Robert Abramson

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A 57-year-old black female burned in a house fire sustained 22.5% total body surface area burns. On postburn day 45, she developed Staphylococcus aureus septicemia, and vancomycin was begun. On postburn day 50, quadriplegia developed. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed an anterior cervical mass, and cervical drainage of a staphylococcal cervical abscess(More)
  • R Abramson
  • 1975
Mrs. A. B., a 61-year-old woman who presented with carcinoma of the breast in 1964, was readmitted to the hospital in 1974 in respiratory distress ensuing from chronic lung disease and metastatic illness. An active member of Alcoholics Anonymous for the past sixteen years, she had a living pattern in which she felt in control of herself, and from which she(More)
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