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Dens fractures are more common in the elderly and may present after minimal trauma and with minimal neck pain. The case reports a case of a significant fracture after minimal trauma, presenting with neurologic symptoms and minimal neck pain.
The diagnosis of cerebrovascular accident is extremely common in emergency medicine; however, CVA resulting from hemorrhage following mycotic brain aneurysm following embolic stroke is extremely uncommon. This case reports such an event.
Prey selection of subadult male northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) and evidence of dietary niche overlap with adult females during the breeding season Marine Mammal Science 28(1):1-15. changes by fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in response to shipping and airgun noise.'HARA. 2012. Mercury concentrations in hair from neonatal and juvenile Steller… (More)
Tendon rupture is typically associated with predisposing features including renal failure, hyperparathyroidism, and connective tissue elastosis. We present a case in which none of these risk factors is present and in a completely healthy patient. To our knowledge, this has never been reported in the literature.
Lipomas are slow-growing benign soft-tissue tumors which are typically asymptomatic and occur in approximately 1% of the population. A lipoma is considered to be of excessive size when it is greater than 10 cm in length (in any dimension) or weighs over 1000 g (Kransdorf (1995)). We describe a case of a man presenting with a giant posterior neck mass which… (More)
Basilar artery aneurysm presenting a stroke is rare, and we present a case of this along with a discussion of the management options available.
This project examines the usefulness of radar data as displayed in a Range/Time/Intensity (RTI) plot. There is a focus on understanding what can be uniquely determined about a separation given information about later states of the system. Separation events were simulated from which RTI plots were created. Analysis determined that while determining a few… (More)