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In the early 1990s the National Institute of Mental Health sponsored projects in four cities that served a total of 896 homeless mentally ill adults. Each project tested the effectiveness of different housing, support, and rehabilitative services in reducing homelessness. Most homeless individuals resided in community housing after the intervention. The(More)
1. Depolarization of rat cerebral cortical slices, prelabelled with [3H]-histidine, in high potassium (40 mM KCl) medium stimulated the release of [3H]-histamine. The K+-evoked release of [3H]-histamine was attenuated by incubation in calcium-free medium and prevented by prior incubation of brain slices with the selective histidine decarboxylase inhibitor(More)
The Community Health Status Indicators Project (CHSI) 2008 provides 16-page reports for the 3141 counties in the United States, each of which includes more than 300 county-specific data items related to chronic and infectious diseases, birth characteristics or outcomes, causes of death, environmental health, availability of health services, behavioral risk(More)
A rare case is presented of a longstanding rupture of the rectus femoris muscle at the proximal musculotendinous junction in a semiprofessional soccer player. Its different and unique presentation, the surgical repair, and the remarkable functional recovery are discussed.
A rare case is presented of a longstanding rupture of the rectus femoris muscle at the proximal musculotendinous junction in a semiprofessional soccer player. Its different and unique presentation, the surgical repair, and the remarkable functional recovery are discussed. P roximal ruptures of the rectus femoris have been well documented at the origin of(More)
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