Alfred F. Moran

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The harpoon presence as aggressor weapon is unusual in the neurosurgical practice. Most cases are associated with diving or sport activities as result of imprudence. A 31 year old patient who sustained a penetrating craniocerebral injury with a fishing harpoon is presented and complementary exams, neurosurgical procedure and postoperative evolution are(More)
In 1965, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Connecticut statute outlawing the use of birth control by married couples. Since then, 26 related cases have been heard by the court. Many of these directly involved teenagers. Frequently, the determinations involved parental consent or a parental notice requirement. New York State does not have parental(More)
Strains of M-type 12 streptococci from 18 patients with acute glomerulonephritis and 18 patients with uncomplicated pharyngitis were analyzed for in vitro production of streptolysin O, diphosphopyridine nucleotidase, hyaluronidase, streptokinase, streptolysin S, proteinase, hyaluronic acid, and fibrinogen-precipitating factor. In addition, relations to(More)
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