University of Wisconsin–Madison Medical College of Wisconsin

Volume 113, Issue 3

June 2014

Traumatic Eye Injuries: Frequency and Cause

Trauma is a significant source of severe ocular injury in the United States, with approximately 2.4 million eye injuries in the United States annually. A study in this issue of WMJ explores the causes and frequency of traumatic enucleation among patients treated in a large regional institution over a 12-year period.

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In This Issue
Data Sharing Needed to Increase Quality and Decrease Costs
John J. Frey, III, MD, WMJ Medical Editor
WMJ. 2014;113(3):93-94.

Special Report

The Wisconsin Pharmacy Quality Collaborative—A Team-Based Approach to Optimizing Medication Therapy Outcomes
Erika Horstmann, PharmD; Kari Trapskin, PharmD; Mark V. Wegner, MD, MPH
WMJ. 2014;113(3):95-98.

Original Research

Ocular Trauma Resulting in Enucleation: A 12-year Experience From a Large Regional Institution
Ashley M. Lundin, MD; Amir A. Azari, MD; Mozhgan R. Kanavi, MD; Heather D. Potter, MD; Mark J. Lucarelli, MD; Cat N. Burkat, MD; Daniel M. Albert, MD
WMJ. 2014;113(3):99-101.

The Wisconsin Immunization Registry Experience: Comparing Real-time and Batched File Submissions From Health Care Providers
Stephanie L. Schauer, PhD; Thomas R. Maerz; Matthew J. Verdon, BS; Daniel J. Hopfensperger, BS; Jeffrey P. Davis, MD
WMJ. 2014;113(3):102-106.

Review Article

A Clinical, Diagnostic, and Ecologic Perspective on Human Anaplasmosis in the Upper Midwest
Anna M. Schotthoefer; Jennifer K. Meece; Thomas R. Fritsche, MD
WMJ. 2014;113(3):107-114.

Case Reports

Idiopathic Spontaneous Rupture of an Intercostal Artery
Anahita Dua MD, MS, MBA; Arshish Dua, Sarah Jechow, Sapan S. Desai, MD, PhD, MBA; SreyRam Kuy, MD, MHS
WMJ. 2014;113(3):116-118.

A Case of Pityriasis Amiantacea with Rapid Response to Treatment
Gabrielle Mannino, MS; Cort McCaughey, MD; Erin Vanness, MD
WMJ. 2014;113(3):119-120.

Your Profession

Looking Back…to 1914
Annual Address of the President of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin: Commercialism
C.S. Sheldon, MD
WMJ. 2014;113(3):89.

Focus on Community Health
Pediatrician’s Passion Evolves Into Center for Childhood Safety
Kay Simmons
WMJ. 2014;113(3):90-92.

Dean’s Corner
Endowment Transitions from Grantmaker to Changemaker
Cheryl A. Maurana, PhD; Joseph E. Kerschner, MD
WMJ. 2014;113(3):122.

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