Kristi A. Stanley

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CASE REPORT A previously healthy 30-year-old woman (gravida 1 para 1) presented to the emergency department (ED) with 5 days of lower abdominal pain, fever, and nausea. On examination, she had a temperature of 37.6° Celsius, pulse 116 beats/ minute, blood pressure 123/65 mmHg, respiratory rate 18 breaths/minute, and oxygen saturation 98% on room air. On(More)
anatomy of the dissection, and two classification schemes are used. The Stanford classification labels the dissection as " A " if the ascending aorta is involved or " B " if the descending aorta is involved. The DeBakey classification system assigns labels of I for involvement of both the ascending and descending aorta, II for ascending aorta involvement,(More)
A 40-year-old female presented to the emergency department with a one-week history of URI symptoms and a one-day history of more severe throat pain and swelling. Upon physical examination the patient was afebrile and although she did not demonstrate any signs of respiratory distress, examination of her neck revealed fullness on the right. A lateral plain(More)
Objective: The BLOCKINgoal BLOCKINof BLOCKINour BLOCKINstudy BLOCKINis BLOCKINto BLOCKINaid BLOCKINin BLOCKINearly BLOCKINidentification of appendicitis in Hispanics by retrospectively reviewing the initial presentation, physical examination, and laboratory values of patients diagnosed post-operatively with appendicitis. Method: Data collected from medical(More)
Visual line fitting and direct estimation of the correlation coefficient were carried out by 50 subjects using computer-generated scattergrams as stimuli. In visual line fitting, slopes of visual lines were generally greater than the corresponding regression slopes, in agreement with the hypothesis that visual lines are placed so as to bisect the cloud of(More)
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