Allister Williams

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Intracranial pathology is frequently associated with cardiac dysrhythmias, which are sometimes lethal. Stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, seizures and head trauma with or without increased intracranial pressure are observed to be accompanied by myocardial damage and by ECG abnormalities, including T-wave changes, shortened P-R interval, prolonged Q-T(More)
BACKGROUND Adhesion formation after spine surgery is a result of normal wound healing that may place patients at increased risk for complications during revision surgery. Preventing adhesions could reduce the risk of complications during revision surgery, and possibly reduce the need for revision procedures. This study evaluates the ability of DuraSeal Xact(More)
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