D. M. Levi

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Skin preparation burns associated with chemical agents are uncommon. They occur most frequently in patients placed in the lithotomic position undergoing gynaecologic or urologic operations, the burn being on the buttocks, and in those undergoing orthopaedic operations, the burn being on the extremities and under a tourniquet. The basic mechanism involves(More)
  • D M Levi
  • 1994
This article focuses on three important issues that have received much attention during the past year. The first is sensitive periods for amblyopia. Recent physiological studies suggest a surprising degree of neural plasticity in the adult visual cortex. A review of the literature suggests that at least some human amblyopes retain cortical plasticity into(More)
Can a device that can perform hyperacuity vision tasks be built? In this paper, a feasibility study based on separation discrimination is conducted. Two types of ideal detectors are considered. The first is the stimulus defined statistically (SDS) detector by Geisler and Davilla. The second is one that estimates the uncertainty and then takes out its(More)
We report the case of a 30 year-old male with congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries, atrial, and ventricular septal defects (VSD), and pulmonary stenosis. He previously underwent three palliative surgical procedures before undergoing intracardiac repair at age 20 with a left ventricular to pulmonary artery (LV-PA) conduit, VSD closure,(More)
Constant esotropia, with its accompanying sensorial anomalies, generally presents a poor prognosis for functional recovery of binocular vision. The blindspot syndrome presents an exception to this. The present paper suggests methods for the diagnosis and an approach to the management of this condition.
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