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Lumbar artery pseudoaneurysms are infrequent complications of penetrating trauma. When present, they are often accompanied by other injuries; however, we report the case of an isolated traumatic lumbar artery aneurysm resulting from a single knife stab. The lesion was successfully treated with endovascular microcoil embolization. While these injuries are(More)
Methods 190 JIA patients were treated with abatacept for 4 months in an open-label lead-in period (Period A). ACR Pedi 30 responders (n = 123) were then randomized 1:1 to receive abatacept or placebo for 6 months in a double-blind withdrawal period (Period B). Activity participation for the child and the parents were assessed, along with clinical and(More)
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