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During recognition, one may sense items as familiar (item memory) and additionally recollect specific contextual details of the earlier encounters (source memory). Cognitive theory suggests that, unlike item memory, source memory requires controlled cue specification and monitoring processes. Functional imaging suggests that such processes may depend on(More)
The purpose of this study is to provide more information to diagnostic radiologists regarding claims, compensation, and patient injury in medical malpractice cases. Malpractice cases filed against the U.S. government were reviewed. The most common claim was misdiagnosis of a malignancy (30% of the cases); in these cases the claimants received relatively(More)
We report on 2 girls with small de novo terminal deletions of the long arm of chromosome 2 and breakpoints within q37. Four cases with similar or more extensive deletions have been previously reported in full. Hypotonia and psychomotor retardation were the only manifestations common to all 6 cases. The phenotype associated with small terminal 2q deletions(More)