Janice E Silverstein

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OBJECTIVE We report imaging features of two cases of subependymoma, a relatively rare benign intraventricular neoplasm. MATERIALS AND METHODS The first case was a lateral ventricular tumor, which grew to a large size before becoming symptomatic. The second case was a fourth ventricular subependymoma with extensive cisternal spread. RESULTS In Case 1,(More)
Infection with HIV results in profound immunocompromise that places patients with AIDS at risk for the development of numerous opportunistic infections and neoplasms. Many patients have symptoms referable to the GI tract and abdomen, and undergo imaging studies. The radiologist thus plays a pivotal role in establishing a presumptive diagnosis, which may(More)
Socioeconomic gradients exist for multiple health outcomes. Lower objective socioeconomic position (SEP), whether measured by income, education, or occupation, is associated with inadequate sleep. Less is known about whether one's perceived ranking of their social status, or subjective SEP, affects sleep. This study examined whether a subjective(More)
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