Clifford A. Rose

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A 25-year-old man developed multiple eosinophilic granuloma of bone including vertebral and sacral localization. Radiotherapy was initially administered. One year later, a relapse occurred in another vertebrae which was previously irradiated. Percutaneous vertebroplasty was, for the first time to our knowledge performed, in this indication, with a good(More)
This tutorial paper describes a procedure for obtaining input parameter values and output performance measures for a popular class of queuemg network models. The procedure makes use of current measurement momtors as much as possible. We survey the two basic approaches to monitoring computer systems (event trace and sampling) and the three types of momtors(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the frequency and the severity of retinopathy in adult patients with sickle cell disease in the north of France. PATIENTS AND METHODS Patients with sickle cell disease aged more than 18 years old were consecutively referred for screening of sickle cell retinopathy in the ophthalmology department from December 2005 to March 2008.(More)
Structural pattern of a tonsillar tumor found in a 67-year-old female was similar to a small ovarian androblastoma diagnosed histologically 6 1/2 years earlier. Electron microscopic study of the tonsillar mass revealed crystalloid structures suggestive of the Leydig cell origin of the tumor. After tonsillectomy, there was no local recurrence of the tumor,(More)
The pressor responses to oral and intravenous tyramine were not different from controls in migrainous patients with or without a history of attacks triggered by foods. However, patients who reported a dietary trigger were more likely to develop headache after tyramine administration than those without such a dietary history. Pressor responses to intravenous(More)
In a recent study, ruptured intracranial aneurysm was found in 28% of all cerebrovascular deaths under the age of 60 (Crawford and Sarner, 1965), and angiography reveals it as the cause of approximately 60% of all cases of subarachnoid haemorrhage (McKissock, Paine, and Walsh, 1958). Although the overall mortality from ruptured intracranial aneurysm remains(More)