Нарушение схемы тела при ампутации нижних конечностей
In the internal medicine wide spectrum the gastroenterology is one of the chapters, less enlightened by the scientific evidence. It does not mean that the practice of the grasntroenterology may ot be improved by the systematic use of the approaches of the evidence based medicine
“The Leg,” seemingly a marginal piece of Faulkner’s Gothic written in the mid-twenties and first published in 1934, was translated and pirated into the Soviet Union along with the rest of the Collected Short Stories of William Faulkner in 1977. Over a dozen years later, Director Nikita Tyagunov spotted “The Leg” as a perfect story to be made into his first major film. The screenplay of Noga (Russian for “leg”) by Nadezhda Kozhushanaya powerfully transfers the original plot and characters to the Soviet Union and Afghanistan of the early 1980s, into the heart of the traumatic experience of the Russian soldiers at the Soviet-Afghan War. In this article, I deal with the issue of equivalence, regarding Noga as an adaptation of “The Leg” that simultaneously generalizes and specifies both the explicit and potential meanings of the Faulkner story. I focus on the major transgressions/developments of “The Leg” in its film version and the ending that moves the original plot another step “beyond,” without reducing the initial Faulknerian ambiguity. The phantom limb phenomenon, which is mystical rather than medical in Faulkner, becomes a universal metaphor for the intolerable pain of meaningless violence in Tyagunov, who died shortly after his film was released, and Kozhushanaya, who only lived for several years longer. I provide some cultural and historical commentary to the dense texture of the film, which breaks away from the genre conventions of the war action movie and/or mystical thriller, and speculate on some political implications of this early post-Cold War cinematic project.
Data management and analysis is one of the fastest growing and most challenging areas of research and development in both academia and industry. Numerous types of applications and services have been studied and re-examined in this field resulting in this edited volume which includes chapters on effective approaches for dealing with the inherent complexity within data management and analysis. This edited volume contains practical case studies, and will appeal to students, researchers and professionals working in data management and analysis in the business, education, healthcare, and bioinformatics areas.
This prototype development explains the challenges encountered during the ISO/IEEE 11073 standard implementation process. The complexity of the standard and the consequent heavy requirements, which have not encouraged software engineers to adopt the standard. The developing complexity evaluation drives us to propose two possible implementation strategies that cover almost all possible use cases and eases handling the standard by non-expert users. The first one is focused on medical devices (MD) and proposes a low-memory and low-processor usage technique. It is based on message patterns that allow simple functions to generate ISO/IEEE 11073 messages and to process them easily. MD act as X73 agent. Second one is focused on more powerful device X73 manager, which do not have the MDs' memory and processor usage constraints. The protocol between Agent and Manager is point-to-point and we can distribute the functionality between devices.
Developed both implementation X73 Agent and Manager will cut developing time for applications based on ISO/EEE 11073.