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For several weeks before each eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1981 and 1982, viscous magma rising in the feeder conduit inflated the lava dome and shoved the crater floor laterally against the immobile crater walls, producing ground cracks and thrust faults. The rates of deformation accelerated before eruptions, and thus it was possible to predict eruptions(More)
Urodynamic study of 66 patients with caudal injury and of 7 patients who underwent saddle block was evaluated by putting emphasis on the maximal pressure of the urethra (UPmax). The static pressure of 49.7 +/- 10.8 cm H2O in the membranous urethra of the patients with completely paralyzed sphincter raised the question that some active muscle that functions(More)
From 1979 to 1989, 269 patients with spinal cord injury were managed by an aseptic intermittent catheterization program during the acute phase of their injuries at the Spinal Injuries Center. One hundred fifty one patients with incomplete cord lesion and 36 males with complete tetraplegia were managed by program I, which protects the shocked bladder from(More)
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