Eric N. Reiss

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Autologous Matrix-Induced Chondrogenesis (AMIC) is an innovative treatment for localized full-thickness cartilage defects combining the well-known microfracturing with collagen I/III scaffold. The purpose of this analysis was to evaluate the medium-term results of this enhanced microfracture technique for the treatment of chondral lesions of the knee.(More)
The authors studied the parathyroid glands from 100 previously healthy subjects who died suddenly and were admitted to the Dade County Medical Examiner's (ME) morgue and from 66 inpatients who died at Jackson Memorial Hospital (JMH). Parathyroid glands in patients with diseases (JMH series) were heavier than those in healthy persons (ME series), and both(More)
This paper presents a system level optoelectronic CAD tool, Chatoyant, which has been developed to meet the needs of mixed technology systems designers. We introduce component models and analysis techniques that enable our tool to support optoelectronic interconnect system design. We demonstrate these results with the analysis of two optoelectronic(More)
This work was presented in part at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Physicians, Atlantic City, N. J., May 1971. The present address of Dr. Canterbury and Dr. Reiss is Department of Medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Fla. Received for publication 1 August 1972 and in revised formn 19 September 1972. of hypercalciuria.(More)
Chatoyant is a software tool developed to meet the needs of mixed technology optoelectronic systems designers. We introduce component models and analysis techniques that enable our tool to support free-space optoelectronic interconnect system design. Computer Aided Design for Free Space Optical Interconnected Systems Steven P. Levitan, † Jose A. Martinez, †(More)
Cytology is an essential and indispensable procedure in the evaluation of patients suspect of harboring a tumor of the lower urinary tract. The interpretation of the cytologic sample is difficult but, in experienced hands, the value of the procedure is significant to the urologist.
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