Carrie Tong

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Survivors of tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) repair constitute a large and growing population of patients. Although postsurgical outcome is generally favorable, as these patients move into adulthood, late morbidity is becoming more prevalent and the notion that TOF has been "definitively repaired" is increasingly being challenged. Recent evidence suggests that(More)
Neck pain is a common complaint of patients seeking care in the outpatient setting, and the cases seen vary widely in severity and cause. A careful history and physical exam, followed by appropriate imaging studies, are essential for the orderly work-up and management of neck pain in the ambulatory patient. Available imaging studies include plain film(More)
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