Gerry Feigin

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  • G Feigin
  • The American journal of forensic medicine and…
  • 1999
This study is a retrospective analysis of 307 accidental and suicidal hangings for the presence or absence of neck organ fractures. Approximately 9% of cases showed such fractures. This is in agreement with one prior study and in disagreement with others. The factor most likely to be predictive of fractures is advanced age. Gender, height of suspension, and(More)
A retrospective review of bone marrow specimens from 235 patients with multiple myeloma and 148 patients with reactive plasmacytosis was performed in an attempt to evaluate the usefulness of bone marrow sections in distinguishing between these conditions. Although the presence of large homogeneous nodules and/or infiltrates of plasma cells in bone marrow(More)
Abstract. We adapt Hitchin’s integrable systems to the case of a punctured curve. In the case of CP 1 and SLn-bundles, they are equivalent to systems studied by Garnier. The corresponding quantum systems were identified by B. Feigin, E. Frenkel and N. Reshetikhin with Gaudin systems. We give a formula for the higher Gaudin operators, using results of R.(More)
A 36-year-old asymptomatic man was found to have a large middle mediastinal mass on a chest x-ray film. At surgery the tumor was located adjacent to the carina and beneath the aortic arch. It measured 7.0 X 5.0 X 4.0 cm and was well circumscribed and soft, with mucoid areas. The histologic features were those of a benign pleomorphic adenoma of salivary(More)