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Robert Lowell was the most esteemed American poet of his era, enjoying a reputation comparable to that of his great modernist predecessors T.S.Eliot and William Butler Yeats. Lowell's influence on later generations continues to be felt and of the middle-generation poets he is second only to Bishop in this regard. Lowell was drawn to address the turmoil of his era in no small measure because his own life was itself manifestly turbulent. The careers of John Berryman and Theodore Roethke parallel that of Lowell in several crucial ways. Although both were slightly older than Lowell, Roethke was born in 1908, and Berryman in 1914, they rose to their greatest prominence, as Lowell did, in the 1950s and 1960s. Berryman remained rather uncomfortably close to his mother throughout his life, and the death of his father became one of the overarching concerns of The Dream Songs.
Our understanding of anatomical differences in people with autistic-spectrum disorder, is based on mixed-gender or male samples.
To study regional grey-matter and white-matter differences in the brains of women with autistic-spectrum disorder.
We compared the brain anatomy of 14 adult women with autistic-spectrum disorder with 19 controls using volumetric magnetic resonance imaging and voxel-based morphometry Results Women with autistic-spectrum disorder had a smaller density bilaterally of grey matter in the frontotemporal cortices and limbic system, and of white matter in the temporal lobes (anterior) and pons. In contrast, they had a larger white-matter density bilaterally in regions of the association and projection fibres of the frontal, parietal, posterior temporal and occipital lobes, in the commissural fibres of the corpus callosum (splenium) and cerebellum (anterior lobe). Further, we found a negative relationship between reduced grey-matter density in right limbic regions and social communication ability.
Women with autistic-spectrum disorder have significant differences in brain anatomy from controls, in brain regions previously reported as abnormal in adult men with the disorder. Some anatomical differences may be related to clinical symptoms.
PFGE was performed on residents' first clinical MRSA isolate (n = 94) during 8 years. Sixty-one percent of the isolates were clustered in time (P < .05) and space (P < .05) (ie, 2 separate statistically significant tests). Isolates from individual units were genetically related, with only the occasional unrelated isolate.
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