Cliff Williams

Edward N Hanley2
Helen E Gruber2
H James Norton2
Carl Wegener1
Tom Graf1
2Edward N Hanley
2Helen E Gruber
2H James Norton
1Carl Wegener
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  • Helen E Gruber, Nomaan Ashraf, Jeremy Kilburn, Cliff Williams, H James Norton, Brian E Gordon +1 other
  • 2005
STUDY DESIGN Lower lumbar vertebral endplates from young and old sand rats were assessed in an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee approved study for architectural endplate features using micro-computerized tomography (CT) 3-dimensional (3D) models and vascularization studies by an in vivo vascular tracer or immunocytochemical identification of(More)
Cognitive impairments play a large role in the lives of surviviors of mild traumatic brain injuries who are unable to return to their prior level of independence in their homes. Computational support has the potential to enable these individuals to regain control over some aspects of their lives. Our research aims to carefully seek out issues that might be(More)
Animal studies and human case reports show promise in using lipid rescue to treat refractory calcium channel antagonist toxicity. However, the majority of research and clinical experience has focused on non-dihydropyridine agents. Thus, we sought to investigate the value of lipid emulsion (ILE) therapy for dihydropyridine-induced shock. This IACUC-approved(More)
  • Michael Hahn, Patrick Gilman, Bruce Hamilton, Lindsay Battenberg, Mark Bielecki, Charlie Bloch +56 others
  • 2013
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Spine fusion is used to treat traumatic or degenerative lumbar instability in the cervical or lumbar spine. Although degenerative radiological changes in discs adjacent to a fusion have been well-recognized, histopathological changes in adjacent discs have not been studied and are poorly understood. An economical small animal model for lumbar fusion would(More)
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