Matt McCollough

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Dual-sensor esophageal pH monitoring is routinely used to diagnose GERD. However, the proximal sensor may not be in proximal esophagus in patients with shortened esophagi. Our objective was to determine how often the proximal sensor was misplaced and to determine the effect on pH monitoring. Superior margins of the upper and lower esophageal sphincters (UES(More)
It has been recently shown that the presence of perinuclear "stellate bodies" within the epidermis in patients with a form of dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa named "transient bullous dermolysis of the newborn" corresponds to collections of type VII collagen. To determine the temporal relationship of this unique immunohistochemical defect with(More)
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