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Working memory (WM) processes are often thought to play an important role in the cognitive regulation of negative emotions. However, little is known about how they influence emotional processing. We report two experiments that tested whether a concurrent working memory task could modulate the emotional startle eyeblink effect, a well-known index of… (More)
Severe hyperhidrosis affects 2.8% of the population and can be emotionally devastating. First-line therapy employs topical agents such as aluminum chloride (AC), but efficacy and tolerability vary widely. Botulinum toxin type A (BTX-A) is FDA-approved for the treatment of primary focal axillary hyperhidrosis unresponsive to topical therapy. A single-center,… (More)
This paper illustrates the use of a new tibial jig which facilitates closed Küntscher nailing of the tibia. A brief history of medullary nailing is given, followed by a description of the jig.