Brian Chesbro

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A somatic mutation(s), acquired during the evolution of preleukemia in a 75-year-old Caucasian male of North European origin, resulted in a marked decrease in alpha-globin mRNA. The small amount of alpha-globin mRNA present in bone marrow cells was normally processed, had a normal (alpha 1/alpha 2)-globin mRNA ratio, and was translated normally. No(More)
After knee replacement surgery, the use of continuous local anesthetic infusions in femoral and sciatic peripheral nerve catheters is an effective analgesic option. Limited data are available concerning the safety of peripheral nerve infusions in patients receiving low molecular weight heparin thromboprophylaxis. We report three cases of bleeding at femoral(More)
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