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How to add DSC in Powershell ?
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Add-WindowsFeature Dsc-Service


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Day 1: Intro to PowerShell DSC and Configuring Your First Pull Server - System Center Central
nd complete the wizard. [imagelink] Notes: You will need the above on any system where you intend to author DSC configurations. You can also add this feature via PowerShell with this one-liner: <span>Add-WindowsFeature Dsc-Service 3) Enable a WS Management listener if not already enabled. winrm quickconfig This was not enabled by default in the standard Windows Server 2012 gallery images I used for this tutorial.







Flashcard 4307599363340

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How to enable WS Management Listener ?
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winrm quickconfig


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Day 1: Intro to PowerShell DSC and Configuring Your First Pull Server - System Center Central
intend to author DSC configurations. You can also add this feature via PowerShell with this one-liner: Add-WindowsFeature Dsc-Service 3) Enable a WS Management listener if not already enabled. <span>winrm quickconfig This was not enabled by default in the standard Windows Server 2012 gallery images I used for this tutorial. If you don’t know, you can simply run the command and if already configured,







Flashcard 4307734105356

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Can occur at any age but rare in children & adults under 20 yrs


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Flashcard 4308160089356

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A 24-year-old Asian man who is a graduate student is discovered to have asymptomatic microscopic hematuria during a routine examination for a sports-related injury. The BP is 118/72 mmHg. His body mass index (BMI) is 33 kg/m 2 . The remainder of the history and physical examination is unremarkable. The serum creatinine level is 0.78 mg/dl. The urine sediment reveals 10–15 erythro- cytes per high power field, of which 50% are dys- morphic. A spot urine albumin-to-creatinine ratio is 39 mg/g. The fasting blood glucose is 110 mg/dl. Which ONE of the following lesions is MOST likely to be found on renal biopsy? A. FSGS B. Thin basement membrane nephropathy C. Minimal change disease D. IgA nephropathy E. Early diabetic glomerulosclerosis
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Answer D: IgA nephropathy
This young Asian man has asymptomatic glomerular dysmorphic hematuria and increased albuminuria. He has no evidence of a systemic disease, his blood pressure is normal, and his kidney function is normal. Based on large scale kidney biopsy series in subjects of similar demographics, IgA nephropathy (option D) is the most common lesion encountered. Although he is obese, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (option A) would be unlikely given the relatively low level of albuminuria and the presence of glomerular hematuria. Thin basement membrane nephropathy (option B) is possible, but is less likely to be found when compared to IgA nephropathy. Minimal change disease (option C) is unlikely due to the low level of albuminuria and nephritic presentation. Early diabetic glomerulosclerosis (option E) is unlikely to cause dysmorphic hematuria and increased albuminuria.


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A 23-yr-old white woman presents with recurrent episodes of macroscopic hematuria in the previ- ous 1 yr. Her blood pressure (BP) is 150/95 mmHg. No edema is present. A urinalysis reveals 50 to 100 erythrocytes per high-power field (50% dysmorphic), several erythrocyte casts, and 4⫹ proteinuria. Six months ago, her serum creatinine was 0.9 mg/dl. Her serum creatinine is now 1.9 mg/dl, and a random urine specimen contains 2 g of protein per gram of creatinine. A renal biopsy reveals that 30% of the glomeruli are involved with focal and segmental or circumferential cel- lular crescents. The remaining glomeruli show mesangial proliferation and focal and segmental glomerulosclerosis. The immunofluorescence study shows 3⫹ IgA, 2⫹ IgG, 1⫹ IgM, 3⫹ C3, negative C1q, and 3⫹ fibrin/fibrinogen. In addition to blood pressure (BP) control with an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor, which ONE of the following therapies would you add to her regimen as initial therapy? A. Fish-oils at 6 g daily. B. Oral prednisone at 60 mg daily. C. Cyclosporine at 5 mg/kg daily. D. Oral prednisone at 60 mg daily; oral cyclo- phosphamide at 1.5 mg/kg daily. E. Oral prednisone at 60 mg daily; oral myco- phenolate mofetil at 1.0 g twice daily.
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How does the brain—an organ weighing only three pounds

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Specific regions of the cortex involved in the recognition of a spoken or written word can be identified with positron emission tomography (PET).

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Specific regions of the cortex involved in the recognition of a spoken or written word can be identified with [...].
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positron emission tomography (PET)


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Specific regions of the cortex involved in the recognition of a spoken or written word can be identified with positron emission tomography (PET). Each of the four images of the human brain shown here (from the left side

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what does PET stand for?(neural science)
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Positron emission tomography


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positron emission tomography
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If the second language is acquired early, however, both the native language and the second lan- guage are represented in a common region in Broca’s area

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h and her colleagues made the interest- ing discovery that processing of one’s native language and processing of a second lan

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nce of such separate proc

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activated whether the word is heard or read. Thus both visual and auditory pathways c

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Flashcard 4320009784588

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reading or hearing a word) activates the regions of the brain shown in A and B. The “o
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e word produces a response both in the primary visual cortex and in the visual assoc

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Subjects were asked to respond to the word “brain” with an appropriate verb, for example, “to think.

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