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2005 Süveges, I. (2004): A vakságról. A csökkentlátók visualis rehabilitációja. (About blindness. Visual rehabilitation of visually

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419 Brauer, T., Grossenbacher, R.: Blindness following reduction of a malar fracture. HNO, 2007, 55 , 211–216. Grossenbacher R

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Magdalena Drążek-Kubiak, Marcin Lew, and Sylwia Lew

. J. Vet. Res. 45 , 1166 – 1171 . Hurn , S. D. , Hardman , C. and Stanley , R. G. ( 2003 ): Day-blindness in three dogs: clinical and electroretinographic findings . Vet

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performance in the blind . Nature Neuroscience, , 6 , 758 – 66 . Ballesteros , S. , Bardisa , D. , Millar , S. , & Reales , J. M. ( 2005 ). The haptic test battery: a new

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( Delwiche, 2012 ). The involvement of people with visual disability in sensory analysis of fruits showing defects allowed the blind consumer’s acceptance to ‘go beyond the appearances’ ( Bartolini et al., 2015 , 2017 ). To overcome the consumers

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306 Tanamly, M. D., Tadros, F., Labeeb, S. és mtsai: Randomised double-blinded trial evaluating silymarin for chronic hepatitis C in an Egyptian village: study description and

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role of endosymbiotic Wolbachia bacteria in the pathogenesis of river blindness. Science 295, 1892–1895 (2002) Pearlman E. The role of endosymbiotic Wolbachia bacteria in the

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Gusztáv Klenk, József Katona, Gábor Kenderfi, János Lestyán, Katalin Gombos, and Andor Hirschberg

, El Attar A. Acute retrobulbar haemorrhage complicating a malar fracture. J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 1982; 40: 234–236. 8 Heinze JB, Hueston JT. Blindness after blepharoplasty; mechanism

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This article addresses the potential effectiveness of blind review in selecting and funding research proposals in a “scientifically small” country. By analyzing 474 responses of the blinded reviewers ever worked for Korea Science and Engineering Fund, it was found that blind review is fairly effective. About two thirds of the blinded reviewers were unable to recognize the applicants accurately. The applicant detection was affected by (1) physical age, (2) professional experience, and (3) geographical location of doctoral education of the applicant, (4) review experience, (5) rank of employing universities of the reviewers, and (6) similirity of research interest between an applicant and a reviewer. It was also found that blind review was more strongly advocated by those who had made a wrong guess or who had given up guessing. Implications of the findings and future research directions were discussed.

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]. M. D. Tanamly F. Tadros S. Labeeb 2004 Randomised double-blinded trial evaluating silymarin for chronic hepatitis C in an Egyptian village: study description and 12-month results Dig. Liv. Dis. 36 752 – 759 . [22]. A. Gordon

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