Diane E Ross

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BACKGROUND Late postpartum eclampsia is more frequently recognized than past reports indicate. This report describes the association of a reversible encephalopathy in a woman with late postpartum eclampsia. CASE A woman with lupus nephritis presented 7 days postpartum with eclampsia. Postseizure findings included dramatic short-term memory loss. Although(More)
Measurements of isokinetic parameters during trunk flexion and extension were collected for 44 untrained adult subjects (23 females, 21 males) using a Cybex(R) 11 dynamometer and trunk stabilization system interface to a Cybex Data Reduction Computer. On each of three days, subjects performed two sets (trials) of maximal extension/flexion contractions. One(More)