Craig H. Johnson

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OBJECTIVE The best management for patients with small- to medium-sized vestibular schwannomas (VS) is controversial. METHODS : A prospective cohort study of 82 patients with unilateral, unoperated VS less than 3 cm undergoing surgical resection (n = 36) or radiosurgery (n = 46). Patients undergoing resection were younger (48.2 yr versus 53.9 yr, P =(More)
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii expresses a well-documented circadian rhythm of phototaxis, which peaks in the subjective daytime. We find that vegetative cells also express circadian rhythms of chemotaxis to ammonium and ammonium uptake (as gauged by uptake of [(14)C]methylammonium). The chemotaxis rhythm peaks in the subjective night. Methylammonium uptake is(More)
We previously developed and validated a vortexing-sonication technique for detection of biofilm bacteria on the surface of explanted prosthetic joints. Herein, we evaluated this technique for diagnosis of infected breast tissue expanders and used it to assess colonization of breast tissue expanders. From April 2008 to December 2011, we studied 328 breast(More)
BACKGROUND Flaps are currently the predominant method of reconstruction for irradiated wounds. The usefulness of split-thickness skin grafts (STSG) in this setting remains controversial. The purpose of this study is to examine the outcomes of STSGs in conjunction with VAC therapy used in the treatment of irradiated extremity wounds. METHODS The records of(More)
A feeding procedure was used with a Vietnam veteran who became highly anxious when near a springhouse that resembled the site where he had been wounded in Vietnam. After 36-hr of food deprivation, the patient ate his favorite meal while sitting next to the springhouse. Treatment successfully reduced both anxiety and avoidance behavior. Results of a 10-month(More)
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