Shareen Holly

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Aortic stenosis accounts for 5 to 6% of infants and children seen for surgical repair of congenital heart disease. The clinical presentation and reported results of operation for aortic stenosis are highly variable. This retrospective review was undertaken to assess our operative mortality and the degree of gradient reduction afforded by each of several(More)
The treatment of self-injury, or self-destruction of one's own body tissue, has become a new focus for both researchers and clinicians. Traditionally, the field of self-injury has distinguished between the behaviors exhibited among individuals with a developmental disability (self-injurious behaviors [SIBs]) and those present within a normative population(More)
BACKGROUND Historically, the field of self-injury has distinguished between the behaviors exhibited among individuals with a developmental disability (self-injurious behaviors; SIB) and those present within a normative population (nonsuicidal self-injury; NSSI),which typically result as a response to perceived stress. More recently, however, conclusions(More)
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