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Tassos, Donna - - 2010
Eskew, Philip - - 2010
An examination of two types of educational tracks used by medical students seeking a faster route to practice: 1) "3+3" programs that combined the final year of medical school with the first year of a primary care residency, and 2) graduating from medical school after only three years. The "3+3" ...
Cain, Loretta - - 2010
During the 9-year period from 2000-2008, West Virginia experienced 301 deaths related to All-terrain Vehicles (ATVs). The distribution of ATV deaths across the top 20 counties in West Virginia accounted for nearly seventy percent of the ATV-related deaths during the 9-year study period. Time-of-day was a significant predictor of population-based ...
Rowan, Shon - - 2010
Background: An invasive mole is a form of persistent trophoblastic disease. The traditional surgical treatment is hysterectomy.
Loos, Matthew - - 2010
Background: The use of free muscle or myocutaneous flaps is well established as a means for reconstructing tissue defects over nearly any part of the body. This free tissue transfer is based on the availability of a robust blood supply in the recipient wound. The reliability of native blood supplies ...
Jimenez, Carlos - - 2010
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Payne, Faith - - 2010
The male urethra is vulnerable to injury with multisystem trauma, especially those that include pelvic fractures. Controversy exists regarding the optimal time to repair urethral injuries and different modalities exist for their treatment. We report the first documented case of percutaneous endoscopic realignment of a urethra using a previous cystostomy ...
Lanham, Angie - - 2010
Shaner, Cassie - - 2010
France, Cheryl - - 2010
Admission to one of the state hospitals in West Virginia is gained through a legal proceeding which is initiated on a county level. It was hypothesized that involuntary psychiatric admission patterns from the Sharpe Hospital catchment area do not have a direct correlation with county population.
Rossi, Daniel - - 2010
Yu, Michael - - 2010
Growing skull fractures are a rare complication of linear skull fractures in children. The authors report a case of a growing skull fracture in a 5-month-old patient with a review of the literature. CT and MRI scans revealed a growing skull fracture with complication of leptomeningeal cyst formation. Surgical removal ...
Sporck, F. - - 2010
Joseph, Megan - - 2009
Good, Barbara - - 2009
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