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"Rusty Nail" was used as the theme song for the 1994 TV drama Kimi ga Mienai.[23] Swedish metal band Dragonland added a cover of the song to the Japanese edition of their 2004 album Starfall.[24] hide's latter band Zilch reworked "Drain" into "What's Up Mr. Jones?" for their 1998 album 3.2.1..[25]

X Japan Tears MR Cover

"Tears" was used in the soundtrack for the 2004 South Korean film Windstruck.[31][32] The song was covered by South Korean rock band TRAX in 2004, as a B-side on the Japanese version of their "Scorpio" single, which was produced by Yoshiki.[33] They also covered it in Korean on the Korean version of the aforementioned single. "Crucify My Love" was covered by Spanish gothic metal band Gothic Dolls on their 2008 album The Last Breath.[34]

In 2012, "Forever Love" was covered by both Mr. Big singer Eric Martin in Mr. Rock Vocalist[3] and Megamasso singer Inzargi in Visualist: Precious Hits of V-Rock Cover Song for their respective cover albums.[4] Awoi covered it for the compilation album Counteraction - V-Rock covered Visual Anime songs Compilation-, which was released on May 23, 2012 and features covers of songs by visual kei bands that were used in anime.[5] Death metal band Gyze included a cover of the song on the Japanese edition of their 2019 album Asian Chaos.[6] It was also covered by Mary's Blood for their 2020 cover album Re>Animator, and by Mayo Suzukaze for her 2021 album Fairy AI Ai.[7][8]

Conclusions: We achieved excellent outcomes in terms of bony coverage and dural plasty. The combination of MR and CT images may be recommended for surgical repair of growing skull fracture in children.

We obtained MR images of 140 painful shoulders in 134 patients to determine the relationship between cystic changes of the humeral head and integrity of the rotator cuff. Cystic changes were observed in 49 shoulders (35%) and the commonest site was in the bare bone area of the anatomical neck, and the second commonest site was at the attachment of the supraspinatus tendon. Cystic changes in the bare bone area were observed equally often in shoulders with or without rotator cuff tears (27% and 18%, respectively) and were more frequently observed in the elderly. Cystic changes at the attachment of the supraspinatus and subscapularis tendons were specific to rotator cuff tears: they were observed in 28% of rotator cuff tears, but in none of those with an intact cuff. We conclude that there are two distinct types of cystic changes: one at the attachment of the supraspinatus and subscapularis tendons, which is closely related to tears of these tendons, and the other in the bare bone area of the anatomical neck, which is related to aging.

The prevalence of tears increases with age. The most significant findings are impingement and "arc of pain" sign (pain while lowering the abducted arm) 1. Supraspinatus weakness, night pain and weakness of external rotation (seen in infraspinatus tear) may also be present.

Full-thickness tears extend from the bursal to the articular surface, while partial-thickness tears are focal defects in the tendon that involve either the bursal or articular surface. Full-thickness appear on ultrasound as hypoechoic/anechoic defects in the tendon. Due to the fluid replacing the tendon, cartilage shadow gets accentuated giving a double cortex or cartilage interface sign. Also, due to the defect, overlying peribursal fat dips down into the tendon gap, creating a sagging peribursal fat sign 1.

Full-thickness tears are easier to diagnose on MRI than partial-thickness tears 2. Hyperintense signal area within the tendon on T2W, fat-suppressed, intermediate-weighted and GRE sequences, usually matches to fluid signal. They extend from the articular to the bursal surface. The presence of a tendon defect filled with fluid is the most direct sign of rotator cuff tear. Tendon retraction may also be present, which can be graded using the Patte classification. Indirect signs on MRI are - subdeltoid bursal effusion, medial dislocation of biceps, fluid along biceps tendon, and diffuse loss of peribursal fat planes. Muscle atrophy and fatty replacement is seen in chronic cases and can be graded using the Goutallier classification, or assessed with the tangent sign or scapular ratio 9,10.

Partial-thickness tears extend to either the bursal or articular surface, and sometimes they are interstitial which means confined within the tendon. Retraction of tendinous fibers from the distal insertion into the greater tuberosity may also be considered partial tear.

Chronic tears show signs of extensive use or repetitive stress, which can be reflected by intramuscular cystic changes and tendinosis in the remaining tendon. There are often risk factors for subacromial impingement present for example degenerative changes at the acromioclavicular joint or acromioclavicular joint cysts.

During the trial of Misty's murder, Hawthorne, pretending to be Iris, testified that Maya committed the crime. However, Wright eventually uncovered her identity and, with the help of Godot and Mia, was able to come to the conclusion that Maya was channeling Hawthorne. Hawthorne, condemned to eternal failure at the hands of Mia, fled from Maya's body. Iris was about to be pronounced innocent, but Godot then challenged Wright to try and find the true killer, without the help and support of the Fey sisters.

Maya later testified as well. Filled with gratitude for Godot, she attempted to cover for him. Godot taunted Wright, asserting that he would "never be half the lawyer [Mia] was", but Wright, fulfilling his mentor's legacy, persevered and proved that Godot was the killer. Realizing this, and seeing Mia's spirit in Wright, Godot finally admitted his mistakes, accepting that he had only been angry at "Trite" because he had needed someone to blame for Mia's death. He further added that he had been at least partly motivated by a chance at revenge. If he had really only wanted to save Maya, he would have talked to Wright about the plan.

He again stated that his name was Diego Armando. Maya responded that she believed that Armando really had been trying to save her. As he thanked her for her remark, his eye wound from the knife stab began to bleed through the visor. When told about it, he said simply that red does not exist in his world, and that they were in fact his tears. He gave Maya the same advice he had given Mia on her first day in court: "The only time a lawyer can cry is when it's all over".

Narrative: On 09-12-96, at 8:30 P.M., the victim drove her motor vehicle off the roadway, as she was driving south on S.W. 112 Avenue, at S.W. 230 Street. Uniform officers responded and discovered that the victim was suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where she expired as a result of the wound on 09-14-96. Prior to being discovered on the side of the road the victim had attended an exercise class at 20435 Old Cutler Road and was apparently on her way home.

Narrative: At the above time, date, and location the victim was discovered deceased inside of her residence. The crime scene suggests a robbery or burglary occurred resulting in the victim's demise.

Narrative: At the above time, date, and location the victim was discovered unconscious inside of a duplex apartment that she owned and was renovating. It was revealed that two wall air conditioning units were removed from the duplex and an attempt to remove a third unit was unsuccessful. It is believed that the victim may have interrupted a burglary in progress and as a result, she was severely beaten and ultimately expired from the injuries she suffered.

Narrative: The victim lived with his mother and sister at the above address and was known to sell small amounts of marijuana from out of the residence. At approximately 11:00 a.m. the sister left the residence, while the victim slept in his bedroom. She returned at 11:45 a.m., and upon checking him at 1:00 p.m., discovered him deceased from multiple gunshot wounds.

Narrative: The initial investigation revealed a bitter custody battle between Lynne Friend and Clifford Brett Friend, W/M/58, over their five year-old son. The court decided in Lynne Friend's favor. She was scheduled to leave Florida for Tennessee with their minor son on Monday, August 29, 1994. Lynne Friend was never seen or heard from again and her body was never discovered.

Occurred: The victim was discovered deceased on Sunday, September 26, 1993, at approximately 8:10 p.m., on State Road 826, Palmetto Expressway, in the eastbound lanes at approximately N.W. 17 Avenue, Miami, Florida.

Narrative: At the above time, date, and location, Miami-Dade Police Department uniform units were dispatched to a traffic accident. The victim's vehicle crashed into a concrete light pole at a high rate of speed. The victim was discovered deceased on the scene.

Narrative: Uniform units were dispatched to the above location after the victim's daughter discovered her mother deceased within the residence. The investigation revealed the victim's residence was burglarized and several pieces of jewelry were taken.

Narrative: The victims were discovered by a maintenance worker who received a phone call from the husband/father of the victims who was in Texas and became concerned after he was unable to contact the victims for several days.

Both victims were discovered deceased inside the apartment. Both deaths were classified as homicide and a motive for the crime still remains unknown. Si-Ying had recently graduated from Miami-Dade Community College. She had several jobs to financially assist her as she was expected to start school in Texas. She worked at the Golden Jade Restaurant located at 48 East Flagler Street, Kinko's Copy store at 1212 South Dixie Highway and was a volunteer at Coral Gables Hospital. Su-Fang worked at the Canton Restaurant 1487 South Dixie Highway and was a babysitter for friends. 041b061a72


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