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Prosthetic graft infections are an uncommon complication of aortic bypass. These infections may have serious sequelae such as limb loss and can be lethal. They are hard to eradicate and, under certain circumstances, difficult to diagnose. Usually, computed tomography (CT) is the most efficacious imaging method for diagnosis of graft infections due to its… (More)
Leukopenia is an infrequently recognized complication of penicillin-related antibiotic and cephalosporin therapy. We describe our experience with nine individuals and reviewed reports of 11 cases from the literature. Seventy-six percent of cases occurred in individuals receiving 150 mg/kg/day or more of the various penicillin and cephalosporin homologues;… (More)
Ulster Medical Society Junior Doctors’ Prize Evening
8th Meeting of the Irish Society of Human Genetics, Monday 19th September 2005 Postgraduate Centre, Belfast City Hospital
12th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Irish Society of Human Genetics, Friday 18th September 2009. Nursing Building, Dublin City University, Ireland.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the short-term postoperative pain for surgical flaps with mandibular lingual vertical releasing incisions (ML-VRI) compared with envelope flaps and to observe the postoperative clinical healing of ML-VRI. Using a split mouth design, 12 adult periodontal patients received bilateral posterior mandibular surgery with… (More)
10 Meeting of the Irish Society of Human Genetics, Monday 24 September 2007. Postgraduate Centre, Belfast City Hospital, Belfast.