CB Wilson

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Diaphragmatic hernias are usually congenital, and they usually occur in the neonatal group. They do occur in the adult population, albeit very rarely. We present a case of an adult male patient with complications as a result of a congenital diaphragmatic hernia. The patient presented with atypical abdominal pain and respiratory distress. Radiological(More)
Two groups of 16 female subjects undergoing frontalis EMG feedback training were identified according to whether they used imagery or passive concentration to achieve relaxation. The ability of these 2 groups to maintain relaxation during extinction sessions 2 and 7 days after termination of training was then investigated. Although both groups were equally(More)
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