W F Bingham

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Two patients with mycotic intracranial aneurysms were successfully treated with only antibiotic therapy. One patient, who had subacute bacterial endocarditis, rheumatic valvular disease, and an abscessed tooth, sustained a subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured right middle cerebral artery trifurcation aneurysm. The other patient, who had Turner's syndrome(More)
Eighteen patients with fatal head injury were matched with survivors for age, sex, and nature and severity of injury. All were treated with cerebral dehydration. Only four patients survived whose peak serum osmolality exceeded 340 mosm/kg; none survived above 378 mosm/kg. Only four patients survived whose peak serum sodium concentration exceeded 155 mEq/L;(More)
t5l DeMets, D.L., Anbar, D., Fairweather, W., Louis, T.A. & O'Neill, R.G. (1994). Training the next generation of biostatistician s, Anterican Statistician 48, 280 284. t6l Den, J.A. (1993). Biostatistics cores: improving the chances for funding, American Statistician 47,99-102. Ul Derr, J.A. (1995). Statistics in nutrition, part 8: a review of good(More)
Present diagnostic criteria for ankylosing spondylitis (AS) lean heavily on the x-ray examination, but there is much dispute as to its efficacy, especially in mild or early cases. Determinations of the HLA B27 histocompatibility antigen appear to define the population at risk far better than any other means. Of 31 patients who had the HLA B27 antigen, all(More)
Ocular pneumoplethysmography (OPG), a semiautomated form of suction ophthalmodynamometry, was used to evaluate and follow 15 patients who underwent carotid endarterectomy and two patients in whom gradual carotid artery occlusion was performed for inoperable intracranial aneurysm. Postoperative corrected ophthalmic arterial pressures (COAP's) on the operated(More)
Before the turn of the century, W. W. Keen was the most celebrated neurosurgeon in the United States. During the Civil War he served as a surgeon in the Union Army. He collaborated with Mitchell and Morehouse in clinical studies that culminated in their publishing Gunshot Wounds and Other Injuries of Nerves. In 1887, he was the first surgeon in the Americas(More)
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