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Post An Autopsy Case of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis with Diaphragm Pacing.

An Autopsy Case of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis with Diaphragm Pacing.

An Autopsy Case of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis with Diaphragm Pacing

{I am very surprised to discover the claim within this report patient who underwent pacer implant was first to undergo autopsy since implants began circa 2004. The patient survived 43 months from onset and underwent implant 338 days before passing; contracting ALS at 60 years. . . . I have thought about the possibility of suggesting were patients to ' . . . die before they wake, they pray for [their favorite med-school here] their body to take . . . ' and also pointing out the longer patients go, the more valuable they become to medical science along this line of thought. However, I have not yet decided to make this suggestion}. The patient was Japanese male, case took place in Japan.
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