Tyry

Tyry

 

a river in the Yakut ASSR; a right tributary of the Aldan River of the Lena River basin. The Tyry measures 327 km in length and drains an area of 14,000 sq km. It originates in the Suntar-Khaiata Range and intersects the Sette-Daban Range. It is fed by snow and rain. The mean flow rate is approximately 85 cu m per sec. The Tyry freezes in the first half of October, and the ice breaks up in mid-May.

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We also wish to thank Amber Salter and Tuula Tyry for preparing the Consortium of MS Centers/NARCOMS data used in this manuscript.
Marrie RA, Cutter G, Tyry T, Campagnolo D, Vollmer T.
Purchased to Tyry the school~s new building facilities equipping with appropriate furniture.
In a 2007 national study with over 10,000 North American Research Committee on Multiple Sclerosis (NARCOMS) participants, only 12% reported no disability, whereas 55% reported requiring assistance with walking (Davis & Tyry, 2007).
gradual progressive deterioration with eventual fixed neurologic deficits (Buchanan, Radin, Chakravorty, & Tyry, 2010).
2009; Salter, Cutter, Tyry, Marrie, & Volmer, 2010; Scalfari et al.
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Due to the progressive nature of MS, an individual's need for personal assistance and care is likely to increase over the course of the disease, and nearly 30% of individuals with MS rely on support from informal caregivers to assist them in performing activities of daily living (Akkus, 2011; Buchanan, Radin, Chakravorty & Tyry, 2010; Kersten et al.
Dependence on mobility aids was used to attempt to identify more disabled participants who might therefore be living with more advanced MS (Buchanan, Radin, Chakravorty, & Tyry, 2009).
The types of assistance they provide have been well documented (Buchanan, Radin, Chakravorty, & Tyry, 2010; Carton, Loos, Pacolet, Versieck, & Vlietinck, 2000; Finlayson & Cho, 2008; Forbes et al.
In a recent survey of caregivers to relatively more disabled people with MS, more than a quarter of caregivers believed they would benefit from mental health counseling or treatment; however, only about one third of such caregivers actually sought these services, often citing healthcare coverage and out-of-pocket expense as barriers to access (Buchanan, Radin, Chakravorty, & Tyry, 2009).