Lee Wilkinson

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Surgery for breast cancer continues to evolve. Less radical procedures and increasing concern about appearance and rehabilitation are now the trend. Such considerations prompted a detailed anatomic study and review of the location and course of the medial and lateral pectoral nerves, the development of a technique for immediate reconstruction of the breast(More)
Since 1976, in 100 morbidly obese patients, the lesser curvature of the stomach has been inverted by performing a Nissen's fundoplication followed by gastric wrapping. All but one are losing weight satisfactorily and have early satiety. There was one postoperative death from pulmonary embolus. No harmful metabolic or physiologic changes have been detected.(More)
Numerous surgical procedures have been introduced to facilitate weight loss in morbidly obese individuals. Gastric reservoir reduction, wrapping the stomach with an inert fabric, is one such procedure. Nissen fundoplication has been performed in conjunction with this approach to prevent postoperative gastroesophageal reflux. Gastric perforation and(More)
We describe the design of a system called Angle that detects emergent and anomalous behavior in distributed IP packet data. Currently, Angle sensors are collecting IP packet data at four locations, removing identifying information, and building IP-based profiles in temporal windows. These profiles are then clustered to provide high-level summary information(More)