Timothy C Stallard

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The knee is one of the most commonly injured joints in the human body, and, largely because of athletic injuries, they are increasing in frequency in the United States. This article provides a brief overview of knee anatomy, examines radiographic imaging techniques and arthrocentesis of the knee, and discusses injuries specific to the knee. An overview of(More)
The emergency department is a suboptimal location for delivery, and the greater prevalence of complicated presentations and emergency deliveries results in higher morbidity and mortality. Any woman greater than 20 weeks' gestation in labor is considered medically unstable and should be triaged quickly. Fetal viability occurs after 24 to 26 weeks' gestation.(More)
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