Gregory R. Berry

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Effective communication is critical to most organizational processes, including team collaboration and decision making. Face-to-face communication is commonly assumed to be superior to all other forms of communication, yet face-to-face communication does not cope well with organizational constraints such as time pressure or the geographic distribution of(More)
Cervical lymphadenitis may be the result of diverse conditions in a patient. Clinical and epidemiologic information about cervical lymphadenitis can often lead to a presumptive diagnosis and, thus, limit the number of studies required as well as direct the type of initial therapy administered. We report a case of cervical lymphadenitis in a Vietnamese woman(More)
A prospective clinical study involving more than 500 patients was designed to compare the Landé-Edwards membrane oxygenator and the Bentley bubble oxygenator. First, the importance of exposure of blood to the pericardium as the major source of hemolysis during open-heart surgery was confirmed. Because of this finding, we included in this study only those(More)
The clinical features, therapy, and hospital course of ten consecutive patients with malignant histiocytosis (MH) are presented. The value of bone marrow aspiration for the diagnosis is discussed. The patient's performance status as described in this report by the organ dysfunction score may predict survival and response to chemotherapy. The literature on(More)
A 60-year-old white male patient was admitted to the hospital with acute abdominal pain, seemingly a self-limited ileus. He was found to be hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)-positive. Previous dental treatment was suspected to be the initial source of the infection with hepatitis B virus. Five months later he was re-admitted with a diagnosis of adrenal(More)
Lymphoma localized to one organ is known to have a good prognosis. After a study of 131 cases of lymphosarcoma of the stomach Smith and Helwig(3) reported that 42 were in reality a benign lymphoproliferative disorder which has been termed pseudolymphoma of the stomach. Of our series of 12 cases, six are now thought to be pseudolymphoma. Jacobs(7) has(More)
OBJECTIVE Distal radius fractures (DRFs) are the most common orthopedic fractures, with >70% of cases treated by closed immobilization using a short arm cast or a sugar tong splint. However, inadequate immobilization is a risk factor for loss of reduction requiring repeat reduction or surgical treatment. Therefore, education of clinical skills for(More)