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Capsulolabral Augmentation for the Management of Posteroinferior Instability of the Shoulder*
Background: Posteroinferior instability of the shoulder has been associated with capsular laxity. The purposes of the present study were to describe the pathological morphology of the posteroinferiorExpand
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Hydrolysis of conjugated metabolites of buprenorphine. I. The quantitative enzymatic hydrolysis of buprenorphine-3-beta-D-glucuronide in human urine.
Buprenorphine, which is a powerful analgesic, a substitution drug for opioids widely used in Europe, and a promising new drug currently undergoing clinical trials in the treatment of opioidExpand
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286 OPERATIVELY TREATED MIDSHAFT CLAVICLE FRACTURES: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW COMPARING THE OUTCOME OF SIMPLE TO COMPLEX FRACTURE PATTERNS
Midshaft clavicle fractures can be classified into simple or complex/comminuted. The hardest fracture to treat is the severely comminuted and displaced fracture. We retrospectively compared 286Expand
Notes and News
In regard to the boasted New York ambulance system we take the following story from the New York Medical News for. December 2nd: The Harlem Hospital was notified at seven a.m. to hurry an ambulanceExpand
Providing access to the Information Society for disadvantaged groups. Discussion
The paper will cover four main areas: ■ Who are disadvantaged groups and what is their relationship to the Information Society. With the development of new information technologies we will considerExpand
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Bre din-Archb old- Smithsonian Biological f Survey of Dominica: West Indian Stenomidae
All the species of the microlepidopterous family Stenomidae known to occur in the West Indies are reviewed regarding their taxonomic history, zoogeography, identity, and morphology. Two new speciesExpand