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Abstracts Accepted to the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists with NYU PM&R Residents as First Authors

  1. Maintaining High Suspicion for Pulmonary Embolism in Spinal Cord Injury Patients: A Case Report on a Patient with Multiple Myeloma, Matthew C. Diamond, MD, PhD. Abstract #134
  2. Transverse Myelitis: Retrospective Review of Seven Cases with Different Etiologies, Nannette Pares, MD. Abstract #146
  3. Nerve Root Trauma Following A Lumbar Puncture: A Case Report Jennifer Chung, MD. Abstract #154
  4. Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain Due to Lumbar Stenosis with Acupuncture: Case Series Allyson C. Augusta, MD. Abstract #317
  5. Hip Dislocation Following Minimally Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty by Anterior Approach: A Case Report, Adam H. Silver, DO. Abstract #318
  6. Is Unilateral Sacralization at the Lumbar V-Sacral I Level a Predisposing Factor for the Development of Early Degenerative Disc Disease at the Lumbar IV-V Level? Sheetal S. Deo, BS, DO. Abstract #324
  7. A Case of Atypical Schwanomma, Rabinder S. Bhatti, DO. Abstract #356
  8. Familial Spastic Paraparesis in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Patient, Amer Ansari, DO. Abstract #383
  9. Cardiac Arrest in a 39 Year Old Female Following Barium Swallow Study in the Clinical Setting of Chronic Reflux Disease and Cigarette Smoking, Stephanie A. Webb, DO. Abstract #407
  10. Rehabilitation of a 14 Year Old Boy with Osgood Schlatters Disease with Bilateral Tibial Tubercle Avulsion Fractures, Christopher R. Sellars, DO. Abstract #544
  11. MA Effects of Integrating Technology Resources in a PM&R Residency Program on Resident Education, Eric T. Lee, MD. Abstract #552
  12. Involvement in Scholarly Activities: Perceptions of PM&R Residents and Faculty, Mirielle Diaz, MD, MPH. Abstract #560
  13. Significant Functional Gains in a Child with Cerebral Palsy After Correction of Atlanto-Axial Instability, Arabella A. Bull-Stewart, BA, DO. Abstract #564
  14. 70 Year Old Asian Women with Complicated Course Leading to Hip Disarticulation and Successful Prosthetic Training, Nannette Pares, MD. Abstract #590

 

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