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Appropriately regularized OSEM can improve the reconstructed PET images of data with low count statistics
Objective: With the increasing number of patients undergoing positron emission tomography (PET) scans and the fact that multiple whole body acquisitions are performed during therapy monitoring, the reduction of scan time ...
Quantification of dysarthrοphonia in a Cypriot family with autosomal recessive hereditary spastic paraplegia associated with a homozygous SPG11 mutation
Background: Dysarthrophonia is often reported by hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) patients with SPG11 mutations but it has been poorly investigated. Objective: The goal of this study was to investigate dysarthrophonia ...
‘All we need is love (and money)’! What do higher education students want from their families?
Research has shown that consistent family support improves higher education (HE) students’ chances for adjustment and graduation but family over-involvement negatively affects students’ well-being. We theoretically bridge ...
Uncontrollable bodies: Greek Cypriot women talk about the transition to menopause
In this article, I explore Greek Cypriot women's interpretations and experiences of menopause and the menopausal body. The findings presented here illustrate that the menopausal body is commonly interpreted and experienced ...
Artists photographic reflections: Imag(in)ing the art museum through fictional narratives
This paper examines how artists employ photography to investigate and challenge the museum. It makes particular reference to the work of three women artists: Louise Lawler, Sophie Calle and Diane Neumaier. Their work is ...
Viewing the Eph receptors with a focus on breast cancer heterogeneity
Aberrant expression of different family members of the Eph/ephrin system, which comprises the Eph receptors (Ephs) and their ligands (ephrins), has been implicated in various malignancies including breast cancer. The latter ...
Neoliberal versus social justice reforms in education policy and practice: discourses, politics and disability rights in education
This article uses critical discourse analysis in order to discuss the equity and social justice implications of an envisaged education reform agenda in Cyprus, as articulated by two consultation reports commissioned by the ...
A continuous link between the disk and half-plane cases of Grace's theorem
We obtain a continuous link between the disk and half-plane cases of Grace's theorem and new, non-circular zero domains that stay invariant under the Schur–Szegő convolution.