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Penetrating neck trauma can pose significant diagnostic and therapeutic challenges for emergency physicians. Factors contributing to these problems are complex anatomy, proximity of vital structures, and potential for rapid deterioration of airway, vascular, or neurologic injuries. Other contributing factors are the lack of consensus in the literature… (More)
A cardinal clinical feature of Turner syndrome (TS) is linear growth failure resulting in extreme short stature: the median adult height of untreated women with TS is 143 cm, 20 cm (8 in.) below that of the general female population. In the largest multicenter, randomized, long-term, dose-response study conducted in the United States, 232 subjects with TS… (More)
Stereotactic radiosurgery and fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy represent an increasingly important option in the treatment of central nervous system disease. In this article, we discuss indications for stereotactic radiosurgery and review results reported in the medical literature.