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American Board of Emergency Medicine Report on Residency Training Information (2014-2015).

The American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) gathers extensive background information on emergency medicine residency programs and the residents in those programs. We present the 2015 annual report on the status of US emergency medicine training programs.

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Generosity.

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It Is Not Just Touchy-Feely: Understanding How Rigorous Qualitative Methodology Can Lead to Effective Implementation of Community Interventions: May 2015 Annals of Emergency Medicine Journal Club.

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Elderly Woman With Headache.

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Giant Cell Arteritis: Read the Fine Print!

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Ultrasonographically Guided Puncture of the Radial Artery for Blood Gas Analysis: A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial.

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One More Reason to Ban "Medical Clearance" for Psychiatric Evaluation?

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In reply.

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Uncertainty With D-dimer Use and the ADJUST-PE Study.

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Drug firms must cut price of pneumonia vaccine, says MSF.

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Moderation of Harsh Parenting on Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Child and Adolescent Deviant Peer Affiliation: A Longitudinal Twin Study.

Affiliation with deviant peers is associated with biologically influenced personal attributes, and is itself a major contributor to growth in antisocial behavior over childhood and adolescence. Several studies have shown that variance in child and adolescent deviant peer affiliation includes genetic and non-genetic influences, but none have examined longitudinal genetic and environmental stability or change within the context of harsh parenting. To address this gap, we tested the moderating role of harsh pa...

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Obituary: A Remembrance of Henry Phil Gross MD (1930-2014).

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CORR Insights(®): Developmental Dislocation of the Hip Successfully Treated by Preoperative Traction and Medial Open Reduction: A 22-year Mean Followup.

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Scapular Bracing is Effective in Some Patients but Symptoms Persist in Many Despite Bracing.

A scapular-protecting brace is one option for treating patients with a winging scapula in isolated serratus palsy. However, outcomes after brace treatment have been reported in only a few studies, and to our knowledge, none has results reported at long-term beyond 10 years.

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Editorial Comment: Symposium: 2014 Musculoskeletal Infection Society.

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Surgical Treatment of Hip Instability in Patients With Lower Lumbar Level Myelomeningocele: Is Muscle Transfer Required?

Treatment of hip instability in patients with lower lumbar level myelomeningocele is clinically challenging. Muscle transfer procedures, release of contractures, and intertrochanteric varus-rotation osteotomies have been described to restore weak or absent abductor strength as well as relocation of the hip. However, controlled trials evaluating hip instability in lower lumbar myelomeningocele are limited in the current literature.

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Editor's Spotlight/Take 5: Addition of Vancomycin to Cefazolin Prophylaxis Is Associated With Acute Kidney Injury After Primary Joint Arthroplasty.

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Acetate Templating on Digital Images Is More Accurate Than Computer-based Templating for Total Hip Arthroplasty.

Templating is an important aspect of preoperative planning for total hip arthroplasty and can help determine the size and positioning of the prosthesis. Historically, templating has been performed using acetate templates over printed radiographs. As a result of the increasing use of digital imaging, surgeons now either obtain additional printed radiographs solely for templating purposes or use specialized digital templating software, both of which carry additional cost.

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Deltoid Tuberosity Index: A Simple Radiographic Tool to Assess Local Bone Quality in Proximal Humerus Fractures.

Osteoporosis may complicate surgical fixation and healing of proximal humerus fractures and should be assessed preoperatively. Peripheral quantitative CT (pQCT) and the Tingart measurement are helpful methods, but both have limitations in clinical use because of limited availability (pQCT) or fracture lines crossing the area of interest (Tingart measurement). The aim of our study was to introduce and validate a simple cortical index to assess the quality of bone in proximal humerus fractures using AP radiog...

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Approach to Investigating Congenital Skeletal Abnormalities in Livestock.

Congenital skeletal abnormalities may be genetic, teratogenic, or nutritional in origin; distinguishing among these different causes is essential in the management of the disease but may be challenging. In some cases, teratogenic or nutritional causes of skeletal abnormalities may appear very similar to genetic causes. For example, chondrodysplasia associated with intrauterine zinc or manganese deficiency and mild forms of hereditary chondrodysplasia have very similar clinical features and histologic lesion...

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Targeting breast to brain metastatic tumours with death receptor ligand expressing therapeutic stem cells.

Characterizing clinically relevant brain metastasis models and assessing the therapeutic efficacy in such models are fundamental for the development of novel therapies for metastatic brain cancers. In this study, we have developed an in vivo imageable breast-to-brain metastasis mouse model. Using real time in vivo imaging and subsequent composite fluorescence imaging, we show a widespread distribution of micro- and macro-metastasis in different stages of metastatic progression. We also show extravasation of...

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Aerobic Fitness Is Associated with Inhibitory Control in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis.

Cognitive impairment is highly prevalent, disabling, and poorly managed in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS). Aerobic fitness might be a target of exercise training interventions for improving cognition in this population. It is unknown if the well-established pattern of associations between higher aerobic fitness and better inhibitory control in the general population exists among persons with MS. The current cross-sectional study examined the effects of aerobic fitness (VO2peak) on inhibitory control, ...

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Radiographic Outcomes of a Mobile-Bearing Total Ankle Replacement.

Contemporary total ankle prostheses embody design changes intended to address weaknesses in first-generation implants. Due to these changes, outcomes of the newer designs are of particular interest. We have previously published self-reported patient outcomes for the STAR (Scandinavian Total Ankle Replacement) prosthesis. The present study documents radiographic outcome measurements for the STAR prosthesis at intermediate to long-term follow-up.

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Phlegmasia Cerulea Dolens: A Rare Clinical Presentation.

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Outcomes of Acute Myocardial Infarction in Patients With Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.

Acute myocardial infarction is a recognized complication in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. However, limited data are available on outcomes of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy patients with acute myocardial infarction.


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