Leslie Eiland

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BACKGROUND Silent corticotroph adenomas (SCAs) are clinically nonfunctioning pituitary adenomas (NFPAs) with positive staining for corticotropin (ACTH) by immunohistochemistry. Whether SCAs behave more aggressively than NFPAs without ACTH immunoreactivity (ACTH negative) remains controversial. OBJECTIVE To compare characteristics and outcomes of SCAs with(More)
Obesity disproportionately affects rural residents in the United States, and primary care has the potential to fill a major gap in the provision of weight management services for rural communities. The objective of this cluster-randomized pragmatic trial is to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of three obesity treatment models in rural primary care:(More)
Three amputation surfaces were formed on the lower arm of a single newt. Growth occurred on all combinations of these surfaces. The proximal surface (the only single surface to form regenerates) produced more regenerates (76% of the cases) than the two more distal surfaces. Blocking the proximal surface with whole skin greatly stimulates the production of(More)
Hypoglycemia in the inpatient setting is a common occurrence with potentially harmful outcomes. Large trials in both the inpatient and outpatient settings have found a correlation between hypoglycemia and morbidity and mortality. The incidence of hypoglycemia is difficult to assess, due to a lack of standardized definitions and different methods of data(More)
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