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Continuous monitoring represents a potentially significant paradigm shift for cyber security as practiced throughout the US Federal Government. With continuous monitoring, rather than test a system once every three years during certification and accreditation, the security controls that are most vital and most volatile in a computer system are tested(More)
As a preliminary study, we measured the necrosis of advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) by volume histogram after systemic chemotherapy and correlated it with clinical data. Five patients with advanced HCC secondary to chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis underwent pretreatment and posttreatment MR examination on a 1.5 T MR scanner following systemic(More)
A case report of severe rhabdomyolysis in a 33-year-old motorcyclist after multiple trauma is described. The injuries included severe thoracic and abdominal trauma as well as injuries to the extremities and spinal column. During the first 3 days of treatment a forced volume therapy was performed because of increased levels of creatine kinase during which(More)
BACKGROUND Various physician- and patient-reported instruments exist for quantification of disease activity in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) but none are widely used in routine clinical practice. A simple patient-reported outcome measure might help inform clinical decision making. We evaluated a patient-reported 0 to 10 score of IBD activity (IBD-10) by(More)
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