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In this article, we propose using variation in traffic safety laws between states as an instrumental variable to identify the substitution patterns between living and cadaveric kidney donations.
The development of the PPL classification was based on observational data from surgical videos and anatomic cadaveric dissections.
Based on a study comparing two groups of cadaveric specimens, with an average age of 84 and 49 years at death, respectively, Harzman et al (2003) found a higher incidence of sublabral recesses greater than 1 mm in the older group, suggesting these to be age-related changes.
For example, Feldstein (2003) discusses (in addition to the policies discussed in this paper) a policy of compensating cadaveric donors before death through lower insurance premiums for automobile insurance.
5-28 years) after the midpoint of commercial cadaveric hGH treatment, dizziness and gait imbalance developed, causing a fall.
In Analysis II, the outcome measure was the time spent on the Wait List prior to a first cadaveric kidney transplantation.
To address the increasing needs of surgeon training and education in this field, the Aesculap Academy recently added a new surgical skills course dedicated to teaching current concepts in knee revision surgery through a hands-on cadaveric lab atmosphere.
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has perfected a technique that mimics functioning circulatory system processes in cadaveric specimens.
We performed a study of 8 adult cadaveric heads to better elucidate the location of the ethmoid arteries in relation to an accessible external landmark, the nasal sill.
The results of cadaveric transplant are very encouraging, he observed.
In developed countries, the availability of cadaveric organ donations has reached a plateau.