Tina Stephen

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The optimal strategy for monitoring the stability of ruptured intracranial aneurysms following coil embolisation is unclear. The value of delayed follow-up angiography in detecting new recurrences or progression of residual lesions visualised on earlier angiographic studies was determined in the light of the increasing use of non-invasive imaging techniques(More)
Magnesium (Mg) deficiency is a common clinical problem. As Mg is predominantly an intracellular cation and Mg deficiency may exist despite normal serum Mg (sMg) concentrations, we have utilized nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques in an attempt to measure intracellular free Mg (Mg2+) in red blood cells (RBC). Twenty normal subjects, 22 hypomagnesemic(More)
A case of polyneuritic leprosy is reported. There were minimal changes on skin, but changes in the bones were predominant. It is emphasized that polyneuritic leprosy is an entity. It is also stressed that neuritic leprosy can produce changes in deeper structures like bones, with minimal changes on skin.
BACKGROUND Patients with poor grade (World Federation of Neurosurgeons (WFNS) Grades 4 and 5) subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) were historically considered to have a poor neurological outcome and therefore not traditionally offered aggressive treatment. In recent years there has been increasing evidence that early aggressive treatment of this patient group can(More)
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