Rohinee N. Merchant

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Clinical nerve damage in patients undergoing CABG is frequent (15% of patients), while subclinical changes in ulnar nerve function are more common (40% here). Not all injuries develop in the early perioperative period. Most injuries are located at the elbow, and most recover without sequelae. Larger patients appear to be at most risk, but this study does(More)
We describe a subject with lymphangioleiomyomatosis who presented with chylothorax but who had an otherwise normal chest radiograph. The diagnosis was established by means of whole-body computerized tomographic scanning, which demonstrated asymptomatic involvement of the lungs, lymphatics, and kidneys. This diagnostic modality offers the potential for(More)
Ulnar neuropathies following surgery are common. However, they often go undetected during the early postoperative period, because the patient may be unaware of symptoms related to the neuropathy. Nerve conduction studies are useful in localizing the lesion, but are usually employed only in cases developing signs and symptoms. We undertook this study to(More)
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