Lucinda Gunn

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An 11-year-old girl underwent T4 to L1 posterior instrumented scoliosis correction for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Postoperative clinical examination revealed left-sided Horner's syndrome which was preceded by left-sided C8 paraesthesia. The Horner's syndrome resolved after 14 hours following weaning and removal of the epidural catheter. Horner's(More)
1 SUMMARY. Studies of recurrent events often collect data on the number of occurrences between screening examinations. Although exact event times are not available, surrogate measures of the latency times prior to detection at a screening examination can sometimes be obtained. For example, in studies of recurrent benign tumors, tumor size or grade can be(More)
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