Alexander Fjaeldstad

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Olfactory deficits are a common (often prodromal) symptom of neurodegenerative or psychiatric disorders. As such, olfaction could have great potential as an early biomarker of disease, for example using neuroimaging to investigate the breakdown of structural connectivity profile of the primary olfactory networks. We investigated the suitability for this(More)
Background Accurate diagnosis of ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) is complicated by the presence of mimickers such as pericarditis, one of the most common reasons for (negative) emergency cardiac catheterization. Beyond common electrocardiogram (ECG) criteria for pericarditis, a rule of ST segment elevation in lead II greater than lead III (II >(More)
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