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We present results from the archival Chandra observations of the 0.3 s X-ray pulsar PSR J1846−0258 associated with the supernova remnant (SNR) Kes 75. The pulsar has the highest spin-down luminosity (˙ E=8.3×10 36 erg s −1) among all the high magnetic field pulsars (HBPs) and has been classified as a Crab-like pul-sar despite its magnetic field (5×10 13 G)(More)
BACKGROUND Cranial nerve deficits during CEA are a known complication. The purpose of this study is to evaluate if significant changes in somatosensory evoked potentials and electroencephalography increase cranial nerve deficits during CEA. PROCEDURES This is an observational retrospective case-control study analyzed with data collected from patients who(More)
PSR J1119−6127 is a high magnetic field (B=4.1×10 13 Gauss), young (≤1,700 year old), and slow (P=408 ms) radio pulsar associated with the supernova remnant (SNR) G292.2−0.5. In 2003, Chandra allowed the detection of the X-ray counterpart of the radio pulsar, and provided the first evidence for a compact and faint pulsar wind nebula (PWN). We here present(More)
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