By Korogodski L.I., Soibelman Y.S.
The e-book is dedicated to the research of algebras of capabilities on quantum teams. The authors' method of the topic relies at the parallels with symplectic geometry, permitting the reader to exploit geometric instinct within the concept of quantum teams. The e-book contains the idea of Poisson Lie teams (quasi-classical model of algebras of services on quantum groups), an outline of representations of algebras of capabilities, and the speculation of quantum Weyl teams. This e-book can function a textual content for an creation to the speculation of quantum teams
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A preoperative view, showing cyst formation; b 6 months after the transplantation; c 3 years after the transplantation, showing that cysts in the femoral head have disappeared Fig. Sa-d. Roentgenogram of the femoral head of case 2. a preoperative view showing extensive cyst formation in the femoral head; b preoperative tomogram; c 3 months after the transplantation; d 18 months after the transplantation showing that cystic changes have disappeared Revita1ization of the Osteonecrotic Femoral Head by Vascular Bundle Transplantation 51 cyst formation in the femoral head (Fig.
And yet the clinical and radiological presentation and evolution are remarkably similar. There are basically two broad pathogenetic concepts which have been widely reported. The ftrst concept is that the bone in the anterolateral segment infarcts rather quickly. This could come about either by occlusion of the posterolateral retinacular vessel or by emboli from a variety of sources fmding their way into the microcirculation in the subchondral region of bone. The subsequent collapse would then be on the basis of revascu1arization of the necrotic segment (Glimcher and Kenzora 1979).