William R Holman

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OBJECTIVE MRI has historically provided suboptimal visualization of tears of the acetabular labrum. Degenerative fraying and underlying cartilage abnormalities can often mimic tears of the labrum on conventional MRI. Administration of intraarticular gadolinium enhances the MRI appearance of the labrum to improve detection of labral abnormalities. This study(More)
BACKGROUND In certain forms of severe heart failure there is sufficient improvement in cardiac function during ventricular assist device (VAD) support to allow removal of the device. However, it is critical to know whether there is sustained recovery of the heart and long-term patient survival if VAD bridging to recovery is to be considered over the option(More)
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