1141
    Source: Cengage Learning, Inc.
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: Acta Classica : Proceedings of the Classical Association of South Africa, 2011, Vol.54, pp.149-171
    Description: The Roman road-system (including urban street systems) is one of the most famous features of the Roman Empire. In cities, especially the older and smaller ones such as Pompeii, streets were narrower and not always suitable for (wheeled) two-way traffic or (wheeled) traffic at all; in later Hippodamic coloniae - as found in Western Europe like Xanten and Trier - streets were wide enough to cope with traffic. Local governments tried to keep traffic flow under control by means of legislation and creating fixed traffic circulation, including zigzag and parallel routes, and routes around the forum. The forum itself was never accessible for wheeled traffic, only for pedestrians.
    ISSN: 00651141
    Source: African Electronic Journals (Sabinet SA ePublications)
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  • 3
    Language: English
    In: Acta Classica, 1 January 2011, Vol.54, pp.149-171
    Description: The Roman road-system (including urban street systems) is one of the most famous features of the Roman Empire. In cities, especially the older and smaller ones such as Pompeii, streets were narrower and not always suitable for (wheeled) two-way traffic or (wheeled) traffic at all; in later Hippodamic coloniae – as found in Western Europe like Xanten and Trier – streets were wide enough to cope with traffic. Local governments tried to keep traffic flow under control by means of legislation and creating fixed traffic circulation, including zigzag and parallel routes, and routes around the forum. The forum itself was never accessible for wheeled traffic, only for pedestrians.
    ISSN: 00651141
    E-ISSN: 2227538X
    Source: Archival Journals (JSTOR)
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  • 4
    Language: English
    In: Acta Classica, 1 January 2011, Vol.54, pp.149-171
    Description: The Roman road-system (including urban street systems) is one of the most famous features of the Roman Empire. In cities, especially the older and smaller ones such as Pompeii, streets were narrower and not always suitable for (wheeled) two-way traffic or (wheeled) traffic at all; in later Hippodamic coloniae – as found in Western Europe like Xanten and Trier – streets were wide enough to cope with traffic. Local governments tried to keep traffic flow under control by means of legislation and creating fixed traffic circulation, including zigzag and parallel routes, and routes around the forum. The forum itself was never accessible for wheeled traffic, only for pedestrians.
    Keywords: Social sciences -- Human geography -- Political geography ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Transportation ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Transportation ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Transportation ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Civil engineering ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Civil engineering ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Transportation ; Social sciences -- Urban studies -- Urban sociology ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Civil engineering ; Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Transportation
    ISSN: 00651141
    E-ISSN: 2227538X
    Source: Archival Journals (JSTOR)
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  • 5
    Language: English
    In: Mnemosyne, 2015, Vol.68(5), p.794(20)
    Description: The founding of a city requires certain hygienic and meteorological conditions. The climate must be moderate, neither too hot, nor too cold; neither too dry, nor too moist; fresh air and water are crucial. Ancient medical writers such as the authors of the Hippocratic Corpus, Celsus and Galen prescribe ideal conditions for the city. Wind-directions, local climate (heat, cold, humidity), quantity and quality of air and water and a clean environment were crucial factors to establish a healthy city. Did their opinions correspond with the opinions of non-medical ancient sources like Vitruvius, Varro, and Columella? And, finally, were these conditions really realised in practice, as proved by excavations? According to his book Res rusticae, the Roman author M. Terentius Varro improved the hygienic situation by cleaning polluted air, when he changed the position of doors and windows. If this story is true, there is evidence that there was some knowledge of improving health, bringing theory into practice. Keywords Meteorology--medicine--Hippocrates--Varro--city planning DOI 10.1163/1568525X-12341641
    Keywords: Ancient Cities – Health Aspects ; Ancient Cities – Natural History ; Medicine – History ; Meteorology – History ; Urban Planning – History
    ISSN: 0026-7074
    E-ISSN: 1568525X
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  • 6
    Language: English
    In: The American journal of case reports, 16 December 2016, Vol.17, pp.957-962
    Description: BACKGROUND Post-poliomyelitis syndrome (PPS) is a progressive neuromuscular syndrome, with chronic pain being one of the most prevalent symptoms. We present a case report on intrathecal analgesic drug delivery to diminish chro-nic, refractory pain in a patient with PPS. CASE REPORT In a wheelchair-bound 45-year-old female patient (Caucasian, body mass index [BMI] 20.5) with severe chronic, refractory pain, a Synchromed® II pump (Medtronic, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA) was implanted after multidisciplinary consultation and a successful trial period. After 8 months, relocation of the pump due to regional pressure problems with surrounding erythema had to occur. A second pump relocation due to pressure pro-blems and skin erosion was needed 18 months after the first relocation, moving from the abdominal wall to the sheath of the rectus abdominis muscle, resulting in resolution of the problems. CONCLUSIONS In patients with PPS, intrathecal analgesic drug delivery can be an option to treat chronic, refractory pain. Multidisciplinary consultation is necessary to deal with the wide variety of problems in these patients. Skin problems at the site of the pump reservoir can be challenging and time-consuming and, ultimately, can necessitate relocation (or removal) of the device.
    Keywords: Pain Management ; Analgesics -- Administration & Dosage ; Postpoliomyelitis Syndrome -- Drug Therapy
    E-ISSN: 1941-5923
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    Language: English
    In: Nature, July 2018, Vol.559(7714), pp.E10
    Description: In this Article, author Benedikt Brors was erroneously associated with affiliation number '8' (Department of Developmental Neurobiology, St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, USA); the author's two other affiliations (affiliations '3' and '7', both at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)) were correct. This has been corrected online.
    Keywords: Cancer ; Medical Schools;
    ISSN: 00280836
    E-ISSN: 1476-4687
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  • 9
    In: Journal of Pain & Relief, 2018, Vol.07(03)
    ISSN: Journal of Pain & Relief
    E-ISSN: 21670846
    Source: CrossRef
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  • 10
    In: Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 05/05/2017, Vol.30(3), pp.551-557
    Description: BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVESeveral diagnostic criteria sets are described in the literature to identify low back pain subtypes, but very little is known about the inter-rater reliability of these criteria. We conducted a study to determine the reliability of diagnostic tests that point towards SI joint-, disc- or facet joint pain. METHODSInter-rater reliability study alongside three randomized clinical trials. Multidisciplinary pain center of general hospital. Patients aged 18 or more with medical history and physical examination suggestive of sacroiliac joint-, disc- and facet joint pain on lumbar level. Making use of nowadays most common used diagnostic criteria, a physical examination is taken independently by three physicians (two pain physicians and one orthopedic surgeon). Inter-rater reliability (Kappa (κ) measure of agreement) and significance (p) between raters are presented. Strengths of agreement, indicated with κ values above 0,20, are presented in order of agreement. RESULTSOne hundred patients were included. None of the parameters from the physical investigation had κ values of more than 0.21 (fair) in all pairs of raters. Between two raters (C and D), there was an almost perfect agreement on three parameters, more specifically ``Abnormal sensory and motor examination, hyperactive or diminished reflexes'', ``Sitting exam shows no reflex, motor or sensory signs in the legs'' and ``Straight leg raising (Laségue) negative between 30 and 70 degrees of flexion''. The ``Drop test positive'' parameters had moderate strength of agreement between raters A and D and fair strength between raters A and B. The ``Digital interspinous pressure test positive'' had moderate strength of agreement between raters C and D and fair strength of agreement between raters A and B as well as raters B and C. Three other parameters had a fair strength of agreement between two raters, all other parameters had a slight or poor strength of agreement. Inter-rater reliability, confidence intervals and significance of pooled items for SI joint-, disc- and facet joint pain are represented; κ values for the pooled parameters of the physical examination suggestive of SI joint pain stayed below 0.20 between all raters. The same applies for the pooled parameters of the physical examination suggestive of facet joint or disc pain. CONCLUSIONSThe poor reliability of the diagnostic parameters seriously limits their predictive validity, and as such their use in patients with low back pain for more than 3 months.
    Keywords: Adult–Diagnosis ; Arthralgia–Complications ; Female–Diagnosis ; Humans–Complications ; Intervertebral Disc Degeneration–Diagnosis ; Intervertebral Disc Displacement–Classification ; Low Back Pain–Diagnosis ; Lumbosacral Region–Etiology ; Male–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Middle Aged–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Observer Variation–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Physical Examination–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Range of Motion, Articular–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Reproducibility of Results–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Sacroiliac Joint–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Zygapophyseal Joint–Statistics & Numerical Data ; Reliability and Validity ; Diagnostic Equipment ; Facet Joint ; Low Back Pain ; Reliability of Results ; Sacroiliac Joint;
    ISSN: 10538127
    E-ISSN: 18786324
    Source: CrossRef
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