For Immediate Release
- Sep 24 Sun 2006 23:02
- Sep 22 Fri 2006 23:46
- Sep 22 Fri 2006 00:15
Howard Shore’s complete Grammy-winning score for The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, from the epic film trilogy The Lord of the Rings, will be available in a deluxe four-disc edition from Reprise/WMG Soundtracks on November 7, 2006.
This historic release contains over 180 minutes of music on three CDs, comprising the full score of the 2002 film, composed by Howard Shore. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Complete Recordings marks the second edition of the three complete recording releases of the film trilogy whose score has been honored with three Academy Awards, four Grammy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards, and which has sold over 6 million copies worldwide. This deluxe set also includes exclusive new artwork, packaging, extensive liner notes written by Doug Adams, and “Gollum’s Song” performed by Emiliana Torrini.
- Sep 22 Fri 2006 00:11
- Sep 15 Fri 2006 18:32
Moderate-to-severe white-matter abnormalities predicted adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes at age 2.
Predicting neurodevelopmental outcomes of premature infants is important for parents and may help in the development of more precise interventions. In this prospective study, 167 preterm infants (gestational age at birth, 30 weeks) underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at the gestational age of 40 weeks and were followed until 2 years of age.
Increasing severity of cerebral white-matter abnormalities was significantly related to cognitive and psychomotor delay, cerebral palsy, and neurosensory impairment at age 2 years. For example, infants with no white-matter disease had significantly higher Mental Development Index scores compared with infants with severe white-matter abnormalities (mean scores, 92 vs. 70). Sixty-seven percent of infants with severe white-matter disease had cerebral palsy versus 2% of those with no abnormalities.
Comment: Should all very premature infants undergo MRIs before discharge? Editorialists indicate that it is too soon to use these study results to advocate for routine use of MRI. Rather, given the uncertainty of predicting neurodevelopmental outcome, they believe in the advice: "Take them home, give them lots of love, and let’s see how things go." I tend to agree, until we are more certain about which findings predict which outcomes.
— Howard Bauchner, MD
Published in Journal Watch Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine September 13, 2006
- Sep 15 Fri 2006 18:26
PSA screening and aggressive treatment are common among older men.
This trio of studies will be of interest to those who question whether prostate cancer screening, and aggressive treatment of localized prostate cancer, have become excessive.
- Sep 10 Sun 2006 19:30
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- Sep 10 Sun 2006 19:27
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- Sep 09 Sat 2006 00:05
有一個病人 mycotic aneurysm
- Sep 06 Wed 2006 22:19