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OBJECTIVES We documented emergency department (ED) visits for nontraumatic dental problems and identified strategies to reduce ED dental visits. METHODS We used mixed methods to analyze claims in 2010 from a purposive sample of 25 Oregon hospitals and Oregon's All Payer All Claims data set and interviewed 51 ED dental visitors and stakeholders from 6(More)
An adolescent with mild hemoglobin SC disease presented with pelvic pain with subsequent respiratory and neurologic deterioration, which led to ultimately death. The autopsy demonstrated acellular fat emboli particularly in the lung and brain. There was marrow necrosis in the lumbar spine with aggregated sickle cells and positive parvovirus immunostaining.(More)
Background. Childhood AML patients are at increased risk for early fatal pulmonary complications. Pulmonary leukostasis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) following leukemia cell lysis are the likely etiologies. Observation. Soon after initiation of AML chemotherapy, an 18-month-old female who met SIRS criteria sustained cardiopulmonary(More)
  • Erin Owen
  • Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie
  • 1975
After some short remarks about the organization of microsurgery in Australia, the microsurgical technique of retransplantation of dissected extremities and the conservation methods are described in detail. In 175 out of 208 cases, retransplantation of extremities was successful, i.e. certain functions were reestablished. Results were better in children than(More)
Controversy exists as to whether a transmissible agent is responsible for Crohn's disease. Previous reports have suggested that sarcoid-like granulomas can develop in animals following inoculation of homogenates derived from bowel affected by Crohn's disease. This study involved the injection of Crohn's tissue homogenates into experimental animals under a(More)
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