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β-D-ribo-Hexopyranoside, (3β,6α,12β,20E)-3,12-dihydroxydammara-20(22),24-dien-6-yl 2-O-(6-deoxy-α-L-mannopyranosyl)-, (3ξ)-/(3β,6α,12β,20E)-3,12-Dihydroxydammara-20(22),24-dien-6-yl (3ξ)-2-O-(6-deoxy-α-L-mannopyranosyl)-β-D-ribo-hexopyranoside/ginsenoside F4/(20E)-Ginsenoside F4
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Three new species of the genus Plato from caves in the states of Para and Minas Gerais, Brazil, are described. P. novalima sp. n., from Minas Gerais, is the first record of the genus in the southeastern region of Brazil. P. ferriferus sp. n. and P. striatus sp. n., from Carajas, Para, north of Brazil, are also described. The former is an extremely abundant species, whereas the latter has only one known male specimen. Cuacuba gen. n. is proposed and represented by two new species, C. mariana sp. n. (type species) and C. morrodopilar sp. n., both from the state of Minas Gerais. Morphology of genitalia in Cuacuba gen. n. is similar to other Theridiosomatidae genera and is herein discussed. None of the proposed species presents troglomorphic adaptations. They are widespread, abundant inside caves in different and large karst areas, and each genus prefers different lithologies.
biospeleology, Neotropical region, taxonomy
Three new species of the spider genus Plato and the new genus Cuacuba from caves of the states of Para and Minas Gerais, Brazil (Araneae, Theridiosomatidae)
Pedro H. Prete,1 Igor Cizauskas,1 and Antonio D. Brescovit1
2018 Apr 27.
This study aimed to compare the usage of Western medicine and traditional Korean medicine for treating joint disorders in Korea. Data of claims from all medical institutions with billing statements filed to HIRA from 2011 to 2014 for the four most frequent joint disorders were used for the analysis. Data from a total of 1,100,018 patients who received medical services from 2011 to 2014 were analyzed. Descriptive statistics are presented as type of care and hospital type. All statistical analyses were performed using IBM SPSS for Windows version 21. Of the 1,100,018 patients with joint disorders, 456,642 (41.5%) were males and 643,376 (58.5%) were females. Per diem costs of hospitalization in Western medicine clinics and traditional Korean medicine clinics were approximately 160,000 KRW and 50,000 KRW, respectively. Among costs associated with Western medicine, physiotherapy cost had the largest proportion (28.78%). Among costs associated with traditional Korean medicine, procedural costs and treatment accounted for more than 70%, followed by doctors’ fees (21.54%). There were distinct differences in patterns of medical care use and cost of joint disorders at the national level in Korea. This study is expected to contribute to management decisions for musculoskeletal disease involving joint disorders.
Use of Western Medicine and Traditional Korean Medicine for Joint Disorders: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis Based on Korean Nationwide Insurance Data
Boyoung Jung, 1 , 2 Sukjin Bae, 2 and Soyoon Kim 3 , 4
2017 Dec 6.
Public Health and Poor-Law Medical Services
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