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An experimental study was designed to investigate the development of compartment syndrome with the use of an intraosseous line in dogs. We used an open technique for insertion of a 20-gauge spinal needle to the tibia. The needle was secured to the tibia with bone cement. Throughout the...
The authors have previously demonstrated spontaneous bacterial translocation (BT) in newborn rabbits and its resolution with aging. It is hypothesized that this spontaneous BT was associated with an immature gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). The aim of the present study was to characterize...
In researching the embryology and pathological anatomy of conjoined twins, more than 1,200 cases were reviewed from the literature of the past 100 years; a few additional cases were obtained by personal communications. One hundred twenty-eight were classified as ischiopagus, the typical cases...
Nineteen patients (12 boys, 7 girls; mean age, 6.2 ± 1.6 SD years) had fecal incontinence owing to absence of the ectodermal lining of the lower rectal neck. Physical examination findings were normal. The anal mucosa extended to the anal verge and was insensitive; there was no ectodermal lining...
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