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A 60-year-old man undergoing a Whipple procedure to treat a pancreatic cancer was found to have tumor adherence to the portal vein. An en block pancreaticoduodenectomy with segmental portal vein resection (PVR) was performed. A primary portal vein anastomosis was initially attempted but failed. Hemodynamic deterioration led the authors to perform a(More)
The Witnessential Network for the protection of Human Rights workers, and others who may be subjected to violence, is achieved through a new kind of imaging and hierarchical architecture having special properties ideal for defense against unaccountability of attackers. Incidentalist video capture and self-demotion are introduced as new collegial forms of(More)
What if one key opened every lock that you used? Although this may sound convenient, it comes with a obvious risk: if your keys fell into the wrong hands, the recipient would have virtually unrestricted access to your car, house, safe deposit box, or other areas that might include sensitive belonging and information. Social Security Numbers (SSNs) act as(More)
This paper suggests that the principles of accountability and legitimacy should comprise the basic tenets of Internet governance. A framework convention has been proposed as the only traditional international legal instrument with the potential to meet this goal; however, despite the flexibility it offers, a framework convention has significant shortcomings(More)
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have rekindled public debate about National Identification Schemes (NIDS) in the US, Canada, and other countries. While much of the debate has focused on the tradeoffs between security protection and the potential loss of privacy and other civil liberties, this paper(More)
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