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All members of the Fecampiidae are endoparasites. Since 1964 when only four species were known, four new species and 11 cocoon types, made by as many unknown species, have been described. The Fecampiidae are distributed in all major oceans from shallow waters to more than 5000 m depth.
The morphology of Kronborgia pugettensis sp. nov., an endoparasite from the haemocoele of the caridean shrimp Heptacarpus kincaidi is described from specimens collected in the San Juan Island region of the western coast of North America. Members of this species are unisexual as are other members of the genus, but only females were found. An ootype and a… (More)
Five cases of psychiatric disturbances in unaccompanied children who were refused political asylum are described. The children showed severe reactions with suicidal thoughts or psychosis, with a characteristic loss of perception of time during the long period of waiting for a decision. These children with severe reactions constituted a minority of the total… (More)
The Danish Mental Health Act of 1989 improved the legal rights of psychotic patients and secured that involuntary admissions and retentions could be tried before the courts. Fixations and medication given against the patient's will could be tried before a Patient Review Board. Under the law doctors and "patient advisors" are now obliged to inform patients… (More)
Extraadrenal phaeochromocytomas are very rare tumours, commonly associated with hypertensive paroxysms. We report a 20 year-old man with unsuspected extraadrenal phaeochromocytoma, who at admission presented with septicaemia and adult respiratory distress syndrome, suggesting pneumonia.
A prospective analysis of the effect of group analytical psychotherapy in a psychiatric day hospital is presented. The majority of the patients were women and a majority of these were from poorly educated social groups. The patients, the psychotherapists and also an independent interviewer found that improvement had occurred: 88% had fewer symptoms of… (More)
Ninety chronic psychotic patients' use of a psychiatric emergency ward in Copenhagen County was examined. Over a one year period most patients came to the emergency ward once or twice when other treatment facilities were not open. They came because of an exacerbation of symptoms rather than because of social needs.