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Vocal tremor is characterized by involuntary rhythmic modulations of pitch and loudness and is best perceived during sustained phonation of vowels. It is most often present in individuals affected by neurogenic disorders such as Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, spinal muscular dystrophy, spasmodic dysphonia, and essential tremor. Vocal(More)
To improve our practice performance for patients admitted to the emergency department with fractured ankles, our Clinical Quality Improvement Team (CQI) developed the Fractured Ankle Critical Path, for patients needing open reduction and internal fixation, but for whom surgery could or should be deferred as determined by the orthopaedic surgeon. Members of(More)
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