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Browsing University of Bridgeport by Author "Terfera, David R."

Browsing University of Bridgeport by Author "Terfera, David R."

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  • Scholl, Emily; Kellner, Michael; Terfera, David R.; Kelliher, Kevin R. (2018-03-23)
  • Alder, Anton; Kelliher, Kevin R.; Terfera, David R. (2015-03-27)
    During a routine anatomical dissection we discovered an aberrant muscle slip associated with the pectoralis minor muscle that occurred bilaterally.The muscle slips originated from ribs five or six and inserted into the ...
  • Biondi, Vanessa R.; Kelliher, Kevin R.; Terfera, David R. (2015-03-27)
    A rare congenital diaphragmatic hernia was discovered upon routine dissection of a female cadaver. Given the hernia's location in the chest cavity, it was identified as a Morgagni hernia. As the least common type of ...
  • Kyriakakis, Diamantis; Kacaj, Xhorxh; Terfera, David R.; Kelliher, Kevin R. (2015-03-27)
    Pain is a debilitating sensory experience that affects everyone at some point in his or her lives. In the United States alone unrelieved pain results in decreased quality of life, losses in productivity adding up to hundreds ...
  • Rivera, Luis; Terfera, David R.; Perrault, Terence; Kelliher, Kevin R. (2016-04-01)
    Neurofibromatosis (NF-1), know as Von Recklinghausen's disease, is one of the most common genetic disorders, affecting about 1 in 3,500 people. Inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion, this disorder results in lesions ...
  • Terfera, David R.; Kelliher, Kevin R. (2014-03-28)
    In this case report, we observed a situation in which three variant muscles presented unilaterally in a single cadaver. We observed that the pectoralis major muscle had a deficient sternocostal head. Also present were two ...
  • Zimmermann, Holly; Scholl, Emily; Terfera, David R.; Kelliher, Kevin R. (2019-03-29)
  • Song, Frank Jr.; Zitolo, Katherine; Pavlyukovets, Alyesia; Terfera, David R.; Kelliher, Kevin R. (2017-03-24)
    Poliomyelitis is a highly infectious disease rendering varying degrees of respiratory illness, gastroenteritis, malaise and potentially severe forms of paralysis. Infection is generated by a virus belonging in the ...

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