of cardiac troponin: consequences for the diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction.
When clinicians see patients with AD who are having psychotic and other symptoms (e.g., delusions, hallucinations, and disturbances in diurnal rhythm
), they should check prescribed medications, physical illnesses, and mental stress because these factors can affect the cholinergic system and thereby contribute to psychosis.
IC placed in the uterotubal junction was successfully to measure intrauterine temperature and detected diurnal rhythm
. Fluctuation of uterine temperature was rather stable compared to rectal and vaginal temperature, and showed a luteal phase hyperthermia.
Performance measures show marked practice effects that may mask the true nature, if any, of a diurnal rhythm
, and although various methods can be used to balance for practice effects, such approaches assume that different participants exhibit similar time of day and practice trends (Folkard, 1984).
Heart rate normally varies according to a diurnal rhythm
under autonomic control; in atrial fibrillation the diurnal fluctuations in heart rate are greater.
Nelson, "Timing of light pulses and photoperiod on the diurnal rhythm
of hippocampal neuronal morphology of Siberian hamsters," Neuroscience, vol.
The ideal time for sampling is at the nadir in the diurnal rhythm
, typically close to midnight, which is impractical for outpatient blood sampling.
(1996) Diurnal rhythm
of the muscular performance of elbow flexors during isometric contractions.
A diurnal rhythm
of stimulatory input to the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal system as revealed by timed intrahypothalamic administration of the vasopressin V1 antagonist.
Conversely, the term "diurnal rhythm
" refers to patterns of activity or behavior that follow day-night cycles, such as the breakfast-lunch-dinner schedule.
Unlike troponin T, troponin I has no diurnal rhythm
Dafny, "Acute and chronic psychostimulant treatment modulates the diurnal rhythm
activity pattern of WKY female adolescent rats," Journal of Neural Transmission, vol.