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Test-Driven Development (TDD) is an agile development process wherein automated tests are created before production code is designed or constructed in short, rapid iterations. This paper discusses an experiment conducted with undergraduate students in a year-long software engineering capstone course. In this course the students designed, implemented,(More)
Clinical myocardial involvement in systemic lupus erythematosus is rare. Lupus myocarditis is usually not detected until significant decrease in myocardial function becomes clinically evident. This case report describes MR imaging of lupus myocarditis that was used for diagnosis and follow up in a patient who declined cardiac biopsy. We also review the(More)
In 2001, the ACM and IEEE Computing Curriculum stated that it was necessary to address " the need to develop implementation models that are international in scope and could be practiced in universities around the world " [1]. With increasing connectivity through the internet, the move towards a global economy and growing use of technology places software(More)
We present a patient with a history of coronary artery disease and exertional angina after an acute anterior myocardial infarction. Angiography and ventriculography revealed multivessel coronary artery disease and a large apical aneurysm. Echocardiography and gated SPECT studies were performed for further evaluation of ischemia and assessment of left(More)
In the area of drug-eluting stents (DES), complex interventional procedures are increasing in number. In particular, the number of patients undergoing three-vessel or bifurcation lesion stenting is rising, together with increasing concern about the risk of acute stent thrombosis in the area of the DES. In this paper, we present a patient who underwent(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to assess the different histopathologic presentations of dermal filler materials-induced foreign body reactions by spectrometric analyses. STUDY DESIGN Sixteen cases of dermal filler foreign body reactions in the orofacial region were retrieved from the 2006-2013 period. The histologic features were evaluated and(More)
Enterococcus faecalis and Enterococcus faecium are both human intestinal colonizers frequently used in medical bacteriology teaching laboratories in order to train students in bacterial identification. In addition, hospitals within the United States and around the world commonly isolate these bacteria because they are a cause of bacteremia, urinary tract(More)
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