November 7, 2013 - Volume 13 - Issue 21 - Contributor Index

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Avitzur, Orly MD

IN PRACTICE: Got a Smartphone? Steps You Can Take to Ensure it Is HIPAA-Compliant

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Butcher, Lola

POLICY WATCH: Why Stroke Specialists Are Questioning Two New CMS Stroke Measures

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A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE: Systemic Changes Mark Quality Improvement Initiative in Stroke Care

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Collins, Thomas R.

Exosome Injection Reportedly Enhances Stroke Recovery in Rats

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NEWS FROM THE ANA ANNUAL MEETING: New Model of Cryptococcal Meningitis Tests Effects of Different Viral Strains

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Fitzgerald, Susan

Cardiac Imaging Test Can Help Diagnose Dementia with Lewy Bodies, Study Suggests

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Rukovets, Olga

A Matter of Debate: Is it Time to Revisit the Dead Donor Rule?

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New Clinical Tool Accurately Rules Out Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in Acute Headache Patients

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Samson, Kurt

Persistent Cognitive Deficits Common in ICU Patients with Delirium

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Few Immune Issues with Dopamine Stem Cell Transplants in Primates

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A Stroke Therapy, Dabigatran, Is Found Ineffective for Mechanical Heart Valve Replacement: Clotting, Bleeds Force Early Cancellation of Dosing Trial

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Talan, Jamie

Stem Cell Defects Associated with Down Syndrome

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BEHIND THE BENCH: What MacArthur Awardee Sheila Nirenberg Is Doing to Help Blind People See

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Valeo, Tom

The Bionic Limb Gets a Leg Up: Signals to Nerves in Amputated Leg Result in More Fluid Movement

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