R Jonathan T Wilson

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BACKGROUND Measurement of outcomes after major abdominal surgery has traditionally focused on mortality, however the low incidence in elective surgery makes this measure a poor comparator. The Postoperative Morbidity Survey (POMS) prospectively assesses short-term morbidity, and may have clinical utility both as a core outcome measure in clinical trials and(More)
Lesions consistent with cavernous angiomas (CAs) of the brain are sometimes seen on MRI scans of the brains of patients who received radiation therapy for brain tumors as children. The lesions appear years later within brain tissue that was included in radiation fields. It is unclear whether these MRI-detected lesions are true CAs or a pathological variant.(More)
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