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  • Influence
Aliens and Alienists: Ethnic Minorities and Psychiatry
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The droopy shoulder syndrome.
  • L. Clein
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association journal
  • 21 February 1976
Three patients with the droopy shoulder syndrome are described. This condition occurs most often in young women who are mildly or moderately depressed. Their shoulders are painful and the onlyExpand
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Suprascapular entrapment neuropathy.
  • L. Clein
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neurosurgery
  • 1 September 1975
The author describes the syndrome of suprascapular nerve entrapment neuropathy that occurs as that nerve passes beneath the transverse scapular ligament, and discusses the anatomy, comparativeExpand
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Toxic Psychosis Caused by “Preludin”
SIR,-Your annotation (Journal, January 19, p. 154), "Two New Human Genes," on the interesting findings of Allison and McWhirter,' conveys the inaccurate impression that the two hypothetical inheritedExpand
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Accidental profound hypothermia. Successful resuscitation by core rewarming and assisted circulation.
Successful recovery from accidental profound hypothermia (rectal temperature 22 C [71.6 F] using bloodstream rewarming is described. Circulation and respiration had ceased prior to the initiation ofExpand
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Extradural hematoma associated with middle-ear infection.
  • L. Clein
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association journal
  • 30 May 1970
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Interhemispheric subdural daematoma: a case report.
Mr. J. K., aged 38, was admitted to the University Hospital around midnight on 12 May 1968, approximately one hour after a motor vehicle accident. No details regarding the events of the accident wereExpand
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Alpha-tocopherol in the treatment of intermittent claudication: a preliminary report.
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Thioridazine and Ejaculation
On admission, as well as generalized purpura, he had large ecchymoses in the sacral area and in the dorsum of the right foot. Bleeding time was 6 2 minutes. The platelet count was less than 10,000Expand
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Suprascapular entrapment neuropathy: J. Neurosurg., 43 (1975) 337–342
Attention is drawn to chronic entrapment of the supr~capular nerve as an unusual cause of pain in the shoulder, amenable to electrodia~osti& assessment and to successful surgical decompression. FiveExpand
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