Relay for Life starts Saturday at noon

first_imgPhoto:  Cancer survivors participated in the opening ceremony at the 2010 Relay for Life – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.ca – Advertisement -The 12-hour, non-competitive, local “Relay for Life” is set to go Saturday at the Dr. Kearney school track, from noon until midnight.Together the relay events represent the main cross-country fund-raiser for the Canadian Cancer Society and date back to 1999.This will be the 10th anniversary of the relay in Fort St. John and to date over a million dollars has been raised in our community alone for cancer research.Organizers hope to raise over $100,000 during the event Saturday.Survivors of cancer are also encouraged to participate in the event. Survivors will walk the first lap around the Dr. Kearney track. There will be a reception held for all survivors and care givers starting at 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Gators’ Noah loves hate mail

first_imgGAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida forward Joakim Noah walked around campus early this week with a stack of fan mail. Anything in there from Kentucky? How does he feel about it? “I love it,” Noah said. He also feeds off it. Noah has played a pivotal role in raising Florida’s energy level the last two seasons, especially away from home. He yells, screams, thumps his chest after big baskets and waves his arms at the crowd. Although his actions usually get himself and his teammates hyped, he also riles opposing fans and draws their ire. At Kentucky last year, fans chanted, “Noah’s a girl.” At Vanderbilt last season and at Auburn last month, they mocked him with cries of “ugly.” At Florida State in December, one sign read, “Noah got mono from kissing Brewer,” a reference to Noah showing symptoms of mononucleosis while teammate and roommate Corey Brewer sat out two games with the viral infection. What has been the worst? “When they start talking about your mom and your girlfriend,” said Noah, whose mother, Cecilia Rhode, was named Miss Sweden in 1978. “They wouldn’t say that to my face. It’s so easy to just talk trash when you’re in the crowd. It’s fine. It’s part of the game.” Noah checked his Facebook page last weekend and found countless groups created just to tease and criticize him. “I got a lot of Kentucky hate mail right now,” Noah said. “I don’t know what it is. I’m getting a lot of attention, though.” But why? Maybe it’s because of his famous father, former tennis player Yannick Noah. Maybe it’s because he was named Most Outstanding Player of the Minneapolis Regional and the Final Four last year. Maybe it has something to do with his awkward shooting style or his chest-pounding antics. Then again, maybe it’s the ponytail. “Just look at him,” Brewer said. “He’s outspoken and he’s the best target if you look at our team. Who would you target? I think he feeds off it.” Noah is averaging 13 points and 8.2 rebounds this season, and has a team-high 43 blocks. Although his numbers are slightly better at home, he believes it has nothing to do with the persistent ribbing he endures on the road. “It’s such a circus,” Noah said. “It really feels like that.” Having one player receive the brunt of the attention is nothing new for coach Billy Donovan. After all, he believes former player Matt Walsh – with his curly blonde hair and headband – was harassed more than Noah. “Different guys on your team are going to get attention on the road,” Donovan said. “I think he’s handled it well. I think he’s been pretty focused.” Noah often jokes that opposing fans hurt his feelings. In reality, though, the added attention makes the game more enjoyable – especially if the Gators win and silence the hecklers. Noah has been known to respond to them – sometimes with smiles, winks or nods. He even mocked UCLA fans sitting near the court in last year’s championship game by blowing kisses to the Bruins dancers. “He enjoys it,” Brewer said. “He might not say it, but it gets his mojo going.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img “No, that (would be) hate mail,” Noah said. “It’s a little different. I’m pretty much hated everywhere except for Gainesville. That’s just the way it is I guess.” The 6-foot-11 junior gets more attention than any of his teammates on the road – most of it negative. He’s sure to get harassed when the top-ranked Gators (22-2, 9-0 Southeastern Conference) play at No. 20 Kentucky (18-5, 7-2) on Saturday. last_img read more

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Power out as storm rolls towards Fort St. John

first_imgCurrently 140 customers north of Fort St. John are without power.  The outage started just before 9 p.m. Power could be restored by 11:30 p.m.The severe thunderstorm could produce strong winds, hail and heavy rain.  As of 9 p.m. the storm was quickly approaching Fort St. John and Charlie Lake.For more on the power outage, visit www.bchydro.com/outages.- Advertisement –last_img

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Reports – Southampton are close to securing deal for Morgan Schneiderlin replacement

first_img Jordy Clasie 1 Southampton are close to agreeing a deal for Dutch midfielder Jordy Clasie, according to recent reports.Clasie, 24, was left out of club Feyenoord’s pre-season friendly against Fortuna Dusseldorf on Sunday, paving the way for him to conclude talks over a move to the south coast.The prospected move for the Feyenoord captain is expected to confirm the exit of Morgan Schneiderlin, with Manchester United his expected destination.Southampton boss and Clasie’s Dutch compatriot Ronald Koeman confirmed last week of his desire to finalise a deal for the player, who has been capped by his country 11 times.Koeman said: “Clasie is one of the players on our list to replace Morgan Schneiderlin. He’s a good player.“He’s a young player, a Dutch international who is ready to make a step up and show his qualities at a higher level than we have in the Dutch league.“He’s growing in his leadership qualities, but if Morgan goes, we need a player in that position. He is one of them.”last_img read more

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PATRICK GILDEA’S PROMISE TO YOU

first_imgPromoted PostThe inside of Patrick Gildea’s new salon.What would you say if we told you that you could get your hair cut and coloured anywhere, there are many places that will offer you the latest style and take care of your needs.But what if we told you that it was about more than just the hair cut? When you choose Patrick Gildea Hairdressing Team you are choosing so much more than just your hair needs, you are choosing a hairdressing experience like no other. You are choosing a team that genuinely cares, listens and promises to go the extra mile to make sure that your whole experience is perfect.What exactly is our promise? Well we promise you warmth, we promise you a high level of professionalism, we promise creativity, we promise to listen and offer advice on all your hair care needs, quite simply we promise to focus on you- we will make sure that you not only look great but feel great too.Of course part of our promise is to provide an extremely high level of hairdressing. We have been providing precision haircuts and gorgeous colour accentuating natural beauty for over 25 years. You can be confident that your look is not mass produced and is tailored to you, your face shape, your life and your personality.This sounds great doesn’t it? And do you know what is even better; the prices are within everyone’s reach as they are surprisingly affordable. Have a look for yourself, you can see the team in action here http://youtu.be/uBKFHw_kElk To keep up to date with hair care tips and trends see www.facebook.com/patrickgildeahairdressing and for a full service listing see www.patrickgildea.iePATRICK GILDEA’S PROMISE TO YOU was last modified: January 22nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalhairdresserletterkennyPatrick Gildealast_img read more

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Man United to pay £86m for Griezmann, Arsenal offer Sanchez huge deal to stay

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers…Manchester United are confident of clinching a deal for Antoine Griezmann this summer. United are ready to activate the forward’s £86million release clause at Atletico Madrid. (Daily Mirror)Wayne Rooney has at least two £50million offers from China to consider as his Manchester United career draws to a close. But it is thought Rooney would find it difficult to reject an emotional return to boyhood club Everton, despite the riches on offer in the Far East. (Daily Mail)Manchester United sources have laughed off the idea that they would sell Ander Herrera to Barcelona, with the Europa League winners keen to hold on to their player of the season. (Independent)Arsenal have made another offer to contract rebel Alexis Sanchez in a bid to keep him from Bayern Munich’s clutches. The deal is understood to be about £270,000-a-week, short of the £300,000 the Chile star is demanding. However, the offer is loaded with incentives taking it closer to the figure he wants. (Daily Mail)Liverpool will have to smash their transfer record to have any hope of signing the Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita after the German side insisted that he was not for sale. (The Times)Chelsea will reject any cut-price offers for Diego Costa this summer and are adamant that it will take a huge bid of over £60m to prise their leading goalscorer from Stamford Bridge. (The Times)Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has told Borussia Dortmund chiefs that he wants to leave. The Gabon striker is reportedly a target for Manchester City, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain this summer, while Arsenal and Liverpool have both been keen to try their luck. (Daily Mirror)Liverpool have no plans to sign a goalkeeper this summer – despite speculation linking them with Iker Casillas. (Liverpool Echo)Watford will tell all suitors for Troy Deeney that they will have to pay £35million to get their man this summer. The 28-year-old is a target for West Bromwich Albion while Leicester City and Everton have also discussed the Birmingham-born striker. (Daily Mail)Premier League new boys Brighton are hoping to beat Newcastle United to the loan signing of Tammy Abraham after both clubs were given permission to speak to the Chelsea starlet. (Daily Telegraph)Garry Monk is set for talks with Middlesbrough after quitting Leeds United. Boss Monk walked out of Elland Road on Thursday, despite a long-term contract being on the table. His departure leaves former Boro boss Aitor Karanka among the favourites for his old job — and it could end up as a job swap if Monk does end up joining the Teessiders following their relegation from the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)Derby are trying to snap up George Boyd on a free to take advantage of his contract wrangle with Burnley. Scottish international midfielder Boyd, 31, is out of contract at the Premier League Clarets this summer. (Daily Mirror)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…?Manchester United MUST mount a Premier League title challenge next season, according to former Red Devil Wes BrownWayne Rooney has been told he must leave Manchester United this summer by former Red Devils star Paul ParkerJuventus are pulling out of the race to sign highly-rated Arsenal target Corentin TolissoReal Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is set to snub both Arsenal and Chelsea in order to join AC MilanNewcastle United are set to kick off their summer spending spree with a sensational £39m bid for Sporting’s William Carvalho, according to reportsSwansea hitman Fernando Llorente has opened up on Chelsea’s attempt to land him in Januarylast_img read more

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Video Tutorial: How to Loop an Animation in Adobe After Effects

first_imgLearn how to save yourself some time with animation loop cycles in Adobe After Effects with this easy-to-follow tutorial.For this particular project, I am going to create an animated location marker that I can use over a map graphic. I want the location marker to have a subtle blinking effect, like a radar screen. It will look something like this:So, let me show you how we can put this together very quickly using only a few keyframes and a simple expression. Step 2 — Loop the AnimationTo loop this animation, I could simply copy the shape layer and then paste it as many times as I need — and maybe even precomp it to makes things more organized. However, this method has a few drawbacks. First of all, if I want to change the timing of the animation or the color or position of the marker, it might quickly become complicated with so many layers and keyframes. A much easier method is to use an expression.If you’re unfamiliar with them, expressions can be quite intimidating. Even if you do know how to use them, they can still be confusing. How do you know what to use if you don’t understand the language involved?Well, one way to apply expressions is with the Expression Language Menu. I’ll use this to easily apply a loop to my animation. To do this, I will simply alt+click on the scale attribute and then open the Expression Language Menu via the small arrow in the expression controls. Then, I’ll select the following:Property > loopOut(type = “cycle”, numKeyframes = 0)Once applied, I can now do the same thing with the opacity. Now both of these properties will loop for as long as the layer is on the timeline. Step 1 — Create Your AnimationMy location marker consists of two ellipse shapes. I’ll use one to create the animation effect, while the other will be stationary. Initially, I just need to animate the first cycle of the animation. To do this, I will animate the scale and opacity attributes of my second ellipse shape. I’ll keyframe the scale to go up while the opacity will go down. This first animation cycle only takes 4 keyframes to create and will give me my radar blip effect. I’ll time the animation to last for one second. Step 3 — Customize the LoopThe brilliance of using this expression is the versatility it offers when I want to customize the animation or the graphic. For instance, if I want to speed up the effect, I can simply move the end keyframes either forward or backward. Now the animation will loop at the new speed. (This would be much more complicated with a large number of keyframes.) Also, if I want to change the position or any other attribute, it’s very easy.Again, with the loop expression, I only need to add a few keyframes to bring this animation to life and make it loop. If I want to do this without the expression, it would require nearly 40 keyframes for just a 10-second clip. (And manipulating all of these keyframes would be quite tedious.)As a final touch, I will duplicate the animated ellipse and then shift the duplicate in time slightly. This will give me a more dynamic location marker animation with two overlapping blips. Looking for more After Effects tutorials? Check these out.Animate A ‘Top 10 Countdown’ Screen With After EffectsAnimate Clean Commercial Graphics in Adobe After EffectsHow to Animate a Text Stroke in Adobe After EffectsHow to use the VR Comp Editor in After Effects with 360° VideoLearn How to Create 2D Motion Graphics with After Effectslast_img read more

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Pujara, Tendulkar complete India’s 2-0 win over Australia

first_imgMurali Vijay (L) and Cheteshwar Pujara take a quick single on the last day of the second cricket Test match against Australia in Bangalore on Wednesday. Vijay was out on 37, adjudged lbw to Shane Watson. Pujara has since scored his 50. (AP Photo)Cheteshwar Pujara came good on Test debut, his 72 steering India to a 2-0 series win over Australia in Bangalore, where India were winless since 1995.The finishing touches were applied by Sachin Tendulkar, unbeaten with a brisk 53 having made 214 in the first innings to set up this seven-wicket win.Ricky Ponting has now failed to lead Australia to a single Test win in India in seven attempts. In 2008 as well, Australia had returned with a 0-2 loss.His side began Day 5 seven-down with a lead of 185. Zaheer Khan and Sreesanth’s reverse swing proved unplayable for the Aussie tail as they were bowled out in the first hour, setting India 207.The target was a tricky one: large cracks in the pitch meant some deliveries shot along the surface. India began poorly when Virender Sehwag guided an outswinger from Ben Hilfenhaus to Tim Paine’s gloves.Pujara himself had been done in by a shooter from Mitchell Johnson in the first innings. The left-arm pacer tried to exploit the same rough today, but Pujara overcame his nerves, producing a confident, quick-paced fifty.With Murali Vijay, who too was tentative at the start, Pujara added 72 runs in 13 overs — a pace not expected in a tense chase on a fifth day wicket.Australia’s seamers tended to bowl too short. But Vijay (37) was finally done in by Shane Watson’s gentle out-swinger that hit the batsman in front of off-stump.advertisementPujara’s innings blossomed under Tendulkar and it seemed the young Saurashtra batsman would get a hundred on debut. But a straighter one from Nathan Hauritz beat his defences.Rahul Dravid, who’d been demoted to No. 5, thanks to his patchy form, took the chase home in Tendulkar’s company.last_img read more

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Armed forces propose both reduction in age, more posts to attract talent

first_imgClick here to EnlargeThis August the Indian Army is launching a Rs 5 crore advertisement campaign to attract tech-savvy talent for its officer cadre. Their punchline: “Be a winner for life”.This winning image projection coincides with a proposal for a major restructuring of the army that is aimed at lowering,Click here to EnlargeThis August the Indian Army is launching a Rs 5 crore advertisement campaign to attract tech-savvy talent for its officer cadre. Their punchline: “Be a winner for life”.This winning image projection coincides with a proposal for a major restructuring of the army that is aimed at lowering the age profile at the critical command level – company, battalion and brigade – and increasing the number of posts at senior levels.Besides giving the forces a younger look, the move is expected to plug the officer shortfall, currently calculated at a debilitating 12,554 or around 30 per cent in the army alone.After a series of intensive inter-service deliberations, the armed forces have submitted a proposal for “assured career progression” to the Ministry of Defence. Special Secretary Ajai Vikram Singh examined the proposals ahead of the final report’s submission to the ministry on July 31. Once cleared, the report will be forwarded to the Ministry of Finance for expenditure approval and, finally, come up before the Cabinet.However, there are indications that the armed forces may have to fight tooth and nail for the Defence Ministry’s approval. In a July 26 meeting with representatives from the three services, Singh apparently made it clear that he was not in favour of creating additional posts that would render the services top heavy. The special secretary, who takes over as revenue secretary on August 1, bluntly declared that the restructuring would have to be done through upgradation of posts within the existing strength.The need to revamp the armed forces was felt after the military establishment complained of stepmotherly treatment meted out to its officers in comparison to their IAS and IPS counterparts. While the administrative and police cadre reach the rank of joint secretary (equivalent to a major-general in the army) after 18-19 years of service, the army officers can at best become colonels after 20-21 years in uniform.advertisementOnly around 3 per cent of the 40,000 officers reaches the rank of lieutenant-generals and only seven make it to the rank of commander-in-chief. This has led to operational problems. The average age of a battalion commander is 40 years and that of a brigade commander close to 50. The dictum that an officer must be fitter than the men he commands is difficult to implement in the Indian forces.Such poor career prospects is the main reason why the armed forces are not attracting the talent required to cater to the technologically oriented security needs. Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal S. Krishnaswamy believes there is an urgent need to revamp the cadre management in the armed forces on the basis of merit and field experience. “The average age profile of the field commanders must be brought down to make the force more efficient,” he told INDIA TODAY.The Indian Air Force has suggested that the average age of a wing commander should come down from 39 to 35 years, that of a group captain from 41 to 36 and of an air commodore from 50 to 45 years. Although the air force has sought additional posts at the group-captain level, it is keen that merit and not seniority be the criterion for promotion.Krishnaswamy has already directed that all promotions from wing-commander level onward should be based only on merit, specially field experience. The air force has decided to amalgamate certain non-flying branches into the administration section so that all officers have a chance to make it to the air-marshal level.The army and the navy are on a similar mission. Army Headquarters – has suggested that the restructuring should allow a cadet joining the National Defence Academy at the age of 19 years to go on to become an army commander. Those joining the services at the age of 20, 21, 22 and 23 years should have the chance to retire as lieutenant-general, major-general, brigadier and colonel.”The assured career progression should be such that 95 per cent of the officers can make it to the rank of a colonel,” says a general. Currently, only 240 officers from a batch of 600, that is 40 per cent, get promoted to the rank of a colonel every year.The Defence Ministry is in favour of faster promotions but is not keen on creating additional posts. To remove stagnation at the senior levels, the army has proposed 1,254 brigadier-level posts, up from the existing 886 posts, 647 major-general-level posts against the current 334 and 164 lieutenant-general posts instead of the 61 at present. It has also recommended the creation of a new rank of colonel-general between lieutenant-general and general.The army has proposed that seven commanders and nine principal staff officers-like master-general ordnance and adjutant-general at Army Headquarters- should be called colonel-general so that parity is maintained with the police and paramilitary forces in an internal security situation. The new rank will correct the imbalance that had occurred after the posts of director-general (DGs), special DG and additional DG were created in the police.advertisementThe Indian Army has only 61 officers of lieutenant-general rank, while Uttar Pradesh alone reportedly has 48 officers at that level. “The proliferation of DG posts has led to a situation where the police virtually do not obey army commanders called in to tackle internal security problems,” says Lt-General Vinay Shankar, former DG, Artillery.The new rank of colonel-general, however, does not have many takers in South Block and even at Army Headquarters. Instead, the Defence Ministry has sought the advice of the Personnel Ministry on whether lieutenant-generals who could not make it to the commander rank due to the “residual age” factor, could be given the pay and facilities of a commander-in-chief.In June this year, there were 12 lieutenant-generals who had been superseded, as they had less than two years left in service. The Defence Ministry, which initially rejected this proposal of the Chiefs of Staff Committee chairman, now seems more inclined to create seven ex-cadre ranks at the army commander-level to accommodate some of those who missed the boat.The Indian Navy, on its part, has proposed that 432 posts of lieutenant- commander be upgraded to commander level to ensure faster promotions in the service. However, a proposal to create a new rank of rear admiral (junior grade) in place of the existing commodore rank was shot down by Naval Headquarters.While the Defence Ministry may agree to upgrade posts at the critical command level, it is unlikely to create a large number of additional posts because of the financial implications. South Block is all for making an officer of the armed forces “a winner for life” but that will have to be done by restructuring the present strength and not by adding new posts.last_img read more

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Shoulder CT scan

first_imgDefinitionA computed tomography (CT) scan of the shoulder is an imaging method that uses x-rays to create cross-sectional pictures of the shoulder.Alternative NamesCAT scan – shoulder; Computed axial tomography scan – shoulder; Computed tomography scan – shoulder; CT scan – shoulderHow the test is performedYou will be asked to lie on a narrow table that slides into the center of the CT scanner.Once you are inside the scanner, the machines x-ray beam rotates around you. (Modern “spiral” scanners can perform the exam without stopping.)A computer creates separate images of the shoulder area, called slices. These images can be stored, viewed on a monitor, or printed on film. Three-dimensional models of the shoulder area can be created by adding the slices together.You must be still during the exam, because movement causes blurred images. You may be told to hold your breath for short periods of time.The scan should take only 10-15 minutes.How to prepare for the testCertain exams require a special dye, called contrast, to be delivered into the body before the test starts. Contrast helps certain areas show up better on the x-rays.Contrast can be given through a vein (IV) in your hand or forearm. If contrast is used, you may also be asked not to eat or drink anything for 4-6 hours before the test.Let your doctor know if you have ever had a reaction to contrast. You may need to take medications before the test in order to safely receive this substance.Before receiving the contrast, tell your health care provider if you take the diabetes medication metformin (Glucophage) because you may need to take extra precautions.If you weigh more than 300 pounds, find out if the CT machine has a weight limit. Too much weight can cause damage to the scanners working parts.advertisementYou will be asked to remove jewelry and wear a hospital gown during the study.How the test will feelSome people may have discomfort from lying on the hard table.Contrast given through an IV may cause a slight burning sensation, a metallic taste in the mouth, and a warm flushing of the body. These sensations are normal and usually go away within a few seconds.Why the test is performedCT rapidly creates detailed pictures of the shoulder. The test may help diagnose or detect:A dislocation, fracture, or other shoulder injuryEvaluate the soft tissue such as rotator cuff tendonsAbscess or infectionThe cause of pain or other problems in the shoulder joint when MRI cannot be doneMasses and tumors, including cancerThis test may also help guide a surgeon to the right area during a biopsy in the shoulder area.Normal ValuesResults are considered normal if the shoulder being examined is normal in appearance.What abnormal results meanAbnormal results may be due to:Abscess (collection of pus)Bone tumors or cancerDislocated shoulderShoulder fractureWhat the risks areRisks of CT scans include:Being exposed to radiationAllergic reaction to contrast dyeCT scans do expose you to more radiation than regular x-rays. Having many x-rays or CT scans over time may increase your risk for cancer. However, the risk from any one scan is small. You and your doctor should weigh this risk against the benefits of getting a correct diagnosis for a medical problem.Some people have allergies to contrast dye. Let your doctor know if you have ever had an allergic reaction to injected contrast dye.The most common type of contrast given into a vein contains iodine. If a person with an iodine allergy is given this type of contrast, nausea or vomiting, sneezing, itching, or hives may occur.If you absolutely must be given such contrast, your doctor may give you antihistamines (such as Benadryl) or steroids before the test.The kidneys help remove iodine out of the body. Those with kidney disease or diabetes may need to receive extra fluids after the test to help flush the iodine out of the body.Rarely, the dye may cause a life-threatening allergic response called anaphylaxis. If you have any trouble breathing during the test, you should notify the scanner operator immediately. Scanners come with an intercom and speakers, so the operator can hear you at all times.ReferencesDeLee JC, Drez D Jr, Miller MD, eds. DeLee and Drez?s Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2009:chap 17.Perez EA. Fractures of the Shoulder, Arm, and Forearm. In: Canale ST, Beaty JH. Campbells Operative Orthopaedics. 12th ed. Philadelphia, Pa:Mosby Elsevier;2012:chap 57. advertisementGrainger RG, Thomsen HS, Morcos SK, Koh DM, Roditi G. Intravascular contrast media for radiology, CT, and MRI. In: Adam A, Dixon AK, eds. Grainger & Allisons Diagnostic Radiology: A Textbook of Medical Imaging. 5th ed. New York, NY: Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 2.Shaw AS, Dixon AK. Multidetector computed tomography. In: Adam A, Dixon AK, eds. Grainger & Allisons Diagnostic Radiology: A Textbook of Medical Imaging. 5th ed. New York, NY: Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 4.Review Date:1/17/2013Reviewed By:C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, David R. Eltz, Bethanne Black, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.last_img read more

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