A 47-Year-Old Man with Abdominal and Flank Pain 1. An apical two-chamber view shows an aneurysmal left ventricular apex with a mobile thrombus. Thinning of the left ventricular apical wall and increased echogenicity are seen, with formation of a ventricular aneurysm. There is distortion of the shape of the ventricular cavity during diastole. The walls show dyskinesia (a paradoxical motion in systole). True aneurysms characteristically have a wide neck, similar to the maximal width of the aneurysmal cavity. A mobile, speckled, echogenic mass (1.0 cm by 0.8 cm) is seen at the apex. 2. A balanced steady-state free precession cine sequence: during the cine images, the left ventricular apex is dyskinetic; as the heart beats in systole there is increased outpouching of the aneurysm (top).
Dyskinetic Syndrome in Tarantula This is a recording of my juvenile rose hair tarantula going through spasms from what I perceive to be Dyskinetic Syndrome. I'm not entirely sure if that's the case or not but I don't think the spasms have to do with dehydration. I'm not sure what *** the tarantula is but I've had it for about 1 year and it has been perfectly healthy before now. The spasms began a few days after its last molt which was about two weeks ago. The spider is still able to function despite the spasms and I've witnessed it laying web recently. I've been feeding it small crickets. I fed it three crickets about 3-4 days ago and they have since disappeared so I assume they were eaten although i did not witness the event. If anyone knows if this is indeed DS or something else, I would greatly appreciate your feedback.
Moja L.parahybana ima Dyskinetic Syndrome/ My Lasidora parahybana with Dyskinetic Syndrome My two week old parahybana seems to have Dyskinetic Syndrome and i am very sad...
P.irminia-Dyskinetic syndrome (?) problem with spider
Pamphobeteus nigricolor eating a mouse Pamphobeteus nigricolor tarantula
dyskinetic syndrome (chaco) Chaco showing symptoms of DS
Mucosal Waves True vocal folds vibrates at high frequency and its vibrations are invisible on indirect laryngoscopy (IDL) examination. Rigid endoscopy enabled a magnified and clearer view of the vocal folds and its vibrations can be usually seen. However, cycle-to-cycle changes and mucosal waves propagation can only be visualized by using a videostroboscope or high-speed videos. The former technology utilizes an intermittent light flashes close to but not exactly the same frequency of the as vibrating vocal folds to produce an illusion of slow motion effect (NB: exact frequency will give static/still image). Presence of mucosal waves, vocal folds symmetry, and areas of dyskinetic or stiff vocal fold segments can be ***ysed in detail. This examination is very is very useful especially for diagnostic and monitoring purposes. This examination can be supplemented with electoglottography for further voice ***ysis. High speed video is one the state of art technology which allows few thousands of still image to be taken in a second and provide evidence for precise ***ysis of vocal fold dynamic and pathological conditions. Although it is not widely use in day-to-day practice, is going to be of significant leap as a research tool in an established speech lab. This video shows the view of the vibrating vocal folds as taken using videostroboscopy technique. Normal mucosal waves and symmetric adduction are shown clearly. Underlying laryngopharyngeal reflux disease are manifested by redness and ...
DYSKINETIC ANTERIOR LEFT VENTRICULAR WALL / RADIAL STRAIN
Dyskinetic crickets? Found these two in the bottom of my box of feeder crickets. Not sure if they are just close to a molt, dieing, or maybe have dyskinetic syndrome.
dysfunkcja ruchowa dyskinetic syndrome - lasiadora dysfunkcja ruchowa dyskinetic syndrome u ptasznika lasiadory L9-10
dyskinetic syndrome 02 dyskinetic syndrome 02 parahybana
Grammostola rosea with Diskinetic syndrone update #4 Here yet another update to my G. rosea that had symptoms of DKS. All better and growing quick. Enjoy.
L. Parahybana L 12 dyskinetic syndrome
AviculariaMove.wmv Avicularia - Dyskinetic Syndrome ?
How to revive a dehydrated T This is in my opinion(formed from personal experience) a better option than your conventional ICU to revive a dehydrated tarantula. This girl has been curling up due to dehydration. I've been keeping her waterdish full and soaking her enclosure to no avail. I had seen on Paul Becker's website,, that he had used a setup like this for his T's. I decided to try it myself b/c it makes more sense to me than an ICU with paper towels and a water dish. This method makes the container a waterdish which gives a T easier access to more water which is what they need. Full credit goes to Paul Becker.
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Dyskinetic syndrome in wild-caught Coremiocnemis sp. An old video, but I decided to put it up anyway, to illustrate the dangers of buying wild-caught animals - you always run the risk of it having some sort of disease or parasite(s). In this case, the spider was a Coremiocnemis species, WC from Malaysia. It didn't survive, obviously.
P.regalis sling off for a wander A somewhat over-long (and, I suppose, ultimately quite dull) video of one of my P.regalis slings making a break for freedom. I'm stunned at their growth rate - from 2cm furball cuties to 4" death-dealing arachnoidal space aliens in just under 4 months. My original plan was to set up a communal tank with the 5 slings bought from TheSpiderShop last September, but the more I read about the conditions that promote communal living in this species, the less attractive it sounded. In the wild the spiders will put up with each other when there is very little territory available to spread out to once the slings are independant. In other words, and only my own perception, the conditions must be severe enough for the creatures to overcome their innate cannibalistic tendencies. I opted for 5 seperate enclosures. Unfortunately I lost one very early on to what appeared to be Dyskinetic Syndrome (DS), a rather unpleasant looking condition which appears almost like fits when any stimulus is applied (even turning on the lights in the room would trigger an episode). Glad to say the others are healthy and feeding well.
Action Medical Research - Riley's Story Action Medical Research is supporting the development of a new seat design for severely disabled children like five-year-old Riley, who appears in this film. Who could this chair help? This chair is being specifically designed to help very severely disabled children who suffer from uncontrollable spasms. This makes standard seating extremely uncomfortable for them. It could help children with conditions such as dystonic cerebral palsy. Is this chair currently available, either privately or on the NHS? No, the design of the chair is still under development and this will take a number of years to complete. It is this work that is currently being supported by funding from Action Medical Research. When will the chair be available? Although pilot work has been completed, it will take a number of years to refine the design. How much will it cost and will it be available on the NHS? These issues could only be decided once closer to production. We are some years away from this. What is Action Medical Researchs involvement in this seating project? Action Medical Research funds medical research projects at hospitals and universities around the UK. We are currently funding the research teams that are working on this particular project. The charity does not provide funding for individuals or sell or supply equipment. Please be prepared -- Riley's story offers real hope but some may find it upsetting
Dyskinetic Syndrome I am in the middle of an outbreak of what seems to be Dyskinetic Syndrome. =-(
Pamphobeteus platyomma, possibly has dyskinetic syndrome
Poecilotheria pederseni - Possible development of dyskinetic syndrome This clip shows unusual movement exhibited by a mated adult female Poecilotheria pederseni. Possibly the early stages of dyskinetic syndrome. The spider was perfectly mobile only 24 hours previously.
Human Mincer - DYSKINETIC MARTYR MODIFICATION - live @ Dead Haggis Deathfest
Pamphobeteus sp. platyomma adult male.avi
David - Human Mincer - Dyskinetic Martyr Modification David from Human Mincer playing Dyskinetic Martyr Modification @ Brutalmeria Fest, 29 Nov 2008
H.Hercules ?? dyskinetic syndrome ?? dyskinetic syndrome maybe
Dyskinetic Syndrome in Tarantulas. 7" female chaco starting to show signs of dyskinetic syndrome.
Human Mincer - Dyskinetic Martyr Modification Human Mincer - Dyskinetic Martyr Modification @ Neurotic DeathFest 2009, 013 Tilburg, Netherlands
Human Mincer- Dyskinetic Martyr Modification Song- Dyskinetic Martyr Modification Band- Human Mincer Album- Degradation Paradox (2008)
Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli mating Mating pair of P. tigrinawesseli
11 Ghosts II Some textural stuff, see my page for an HD still
MR_Abel_Bernat_Eszter_31_05_2008 Impression: Moderate reduction of LV function. Normal end-diastolic volume. Normal pulsating volume and LV muscle mass. The septum contracts well, it apical part is relaxing in asincron way compared to the basal and middle tierces. The anterolateral segment of the LV middle tierce is akinetic. The interolateral segment of the LV middle tierce is dyskinetic. The anterior and lateral segments of the apical part of the LV middle tierce is dyskinetic. The volume of the aneurysm is 1.1 ml, its wall is equivalent to myocardium. There are trabecules on the subendocardial surface of the aneurysm. After givind dye: myocardial necrosis of the dyskinetic part is not proven. Ther is no thrombus seen in the LV. 1 mm concentric PF in the pericardium. Tamás Simor MD, Attila Tóth MD, Hajnalka Vágó MD
H.Gigas water enclosure part 1
DKS Regalis This gal had to be frozen to protect the rest of my collection. Sad to have to kill such an awesome critter but a necessary evil.
Human Mincer - Sculpturing Himself Atrocity Human Mincer - Sculpturing Himself Atrocity @ Brutalmeria Fest Nov 08
Poecilotheria pederseni (Ghost Ornamental) Rehousing This one was kinda interesting Shoutouts to:
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