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Corticosteroid injections are the mainstay of treating tennis elbow even though their effectiveness has not been well established by controlled studies. A survey of consultant rheumatologists confirmed a widespread preference for this treatment but they varied in their choice of steroid dose and preparation. We examined the value of some practices by… (More)
We conducted a study of the prevalence and clinical characteristics of aquagenic pruritus (AP) in 996 employees at a general hospital. Forty-five of them claimed that they had AP, thus giving a reported prevalence of 4.5%; 12 were excluded for various reasons and a detailed workup was carried out in 33 people. In more than 75% of the cases AP had started… (More)
A 31-year-old man presented with fever, cough and hemoptysis. Primary pulmonary tuberculosis of the left lower lobe was diagnosed. Concurrently he developed severe insulin-dependent diabetes. This case stresses the special connection between primary atypical pulmonary tuberculosis affecting the lower lobes and diabetes mellitus.
The increasing gap between the bandwidth requirements of modern Systems on Chip (SoC) and the I/O data rate delivered by Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), known as the Memory Wall, limits the performance of today's data-intensive applications. General purpose memory controllers use online scheduling techniques in order to increase the memory bandwidth.… (More)