Michelle Ding

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OBJECTIVE Radiologic studies are anatomic studies lacking the natural full-color, 3D, and microscopic-level examination of autopsies, suggesting that autopsies might be able to serve as quality control for radiology. MATERIALS AND METHODS Cases in which complete or near-complete autopsies were performed at a university hospital in 2008 were reviewed, and(More)
The application of orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) for patients with hepatocellular cancer (HCC) necessitates highly selective criteria to maximize survival and to optimize allocation of a scarce resource. The objective of this study was to compare the outcomes of OLT for HCC in patients transplanted under Milan and UCSF criteria. The United Network(More)
DIABETES AND DEPRESSION: PATIENT CARE IMPACT AND MANAGEMENT OPTIONS n 2011, an estimated 1.5 billion or more people worldwide suffered from some type of chronic pain, with approximately 3% to 4.5% of the global population suffering from neuropathic pain.1 In fact, the U.S. represents the largest regional market for pain management worldwide, followed by(More)
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