A S Laurence

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A 29-yr-old man, known to be a heroin addict, was found at home totally unrousable, bent on his hips in the lotus position. On admission, he required frequent ventricular defibrillation, external pacing and infusion of calcium. A diagnosis of rhabdomyolysis caused by heroin and cocaine overdose was made. He developed paraplegia below T12, acute renal(More)
The sensory role of the intact and ruptured anterior cruciate ligament was studied by the use of cortical evoked potentials during arthroscopy. This showed a response from the intact ligament in four patients that was reproducible. This response was consistent with those obtained from stimulation of the ipsilateral posterior tibial nerve. No response was(More)
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