Stefanie Addington

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We examined pathologic specimens from 43 patients with Stage T1-T3 lesions who were treated preoperatively with four cycles of doxorubicin/cyclophosphamide, followed by segmentectomy/mastectomy and axillary node dissection (the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project B-18 protocol). Specimens from 46 patients treated post-operatively with the(More)
BACKGROUND First reported in 1923 due to excessive ingestion of milk and bicarbonate for peptic ulcer disease, milk-alkali syndrome nearly disappeared by the 1980s. More recently, however, this syndrome has become a more common cause of hypercalcemia. This increase is likely due to the increased use of calcium carbonate for the prevention and treatment of(More)
Opiate naive rats received 24 hours of continuous subcutaneous infusion of 0.67 mg/kg/hr naloxone via osmotic minipump. As in previous studies, this induced an opiate-abstinence-like syndrome of significantly increased oxygen consumption and behavioral signs (wet-dog shakes, abdominal writhes, etc.). Clonidine, which selectively reduces central(More)
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