Kari E Brown

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In conclusion, H. pylori infection can be detected by a variety of methods. The simplest, least expensive noninvasive method is serologic testing. Unfortunately, positive serology can only presume current infection. Urea breath testing is also noninvasive and is positive only in the setting of current infection; it is more expensive than serology and(More)
STUDY DESIGN Resident's Case Study BACKGROUND/INTRODUCTION The reports of spinal accessory nerve injury in the literature primarily focus on injury following surgical dissection or traumatic stretch injury. There is limited literature describing the presentation and diagnosis of this injury with an unknown cause. The purpose of this case report is to(More)
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