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it has traveled and to create maps of its surroundings. To save time and money on construction, this robot will use the same main controller circuit board and transmitter device that we built during the last crocodile robot project. The only difference with the main controller board will be with the software of the PIC 16F84. The robot will also adopt the wireless data link that was utilized in the last chapter. The robot with the remote control is shown in Figure 7.2.
Number of copies: 1 Do not plot to le Perform a preview 2. When starting a drawing from scratch, select Metric. Paper size: A4 Units: Millimeters Drawing orientation: Landscape Plot area: Limits Plot scale: 1 mm 10 units Plot with lineweights Number of copies: 1 Perform a preview Plot to le 3. Open slide.dwg (from problem 4 in 24). Zoom in so that the slide lls most of the screen. Enter the PLOT command and choose the Limits option in the Plot area portion of the dialog box. Plot the drawing. Then create two more plots, one with the Extents radio button selected, and one with the Display radio button selected. Compare the drawings. 4. Choose and plot a drawing that you created in an earlier chapter. Consider the scale and drawing area so that dimensions measure correctly on the plotted sheet. Text and linetypes should also measure correctly on the sheet. For example, 1/8 text should measure 1/8 in height.
As has been remarked, many diseases that interfere with cerebral development also deform the cranial and facial bones, eyes, nose, and ears. Such somatic stigmata therefore assume signi cance as indicators of altered cerebral structure and function. Moreover, they constitute irrefutable evidence that the associated neural abnormality is in the nature of a maldevelopment, either hereditary or the result of a disease acquired during the intrauterine period. There are so many cerebrosomatic anomalies that one can hardly retain visual images of them, much less recall all the physicians names by which they are known. Of necessity one turns to atlases, one of the best of which has been compiled by Holmes and colleagues and is based on clinical material drawn in large part from the Fernald School and Eunice K. Shriver Center in Massachusetts. The reader may also turn to the books by Gorlin and colleagues and by Jones for speci c information. Ford s Diseases of the Nervous System in Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence is still a valuable reference, as is Jablonski s Dictionary of Syndromes and Eponymic Diseases. There is some advantage in grouping these anomalies according to whether the extremities, face, eyes, ears, and skin are associated with a cerebral defect. The sheer number and variety of these anomalies permit only an enumeration of the more common ones and their most obvious physical characteristics. To identify a particular anomaly, one must turn to the specialized monographs and atlases mentioned above. Unfortunately, apart from certain genetic linkages, no useful leads as to their origin have been forthcoming. The Syndactylic-Craniocerebral Anomalies (Acrocephalosyndactyly) Commonly, fusion of two ngers or two toes or the presence of a tab of skin representing an extra digit may be seen at birth in an otherwise normal individual. However, as pointed out above, when syndactylism is of more severe degree and is accompanied by premature closure of cranial sutures, the nervous system usually proves to be abnormal as well. The general term acrocephalosyndactyly is used to describe the several combinations of craniostenotic and facial deformities and fusion of digits. Several of these disorders are a consequence of mutations in genes encoding one of two broblast growth factors or proteins related to them. The following descriptions include only the major features; most have, in addition, distinctive malformations of the orbits, ears, and palate. 1. Acrocephalosyndactyly types I and II (typical and atypical Apert syndrome). Turri-brachycephalic skull, syndactyly of hands and feet ( mitten hands, sock feet ), moderate to severe mental retardation. Acrocephalosyndactyly III (Saethre-Chotzen syndrome). Various types of craniostenosis, proximally fused and shortened
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