Clark E. Goodman

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Twelve patients who had previously been treated for palsy of the long thoracic nerve of Bell and resultant serratus anterior paralysis were examined in a follow-up study designed to determine their extent of recovery and/or residual disability. The patients' histories were reviewed, following which they were recalled for updating of the history and(More)
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Although ankylosing spondylitis (AS) has been considered rare in women, we believe that its incidence is underestimated. In our case studies of 12 women with AS the characteristic clinical features of the disease included onset before the age of 30 (12 patients); night pain and morning stiffness (12 patients); intermittent, migratory joint pain (9(More)