David Sosnouski

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In this article, we present an overview of renal transplantation with its complications and discuss the abilities and limitations of ultrasound in evaluating these complications. We included renal transplants performed at our institution between 1993 and 2006 and gathered data on more than 1,000 patients who developed graft dysfunction. We analyzed the(More)
Noncardiac findings occur in 10% to 60% of cases depending on the patient population studied. Although most of the abnormalities will turn out to be benign, important findings such as pulmonary embolism and lung cancer occur. Not all important abnormalities will occur within the coned down field-of-view for evaluating the coronary arteries, and the entire(More)
Enantiomeric isodideoxynucleosides of the (S,S) and (R,R) families with the universal base, imidazole-4-carboxamide as the nucleobase, were synthesized as biological mimics of anti-HIV active D- and L-related isodideo-xyadenosines. In vitro anti-HIV evaluation in CEM cells of these target compounds showed that they were inactive. Further antiviral studies(More)
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