Brian K Rill

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Tight junctions serve as the rate-limiting barrier to passive movement of hydrophilic solutes across intestinal epithelia. After activation of Na+-glucose cotransport, the permeability of intestinal tight junctions is increased. Because previous analyses of this physiological tight junction regulation have been restricted to intact mucosae, dissection of(More)
BACKGROUND Few studies regarding adhesive capsulitis have concurrently evaluated nonoperative and operative treatment. PURPOSE The objectives were to evaluate the efficacy of operative and nonoperative treatment of adhesive capsulitis and to determine predictors of clinical outcome. STUDY DESIGN Cohort study; Level of evidence, 3. METHODS At minimum(More)
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