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PURPOSE Adult patients with Madelung's deformity may present with ulnar-sided wrist pain. Treatment often involves addressing the distal radial deformity. If there is focal wrist pathology and a positive ulnar variance, however, then an isolated ulnar-shortening osteotomy may provide symptomatic relief in these patients. The purpose of this study was to(More)
Under what circumstances should a citizen be able to avoid the penalties set by the citizen's home country's criminal law by going abroad to engage in the same activity where it is not criminally prohibited? Should we view the ability to engage in prohibited activities by traveling outside of the nation state as a way of accommodating cultural or political(More)
In-depthsubgroupanalysesareunderway to further refine the protocol for patient selection andmonitoring,with the aim ofreducingtreatment-relatedmortalityto lessthanthe10%seen in theASTIS trial. Exclusionofpatientswith less severepulmonaryarterialhypertensionmaybe indicated,althoughnosignal ofharminsuchpatientsemergedinassessmentsbytheindependent data and(More)
We use an agency model to analyze the impact of judicial review on democratic performance. We find that judicial review may increase " democratic failure " by rescuing elected officials from the consequences of ill-advised policies, but may also decrease democratic failure by alerting voters to unjustified government action. We further find that judges will(More)
For centuries, our thought privacy has been reasonably well protected by the difficulty others have in deciphering our thoughts. This natural protection is in jeopardy, lnoever, as emerging technologies improve our ability to, loosely speaking, read minds. When these methods get cheaper and more accurate, the state may seek to monitor and regulate thought(More)
Personalized medicine is reshaping the biomedical landscape. Where Big Data meets Big Health, it has been hailed as the next leap forward in health care, and is both a subject of health law and an object of innovation policy. Humans are inherently variable, and closely matching treatment to patients has the potential to save and extend lives by suggesting(More)
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