Justin Chen

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  • Justin Chen
  • 2008
America's embattled primary care system is nearing the breaking point. Primary care clinicians are expected to provide continuity of care for patients within an increasingly fractionated medical environment. They face ever-expanding hours with no corresponding rise in reimbursement rates, leading to high levels of job-related dissatisfaction. And while much(More)
The collateral arterial circulation of the heart has been extensively studied. However, less attention has been paid to extracardiac anastomoses, which may also be of significant clinical importance. In this review, we will describe the most common types of these anastomoses, which include bronchial to coronary arteries and internal thoracic to coronary(More)
this digital age, with the ease of using digital imaging devices to create digital content or digital copies of analogue content, usage of digital watermarking has steadily increased due to the fact that it allows some form of protection and identification to the owner of the content against unauthorized copy or usage of the content. Visible watermarking is(More)
average of 22 pages and 18 tables per section , the divisions are as follows: cardiology; the book focuses most heavily on cardiol-ogy, hematology, gastroenterology, and oncology review as these are not only the topics most often tested, but also the organ systems that give rise to the largest volume of diseases seen by an internist in general practice.(More)
Staphylococcus aureus strains without catalase activity are rare, challenging to identify with conventional biochemical methods, and, despite a supposed decreased pathogenicity, can still cause disease. The first whole-genome sequence of a catalase-negative S. aureus isolate causing severe recurrent invasive infection with two novel missense mutations in(More)
Giovanni Maria Lancisi (1654-1720) was an Italian physician who made significant contributions to many fields of medicine. De subitaneis mortibus was the first autoptic manuscript, suggesting that myocardial disease was a factor in a 1706 sudden death epidemic in Rome. His book De motu cordis et aneurysmatibus described the pathology and etiology of(More)