Jay S Feldman

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Neoplasms of the peripheral nervous system arise from the cellular sheath surrounding the nerve trunks, that is, the pluripotential Schwann cells and related cells, and rarely affect the feet. When present, they are most frequently associated with the autosomal dominantly inherited neurofibromatosis 1. This condition has been related to chromosome 17, and(More)
INTRODUCTION The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is widely applied in the emergency setting; it is used to guide trauma triage and for the application of essential interventions such as endotracheal intubation. However, inter-rater reliability of GCS scoring has been shown to be low for inexperienced users, especially for the motor component. Concerns regarding(More)
CEREBRAL PALSY CP can be described as a nonprogressive disorder characterized by motor and postural dysfunction. It is the third most comon major developmental disability, with a prevalence of greater than 2 per thousand live births. Children with CP have 30-year survival rate of nearly 90%. It has been estimated that up to 80% of cases of CP may be(More)
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