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Detection of acute renal infarction is often delayed or missed because of both the rarity of the disease and its nonspecific clinical presentation. Abrupt onset of low-back pain in a patient at high risk for a thromboembolic event may be the first indication of renal infarction. We report a case of acute renal infarction and review its diagnosis and(More)
The stubborn persistence of poverty is perhaps the central puzzle of development economics. Almost all theories of poverty reduction revolve around the idea of convergence: the proposition that, because the relationship between capital stocks and income (i.e., the production function) is convex and monotonically decreasing in slope, the poor should(More)
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