Allen Lazenby

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The electroacoustic characteristics of a hearing instrument are normally selected for individuals using data obtained during audiological assessment. The precise inter-relationship between the electroacoustic and audiometric variables is most readily appreciated when they have been measured at the same reference point, such as the tympanic membrane.(More)
BACKGROUND Despite its promise as a highly useful therapy for pancreatic cancer (PC), the addition of external beam radiation therapy to PC treatment has shown varying success in clinical trials. Understanding PC radioresistance and discovery of methods to sensitise PC to radiation will increase patient survival and improve quality of life. In this study,(More)
BACKGROUND The forearm location for the initial vascular access has traditionally been considered the most desirable; however, recent advances in our understanding the physiology of fistula development suggest that the larger proximal vessels with higher blood flows may be associated with increased wall stress and faster fistula development. We examined(More)
Despite the increased risk factors and a high incidence of bacteremia in hemodialysis patients, the presence of mycotic aneurysms in the hemodialysis population is virtually unknown. Only two cases have been previously reported in this population. The diagnosis is usually made by angiogram, magnetic resonance angiography, or computed tomography (CT) in the(More)
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