Kelcey P Rhodes

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One hundred four normal subjects ranging in age from 17 to 77 years and in height from 115 to 203 cm underwent nerve conduction studies of sural, peroneal, tibial, and median nerves. Foot temperature was measured in each patient. A strong inverse correlation was found between height and sural (r = -0.7104), peroneal (r = -0.6842), and tibial (r = -0.5044)(More)
BACKGROUND People with proven gastroesophageal reflux disease may also experience symptoms such as voice loss, chronic cough, globus, and sore throat. These laryngopharyngeal reflux symptoms have been reported to respond to prolonged proton pump inhibitor therapy, but the Hill approach to resolving these specific individual symptoms has not been widely(More)
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