case series

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case series

An uncontrolled observational study involving an intervention and outcome for more than one person.
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Small clinical series and biomechanical data support their role as a substitute for other posterior stabilization techniques; however, the application of transarticular facet screws in the subaxial cervical spine has not been widely adopted, possibly because of surgeon unfamiliarity with the trajectory.
Specific defining criteria for endocarditis (7) are needed to enable comparison of clinical series.
The journal will cover latest research, case reports, clinical series, normal values and didactic reviews.
Our clinical series treatments are medically supervised and offer long-lasting and dramatic results in both body shaping and firming.
At the same time, our case is particular because the posttraumatic etiology, including non-penetrating thoracic injury is very rare, being reported on a few large historical clinical series [2, 3], while tuberculosis, sustained by the history of prior successful antituberculosis treatment for pleurisy, is still considered a major cause of pericardial disease in developing countries [4].
10], in a review of clinical series, subcutaneous emphysema was found in 58% of patients, followed by Hamman's sign in only 18% of the patients.
Gabapentin in PTSD: a retrospective, clinical series of adjunctive therapy.
8) Only two studies, (9,10) which included a limited number of 15 patients, and in which homogeneous data regarding age, diagnosis, and functional results examined with Harris Hip Score, complications, and recurrence of deep infection could be extracted and used for cumulative results with our clinical series.
However, our observations mirror those seen in many clinical series described by many urologists who manage IC/BPS.
Osseous metastases from primary gastric carcinoma are uncommon and it is seen in 0-3% cases in clinical series while up to 17.
It is mostly review articles in the obstetrics and gynecology literature that are not really validated, and clinical series are not well reported.

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