cauter


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cauter

(ˈkɔːtə)
n
an ironlike instrument used for cauterizing and searing organic tissue
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Some studies in non-athletes have found Cortisol levels to, on average, differ between men and women (Purnell, Brandon, Isabelle, Loriaux, & Samuels, 2004; Van Cauter, Leproult, & Kupfer, 1996).
The decline in stage N3 and REM sleep along with increased number of arousals or WASO [Tables 1 and 2] that we noted in our study is in agreement with the study conducted by Van Cauter et al.[23] who found that there is an age-related decline in slow-wave sleep (SWS) (N3%) and REM% and also there is increased sleep fragmentation which can be explained on the basis of dysregulation of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis seen in the elderly.
Eve Van Cauter e colaboradores (2007), estudaram o efeito de tres diferentes tempos de sono em onze individuos do sexo masculino, com idades compreendidas entre os 18 e os 27 anos.
Eve Van Cauter at the University of Chicago, who first described the association between sleep deprivation and increased caloric Intake in 2004.
Outros autores, Schimidt, (1991), Vrijens e Cauter (1983), afirmam que a maturacao nao parece ter uma grande influencia sobre as habilidades motoras especificas.
van Cauter, "Circadian misalignment augments markers of insulin resistance and inflammation, independently of sleep loss," Diabetes, vol.
Van Cauter et al., "Comparison of unsupervised classification methods for brain tumor segmentation using multi-parametric MRI," NeuroImage: Clinical, vol.
Van Cauter et al., "Hierarchical non-negative matrix factorization to characterize brain tumor heterogeneity using multi-parametric MRI," NMR in Biomedicine, vol.
In the other group who underwent surgery with the Milligan-Morgan method, the package was excised with cauter; the pedicle of the package was sutured, and the flaw was left open.
We cannot exclude that these systematic differences have affected the results via altered waking time, circadian rhythm and / or glucose tolerance (Scheen and Van Cauter, 1988; Jarrett et al., 1972), although the time lags cannot be described as large.