Anthony Spinella

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Traumatic anterolateral dislocation of the fibular head is an uncommon sports injury which is easily overlooked. Seventeen cases have been collected during private practice over the years. The typical mechanism of injury is a fall on the affected flexed knee with the leg adducted under the body and the ankle inverted. On physical examination there is an(More)
Cognitive impairment is a common comorbidity in childhood epilepsy. Studies in rodents have demonstrated that frequent seizures during the first weeks of life result in impaired spatial cognition when the rats are tested as juvenile or adults. To determine if spatial cognitive deficits following early-life seizures are task-specific or similar across(More)
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