Kane M Wilson

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OBJECTIVES To describe the normal anatomy of the soft tissues of the canine tarsus as identified on computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and to evaluate specific MRI sequences and planes for observing structures of diagnostic interest. STUDY DESIGN Prospective descriptive study. ANIMALS Canine cadavers (n = 3). METHODS A(More)
The serratus anterior fascia was used as a free-tissue transfer in four patients for the reconstruction of dorsal hand defects. All patients had multiple open metacarpal fractures with extensor tendon injuries. The fascia was used to "sandwich" the extensor tendons in a bed of areolar gliding tissue to avoid adhesions. The mean follow-up was 2 years. There(More)
In order to determine whether the human pattern of circulating melatonin resembles that previously described in lower animals, men 19-32 years old were exposed to a light-dark cycle with 14 hours of light per day (L:D 14:10). In whites and blacks, nocturnal (dark phase, sleeping) melatonin levels were almost always elevated to 0.05-0.1 ng/ml plasma compared(More)
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