Brow-Sulzer Effect An enhancement of brightness/darkness perception is found in the time domain. Stimuli of short duration evoke stronger sensations than stimuli of long duration.
compact segment of an immunoglobulin molecule, made up of about 110 amino acids around an S-S bond, and encoded by a unique segment of DNA, surrounded by nontranslated sequences.
Broward general Medical Center
Broward general Medical Center is a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (USA).
Brown County General Hospital
Brown County General Hospital is a hospital in Georgetown, Ohio (USA).
Brown adipose tissue, a rapid source of energy for infants in whom it forms about 5% of their body weight. It is brown because the cells in it are packed full of small cellular organs called mitochondria, which are energy factories, and it has a rich supply of blood vessels. Brown fat is virtually gone by adulthood.
An ophthalmology (eye) problem. Brown syndrome is an abnormality that is present at birth (congenitally) and is characterized by an inability to elevate the eyeball when trying to move the eyeball to the outside. Brown syndrome can also occur because of other conditions which affect the normal function of the eye muscles.
Diplopia due to interference with smooth operation of superior oblique tendon. May occur in rheumatoid arthritis.
All doctors near Brownsville, the United States of America. Doctors who can assist a patient in Brownsville.
Brownsville General Hospital
The Brownsville General Hospital is a hospital in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States.
Brownsville Medical Center
Brownsville Medical Center is a hospital in Brownsville, Texas (USA).
Brownwood Regional Medical Center
Brownwood Regional Medical Center is a hospital in Brownwood, Texas (USA).
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A display which suggests that the presence of visible occluders permits amodal completion which aid figure-ground segmentation and object recognition.
A localized contrast effect which is limited to the border immediately adjecent to the contrast discontinuity.
The perceived brightness of real objects in a natural environment is largely independent of changes in the overall illumination.
Pathway that begins with the parasol (magno) ganglion cells in the retina and terminates within the magnocellular layer of the LGN. Has a high contrast gain than Parvocellular Pathway.
A visual stimulus that can be considered to be the sum of a large number of sine-wave components.
Rejects the notion that ideas were implanted in the mind at birth. Instead all complex ideas are built up for the sense organs. Ultimately all knowledge is achieved by associating simple sensations.
Affecting both sides.
A round eminence as found at the base of a horn.
Marked or covered with round eminences (bosses) resembling those found at the base of a horn.
Shaped like a bunch of grapes.
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