Sheryl Conley

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Traditional knee implants have been designed "down the middle,"based on the combined average size and shape of male and female knee anatomy.Sex-based research in the field of orthopaedics has led to new understanding of the anatomic differences between the sexes and the associated implications for women undergoing total knee arthroplasty. Through the use of(More)
Peripheral T-cell lymphoma is the most common type of T-cell lymphoma seen in adults in the United States. Clinical data were reviewed from 134 cases of peripheral T-cell lymphoma diagnosed in three centers. The median age of the patients was 57 years (range, 4-97 years), 59% were male, and 36 patients (27%) had a history of a preceding disorder of the(More)
Ranulas or mucoceles of the floor of the mouth are uncommon but do occur in approximately 5% of patients undergoing submandibular duct relocation for the management of uncontrollable sialorrhea. Review of our experience with 26 patients over 12 years ending in 1986 substantiated a concept previously advocated by other authors that ranulas are usually(More)
Subglottic stenosis is the most common cause of chronic airway obstruction. It results in prolonged tracheal cannulation of infants and children. Following the widespread adoption over the past 20 years of prolonged intubation for respiratory support in neonates, the incidence of acquired subglottic stenosis increased dramatically. On January 1, 1987, we(More)
In the newborn, severe airway obstruction is a rare occurrence. The possible etiologies include a broad spectrum of diseases with laryngeal cysts an unusual cause. If diagnosed and properly managed, however, the prognosis for this entity is excellent. Three cases presenting with airway obstruction secondary to unusual laryngeal cysts are the material for(More)
The cardiac function of 8 chronic hemodialysis patients ages 5-18 years (mean 13.5) was evaluated by echocardiography. Studies were done just prior to and immediately after a 4 hour hemodialysis. As has been found in adults, pericardial effusion was an unusual finding; only one patient had a minimal effusion pre-dialysis. 5/8 patients had decreased mean(More)
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