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Pelvic fracture classification: correlation with hemorrhage.
Hemorrhage remains the leading cause of death in patients with pelvic fractures. To identify patients at greatest risk for massive hemorrhage, we retrospectively reviewed charts and initial emergencyExpand
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Multiple adenocarcinomas of the colon and rectum
Three hundred forty-five colorectal cancers were identified in 320 patients over a nine-year period. Twenty-one patients (7 percent) had synchronous cancers. Metachronous cancers were identified inExpand
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Pelvic fracture hemorrhage. Priorities in management.
Hemorrhage remains the leading cause of mortality in patients with severe pelvic fractures. To evaluate diagnostic and treatment priorities for this problem, we retrospectively reviewed 245Expand
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Reticuloendothelial clearance and splenic mononuclear cell populations after resection and autotransplantation.
Although the preservation of splenic tissue may prevent overwhelming infection after splenectomy, the degree of protection conferred by small remnants has not been optimal. We investigated whetherExpand
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Functional genomics: clinical effect and the evolving role of the surgeon.
The genetic and molecular revolution that has occurred over the last 2 decades has dramatically increased our understanding of basic disease processes and will undoubtedly lead to improved detectionExpand
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Career track of Society of University Surgeons Resident Research Award recipients.
BACKGROUND The Society of University Surgeons (SUS) has an ongoing competitive funding program to support research training for residents. We sought to determine the career track of award recipients.Expand
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Stem cells in clinical practice.
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GASTRIC RESECTION: BILLROTH II
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Priorities in Management
\s=b\Hemorrhage remains the leading cause of mortality in patients with severe pelvic fractures. To evaluate diagnostic and treatment priorities for this problem, we retrospectively reviewed 245Expand
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Glycocalyx Enhances Prosthetic Vascular Graft Infection
Coagulase-negative staphylococci are major pathogens in prosthetic implant infections, and the capability of certain strains to produce glycocalyx enhances their infectivity. We investigated theExpand
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