Onika Davis

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DiGeorge syndrome is associated with a T-lymphocyte immunodeficiency. The prevalence of hypogammaglobulinemia has not been reported. We found that 3% of patients with DiGeorge syndrome were receiving immunoglobulin replacement therapy and 6% of patients over the age of 3 years had hypogammaglobulinemia. We conclude that DiGeorge syndrome is associated with(More)
Fifteen patients who had undergone pes anserinus transfer for anteromedial rotary instability were tested for peak internal rotation torque at three stations of knee flexion. Despite the fact that all patients had apparently benefited from surgery, from a strict analytical standpoint the conclusions of this study do not support the contentions of previous(More)