Holloway and colleaguesArticle have measured patient outcomes for carotid endarterectomy from 1990 to 1995. They provide a rigorous assessment to guide future inpatient management "particularly in conditions when the margin of error is so low and the stakes are so high."
Quantitative assessment of magnetic resonance imaging scans in patients with Machado-Joseph disease is provided to characterize the typical neuroanatomical changes in this most common of dominantly inherited ataxias. The findings of Murata et alArticle correlate, in large measure, with the histopathological characteristics of this disease.
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