Daily Archives: October 3, 2016

Newly discovered brachial plexus variation may explain cases of undiagnosed Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

The brachial plexus is the network of nerves that carries sensation from the skin of the upper extremity (arm), and supplies the muscles of the shoulder, arm, forearm, and hand. These nerves originate from the spinal cord,

Time arrow in nature: logical key to an information based universe

During the past century more and more counterintuitive, irrational or paradox mechanisms have been implemented in physics to “explain” our real world. They range from effects without causes in quantum physics and a four dimensional space time

Fistula salvage

For patients with renal failure renal replacement therapy, better known as dialysis is necessary.  Without dialysis the body’s waste products rapidly build up posing a risk of immediate death to the patient.  The most critical of these

Are we depressed when we miss our inner clock?

All of us have preferred times to wake up and to go to bed. We get hungry at approximately the same times each day and can concentrate better at other times. Such daily rhythms are not just