Emily Hensley

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Seventy-six patients clinically suspected of having lower gastrointestinal bleeding were studied by scintigraphy utilizing red blood cells labeled in vitro with technetium Tc 99m. Sixteen patients required emergency surgery; bleeding was accurately localized in 15 (94%). One patient (6%) had a normal scan. A 20-month mean follow-up of the 16 patients showed(More)
OBJECTIVE To educate pharmacists regarding the hypothesis that the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine is linked to the development of autism. DATA SOURCES Articles published from 1998 to 2009 were identified through electronic searches of Medline. STUDY SELECTION Articles were included if they evaluated or reviewed a possible link between the MMR(More)
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