pellock

pellock

(ˈpɛlək)
n
(Animals) a Scottish word for porpoise
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Epilepsy twin studies confirmed a concordance rate significantly higher in development of epileptic syndromes such as CAE (Reid, Berkovic & Petrou, 2009; Corey, Pellock, Kjeldsen & Nakken, 2011).
Hawley SR, Ablah E, Hesdorffer D, Pellock JM, Lindeman DP, Paschal AM, et al.
Epilepsy is considered a relatively common disorder of childhood (Shinnar & Pellock, 2002), and there is ample documentation regarding the parental perception regarding the risk of mortality during an acute seizure event, with many parents believing that their child was either dying or likely to die (Balslev, 1991; Baumer, David, Valentine, Roberts, & Hughes, 1981; Parmar, Sahu, & Bavdekar, 2001).
Youth learn more effectively when they understand how science content applies to everyday life, particularly when the educational setting is more life-like and less classroom-based (Brown, Collins, & Duguid, 1989; Threeton & Pellock, 2010).
Mah TF, Pitts B, Pellock B, Walker GC, Stewart PS, O'Toole GA.
The definition of SE in neonates, however, is even more controversial, as not only timing is argued but categories of electro clinical, electrographic and clinical only have been recognized (Morton and Pellock 2012).
DeLorenzo RJ, Hauser WA, Towne AR, Boggs JG, Pellock JM, Penberthy L, Garnett L, Fortner CA, Ko D.
8220;We had a easy transition with the integration between ITC Systems and ourselves and look forward to more opportunities to work together,” noted Pat Pellock, Director of MBS Systems Development.
Nakken KO, Solaas MH, Kieldsen MJ, Friis ML, Pellock JM, Corey LA.