John W. Davis

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Twenty-four male fast bowlers of mean age 13.7 years, who bowled competitively at a school and club level were selected from five Western Australian schools. At the time of the testing all bowlers, who were bowling completely freely, underwent magnetic resonance imaging to detect the presence of intervertebral disc abnormalities. While these radiological(More)
Granulocytic sarcoma (GS) usually occurs during the course of, or as a presenting sign of myelogenous leukemia. Rarely it is found before peripheral blood or bone marrow evidence of leukemia is present. We describe a man who presented with low back pain and lower extremity weakness. He had spinal cord compression due to GS without evidence of leukemia. Only(More)
Robotically assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (RaLRP) has become an alternative surgical treatment option for patients with localized prostate cancer. Rare anatomic variations result in modification of established techniques. We describe the first successful completion of RaLRP for localized prostate cancer in a patient with coexisting complete(More)
OBJECTIVE Patient self-management support may be augmented by using home-based technologies that generate data points that providers can potentially use to make more timely changes in the patients' care. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of short-term targeted use of remote data transmission on treatment outcomes in patients with(More)
Hemorrhagic lesions of pyrithiamine-induced acute thiamine-deficient encephalopathy of the mouse (PIATDEM) consisted of petechiae, which often coalesced to form small hematomas. Electron microscopy showed the typical petechial lesion to be composed of a perivascular necrotic zone containing fibrin-platelet clot surrounded by a ring of erythrocytes.(More)
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