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Derreberry, Todd - - 2009
Primary hyperparathyroidism is a relatively common problem encountered in clinical endocrine practice. In most cases the diagnosis is relatively straightforward, however, when imaging studies fail to localize the parathyroid adenoma or hyperplasia, management can be challenging. We describe here such a case where the diagnosis was made by a novel ...
Cook, Roger - - 2009
This report describes the use of a single shot, through the needle caudal approach to epidural blood patch (EBP) in a patient with persistent leakage of cerebrospinal fluid following lumbosacral laminectomy. A previous report of caudal EBP in an adult patient with an epidural catheter suggested that the success of ...
Yossuck, Panitan - - 2009
A three week old extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infant infected by vancomycin-resistant Leuconostoc spp is presented. Treatment with appropriate antibiotics was successful after the percutaneous inserted central catheter (PICC) was removed. The infection with Leuconostoc spp is rare but should be suspected when vancomycin-resistant organisms resembling streptococci are isolated. ...
Schessler, Matthew - - 2009
Lower eyelid defects resulting from Mohs micrographic surgery can be challenging to repair. These repairs are fraught with potential complication due to the lower eyelid's complex anatomy and defect variability. A single "cookie-cutter" treatment regimen does not exist because patients and defects vary. Surgical closure techniques include primary closure, eyelid ...
Schmidt, Rebecca - - 2009
The prevalence and incidence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is growing at an alarming rate. Estimates suggest that CKD affects an estimated 13 percent of Americans, and West Virginia leads the way, with the highest per capita rate in the country of patients with kidney failure starting dialysis (1,2,3). There ...
Lambrecht, Keith - - 2009
Sportscape refers to service extensions and the physical surroundings of a sports event. This is a case study that focuses on sportscape factors and how they influence the overall satisfaction of spectators attending a PGA TOUR event. Golf is different from other sports in that it has a flexible venue ...
Cooper, Coyte - - 2009
During the past 25 years, NCAA wrestling has experienced a significant decline in the number of programs offered at the intercollegiate level. Amid the current economic landscape facing intercollegiate athletics, it appears that the only sure way to enhance the longevity of college wrestling is through increased fan support and ...
Funk, Daniel - - 2009
The ability to draw attendees to performances is vital to the success of a sport organization. As a result, sport managers and academics attempt to investigate motivations that drive decisions to attend events. In order to make predictions, academic demands have lead to the proliferation of instruments and constructs to ...
Robinson, Matthew - - 2009
Grozea-Helmenstein, Daniela - - 2009
This paper analyzes the attractiveness of 61 NUTS-2 EU regions as FDI locations, with an emphasis on the Austrian regions and the border regions in the neighbouring countries. To this end, the paper proposes a novel benchmarking methodology, which is based on the solution of a non-linear and non-convex optimisation ...
Lepik, Katri-Liis - - 2009
Euroregions are administrative-territorial structures intended to promote cross-border cooperation between neighbouring local or regional authorities of different countries located along shared state borders. They are widely known tools of cooperation among the regions. Having integrated structures and their own financial resources, euroregions are able to address a variety of cross-border ...
Nielsen, Kristian - - 2009
Within neoliberal approaches to the study of International Relations there is a consensus that nongovernmental actors and their potential impact need to be studied more. This article examines how Estonian civil society organisations are acting as agents in the general Europeanisation processes. The framework within which they operate, the European ...
Scott, James - - 2009
The European Union is presently constructing a new model of regional cooperation that includes not only economic objectives but also social, cultural and environmental agendas. One of the main challenges this project faces is the development of closer ties to neighbouring states without offering outright membership to the EU. As ...
Veebel, Viljar - - 2009
The concept of positive conditionality has been seen as 'the golden carrot' of the EU's external relations, enlargement and neighbourhood policies. Regarded as a mutually important and valuable method of partnership between the EU and its partner countries to develop social, political and economic progress with an effective motivation system, ...
Potter, Polyxeni - - 2009
Renvoise, Aurelie - - 2009
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