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This is a retrospective review of all closed-head injured children, ages 1-36 months, admitted to the Children's Memorial Hospital from 1959 to 1978. Injuries ranged from trivial to those producing deep coma. A coma scoring system (to correlate level of consciousness with age and outcome) was devised. Lateralizing neurological signs, fontanelle status,(More)
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery is an effective treatment for patients with advanced Parkinson's disease. Delirium in hospitalized Parkinson's disease patients is common and often leads to prolonged hospital stays. This study reports on the incidence and etiology of postoperative delirium following DBS surgery. Patients (n=59) with advanced Parkinson's(More)
Anterior sacral meningocele is a rare and often occult disorder that is important to diagnose. It usually occurs sporadically, and familial case reports are rare. This report describes ten documented cases of anterior sacral meningocele in one family. Spanning five generations, it is the largest such series ever reported. In most cases, computerized(More)
Snowmass is a US long-term planning study for the high-energy community by the American Physical Society's Division of Particles and Fields. For its simulation studies, opportunistic resources are harnessed using the Open Science Grid infrastructure. Late binding grid technology, GlideinWMS, was used for distributed scheduling of the simulation jobs across(More)
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