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Four per cent (38) of 881 head injured patients developed known subdural hygromas. Their times of onset and course were variable. However, only two large hygromas seemed clinically significant. Hygromas were more frequent when intracranial pressure monitors were placed, possibly due to opening of the arachnoid, particularly if intracranial pressure was low.(More)
OBJECTIVES To study the long term effect of tibial shaft fractures treated by immobilisation in a long leg cast on the calf muscle bulk. METHODS Computed tomography scans were performed at fixed points on the lower legs of 23 non-professional athletes who sustained closed tibial fractures 16 years previously. Length of immobilisation was determined from(More)
It is found that salivary cortisol values follow the same pattern as the serum cortisol. They are found to have high correlation with some parameters showing disturbances in HPA –axis. Cortisol levels rise due to circadian influences as well as perturbations in the organism’s environment (i.e., stressors) that make it possible to detect. The following study(More)
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