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Quadriceps Insufficiency following Repair of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament*.
- C. Lopresti, D. Kirkendall, G. Street, A. Dudley
- The Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical…
This study was originally presented at the American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting in San Diego, CA, 1984. Following repair of the anterior cruciate ligament, it is fairly typical for a… Expand
The intranuclear cleft of the intervertebral disk: magnetic resonance imaging.
- L. A. Aguila, D. Piraino, M. Modic, A. Dudley, P. Duchesneau, M. Weinstein
- 1 April 1985
Three cadaver spines, 40 patients who were symptomatic for lumbar disk disease, and ten healthy subjects were examined by MR. T2 weighted spin echo images were used to evaluate the character of an… Expand
Inconclusive clinical and ultrasound evaluation of the scrotum: impact of magnetic resonance imaging on patient management and cost.
OBJECTIVES To determine the diagnostic utility and net cost of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the management of clinically and sonographically inconclusive scrotal lesions. METHODS A… Expand
Increased incidence of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance in blacks and its age-related differences with whites on the basis of a study of 397 men and one woman in a hospital setting.
Serum samples from 398 individuals (270 whites and 128 blacks) exhibiting quantitatively normal amounts of five typically seen fractions (albumin, alpha 1-globulin, alpha 2-globulin, beta-globulin,… Expand
Colloid (hyaline) inclusion bodies in the central nervous system: their presence in the substantia nigra is diagnostic of Parkinson's disease.
Intracytoplasmic "colloid" inclusions have been described within neurons of several discrete central nervous system nuclei in a variety of entities. Although they lack specificity for any particular… Expand
Cerebral vasculitis in relapsing polychondritis
Recurrent inflammation of cartilage in multiple sites is a hallmark of relapsing polychondritis (RP). Neurologic complications of this disease have begun to attract increasing attention, but the… Expand
Parenteral nutrition selectively decreases protein synthesis in the small intestine.
- M. Dudley, L. Wykes, +6 authors P. Reeds
- Biology, Medicine
- American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal…
We investigated the effects of an elemental diet fed parenterally or enterally on total mucosal protein and lactase phlorizin hydrolase (LPH) synthesis. Catheters were placed in the stomach, jugular… Expand
Pathological changes in the nervous system following in utero exposure to halothane.
Abstract Tissue samples from the cerebral cortex of rats which had been exposed in utero to 10 ppm halothane (8 hours/day/5 days/week throughout pregnancy) were studied electron microscopically. In… Expand
Reevaluation of the size of the lateral ventricles of the brain
Corrective surgical intervention in cases of “normal-pressure’’ hydrocephalus may yield dramatic results, especially since this entity is one of a few treatable dementia syndromes. Recent interest… Expand
Immunohistochemical characterization of pulmonary blastoma.
- K. Berean, L. Truong, A. Dudley, P. Cagle
- Biology, Medicine
- American journal of clinical pathology
- 1 June 1988
The immunohistochemical staining patterns of three pulmonary blastomas (PBs) were studied for markers of mesenchymal (vimentin, muscle-specific actin) and epithelial (cytokeratin, epithelial membrane… Expand