James Carillo

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STUDY DESIGN An in vitro biomechanical study of reconstruction techniques used after multilevel cervical corpectomy. OBJECTIVES To determine the biomechanical behavior of the cervical spine after a multilevel corpectomy and reconstruction with a strut graft and supplementation of the graft with anterior and posterior plates. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA(More)
Baclofen, the most effective drug for treating spasticity, is a specific agonist of gamma-aminobutyric acid-B receptors, and is very abundant in the superficial layers of the spinal cord. Given orally, baclofen does not easily penetrate the blood-brain barrier, and is distributed equally to the brain and spinal cord. Direct intrathecal administration was(More)
The complete nucleotide sequence of a virus infecting ornamental hibiscus (Hibiscus sp.) in Hawaii with symptoms of green ringspots on senescing leaves was determined from double-stranded RNA isolated from symptomatic tissue. Excluding polyadenylated regions at the 3’ termini, the bipartite RNA genome was 8748 and 5019 nt in length for RNA1 and RNA2,(More)
The authors studied the rate of sensory conduction of the median nerve in three groups of subjects: a group including subjects of different ages in order to determine the variations in conduction and the evoked response as a function of age; a group of patients with the carpal canal syndrome; a group treated by median nerve infiltration in the carpal canal.(More)
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