Matthew Grossman

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Chlamydia trachomatis was recovered from the cervices of 4% (36/900) of pregnant women tested. 20 infants born through chlamydia-infected cervices were followed up for a year, as were 18 infants born to chlamydia-negative mothers. A statistically significant excess of conjunctivitis and pneumonia was found in infants exposed to chlamydia. The attack-rate(More)
The relationship of the posterior interosseous nerve to the radial neck as it relates to internal fixation of radial head fractures was studied in 50 fresh anatomic specimen arms. After a standard posterolateral approach, blind subperiosteal dissection was performed distally until a 4-cm minifragment plate could be placed on the shaft of the radius.(More)
BACKGROUND Pancreatic abscesses are rare. They may be seen in patients with pancreatic inflammation or pancreatitis. Patients with pancreatic abscesses may have abdominal pain, fever, chills, and nausea/vomiting or an inability to eat. Presentation with alternate symptomatology is extremely unusual. CASE REPORT A 67-year-old Asian male presented with(More)
Patients with duodenal ulcer may have one or more of the following abnormalities: (1) larger than normal volume of gastric mucosa containing correspondingly more acid and pepsin secreting cells which is reflected in (2) increased mean concentration of pepsinogen-I in plasma, and (3) increased maximal rates of secretion of acid and pepsin in response to(More)
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