Russell A. Green

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Thrombophlebitis of the chest wall is a benign, self-limiting condition. When it is recognized, the patient can be confidently reassured that spontaneous resolution is expected. The characteristic cutaneous cords are palpable five to seven weeks postoperatively, and they generally resolve within several months without specific therapy. Mondor's disease(More)
IN the majority of anaesthetics given to patients in the dental surgery or clinic the agents used are nitrous oxide and oxygen with or without a supplement such as trichloroethylene. If nitrous oxide with oxygen or air is used alone then it is often difficult to obtain satisfactory conditions for the dentist without subjecting the patient to some degree of(More)
A series of nonlinear, explicit finite difference analyses were performed to determine the dynamic response of a cantilever retaining wall subjected to earthquake motions. This article outlines the calibration and validation of the numerical model used in the analyses and comparisons are presented between the results from the finite difference analyses and(More)
Oral administration of the serotonin precursor L-5-hydroxytryptophan with a peripheral decarboxylase inhibitor produced Mild to moderate improvement in six of seven chronic undifferentiated schizophrenic patients who were resistant to phenothiazine treatment, as compared to an oral administration of a placebo. Two of four chronic paranoid schizophrenic(More)
3-Hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A (HMG-CoA) reductase catalyzes the formation of mevalonate, an essential precursor for isoprenoid compounds in mammalian cells. Recent studies have shown that mevinolin, a competitive inhibitor of the reductase, inhibits cell proliferation and induces differentiation in cultured C1300 (Neuro-2A) murine neuroblastoma(More)