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Chronic cats with double hemisections of the spinal cord, first at a lower thoracic level followed by a contralateral midthoracic cord at intervals of 0 to 126 days (T-T preparations) or first at an upper cervical followed by a midthoracic at intervals of 15 to 74 days (C-T preparations), eventually recovered quadrupedal standing 7 to 53 days after the(More)
In order to make clear the clinical features of congenital radio-ulnar synostosis, compensatory rotation around the wrist and functional results after rotation osteotomy, 40 cases of congenital radio-ulnar synostosis have been analysed. The mean pronation of the ankylosed forearm in those who complained of disabilities in daily life was 60.7 degrees and(More)
Two patients with severe motor and intellectual disabilities who suffered from acute asphyxia and respiratory failure due to aspiration of foods into the tracheobronchial trees were reported. Numerous food particles were found in the tracheobronchial trees of both the patients. One patient showed recurrent atelectasis at various sites. After oral(More)
An increase of extensor tonus of the forelimbs was observed in chronic cats with serial double hemisections of the spinal cord, first at a lower thoracic level followed by a contralateral hemisection at the midthoracic cord at intervals of 5-18 weeks. A similar increase in forelimb extensor tonus was observed in chronic cats with serial double hemisections,(More)
Atelectasis is a common respiratory complication in patients with severe motor and intellectual disabilities. We encountered 3 patients with irreversible atelectasis due to delayed therapy, emphasizing the necessity of performing flexible bronchofiberscopy. A total of 21 patients with atelectasis were studied to assess the etiology and efficacy of(More)
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