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OBJECTIVES This study aimed to determine current practice in the management and outcome of splanchnic vein thrombosis complicating acute pancreatitis (AP). METHODS An audit of prospectively collected data for all patients presenting with AP was conducted. Patients with splanchnic vein thrombosis were grouped according to vessel involvement and whether or(More)
The use of exoskeletons as an aid for people with musculoskeletal disorder is the subject to an increasing interest in the research community. These devices are expected to meet the specific needs of users, such as children with cerebral palsy (CP) who are considered a significant population in pediatric rehabilitation. Although these exoskeletons should be(More)
Introduction: In health monitoring and biotelemetry, the real-time recording of ground reaction forces under each foot during gait has a large potential for the automatic detection of abnormal posture, falling prevention, etc. at home or in public places. For this, mounting a large force platform on/in the ground ensures to record data for numerous(More)
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