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OBJECTIVE Pediatric low-grade gliomas comprise a diverse range of central nervous system tumors, sharing the usual course of a slow progression in growth. In individual cases however, the natural history can be variable, and rarely spontaneous regression has been described. This paper describes factors associated with spontaneous regression. METHODS A(More)
PURPOSE Extensor tendon injury after osteosynthesis of distal radius fractures is a well-documented complication. It has been shown to be associated with screw protrusion through the dorsal cortex, or plunging of the drill bit into the overlying tendon. It is difficult to determine screw length and protrusion using the standard anteroposterior and lateral(More)
Ongoing student feedback on course content and assignments can be valuable for MOOC instructors in the absence of face-to-face-interaction. To collect ongoing feedback and scalably identify valuable suggestions, we built the MOOC Collaborative Assessment and Feedback Engine (M-CAFE). This mobile platform allows MOOC students to numerically assess the(More)
We describe our experience developing and using a specific category of cloud-based autograder (automatic evaluator of student programming assignments) for software engineering. To establish our position in the landscape, our autograder is fully automatic rather than assisting the instructor in performing manual grading, and test based, in that it exercises(More)
Pair programming, a form of collaborative learning where two programmers work on the same computer, enhances learning in novice programmers and improves code quality in experienced programmers. Remote pair programming (RPP) brings the pedagogical technique of pair programming to the distributed online environment of Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs). UC(More)
We report a 41-year-old male who presented with a partial Brown-Sequard syndrome and Horner's syndrome following a penetrating drill bit injury to his mid cervical spine. As the injury was not a complete hemisection of the spinal cord, the patient presented with ipsilateral motor deficit and hyperesthesia and diminished contralateral fine touch sensation;(More)
Pair programming, a form of collaborative learning where two programmers work on the same computer, enhances learning in novice programmers and improves code quality in experienced programmers. Remote pair programming (RPP) brings the pedagogical technique of pair programming to the distributed online environment of Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs).(More)
Sinus pericranii is a rare vascular anomaly in which an abnormal communication exists between the extracranial venous system and the dural venous sinuses. The natural history is of increasing size and potential life-threatening complications, including thrombosis and haemorrhage. Thus surgical management is the mainstay of treatment. We present a unique(More)
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