Tsung-Chia Tsai

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Using a prospective hospital-based registry, 146 patients with transient ischaemic attack (TIA) were compared with 376 patients with minor first-ever ischaemic stroke with respect to the 3-month risk of subsequent vascular events, in order to clarify the distinctions between the disease entities. All patients were enrolled within 48 h of onset. The risk(More)
We report a 44-year-old man suffering complete paraplegia due to paraspinal and epidural abscess, following chiropractic therapy for severe back pain and whose diagnosis was delayed. He received an immediate laminectomy from T3 through T6 to decompress the full extent of the abscess and appropriate antibiotic therapy for 4 weeks postoperatively for the(More)
  • Woodman Se, Sotgia F, Galbiati F, Minetti C Lisanti, Mp, Figarella-Branger +7 others
  • 2006
presented with mildly painful muscle stiffness and cramps. Percussion of the muscle belly produced a characteristic mounding of the muscle. Involuntary rolling contractions of the muscle known as 'rippling' could also be seen. 6 The propagation was estimated to be 0.6 m/s, approximately 10 times slower than the propagation velocity of the muscle fibre(More)
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