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OBJECTIVE To identify the incidence, etiology, and risk factors for fevers in individuals with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI). DESIGN A retrospective review of the medical records of consecutive adult traumatic SCI patients over a 2-year period was performed. SETTING The study was performed at a tertiary care, Level I trauma center. PARTICIPANTS(More)
INTRODUCTION The following, who are listed in alphabetic order, are responsible for the given sections: The Double Trouble site (October–November 2008) was the thirteenth continuously cored borehole drilled as part of the New Jersey Coastal Plain Drilling Project (NJCPDP) and the tenth site drilled as part of Leg 174AX (Fig.
Abdul et al. (2016) presented a detailed record of sea level at Barbados (13.9–9 kyr B.P.) tightly constraining the timing and amplitude during the Younger Dryas and Meltwater Pulse 1B (MWP-1B) based on U-Th dated reef crest coral species Acropora palmata. The Younger Dryas slow stand and the large (14 m) rapid sea level jump are not resolved in the Tahiti(More)
A 52-year-old man underwent bilateral articular surface replacement (ASR) DePuy in June 2006. Following a right femoral neck fracture 4 days postoperatively, he underwent revision to a cemented C-stem DePuy, a taper sleeve adaptor and a 47 mm diameter cobalt chromium femoral head. The patient recovered well with satisfactory 5-year follow-up. In September(More)
While total hip arthroplasty remains one of the most reliable procedures with excellent, cost-effective outcomes, there remains controversy in the choice of implant in terms of method of fixation, bearing surface, and size of the femoral head, especially in the younger population. This review looks at the possible information base that surgeons can explore(More)
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