Alicja Booth

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BACKGROUND The growing propensity to diagnose AD in individuals with very mild cognitive impairment increases the danger of false-positive diagnostic errors. Unfortunately, there is little systematically acquired information about the accuracy of the AD diagnosis in very mildly impaired patients. OBJECTIVE To determine the accuracy of the diagnosis of AD(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect of dementing illnesses on the risk of dying, taking into account other conditions that would shorten survival. DESIGN Five-year follow-up of community survey of dementia. SETTING Five-year data were obtained for the 3531 subjects, aged 65 years and older, who participated in the 1987 population survey of dementia in(More)
The effect of an i.p. injection of glucose on the thermal response of murine tissues was studied. Animal tumors were early generation isotransplants of a spontaneous fibrosarcoma, FSa-II. Tumors were transplanted into the foot pad, and hyperthermia was given by immersing the foot into a constant-temperature water bath. The tumor and normal tissue responses(More)
Carman. 2011b. Population exposure to a novel influenza A virus over three waves of infection. 2011. The best practice for preparation of samples from FTA(R)cards for diagnosis of blood borne infections using African trypanosomes as a model system. Host inhibits replication of European porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus in macrophages by(More)
Ventricular fibrillation (VF) in the globally ischemic heart is characterized by a progressive electrical depression manifested as a decline in the VF excitation rate (VFR) and loss of excitability, which occur first in the subepicardium (Epi) and spread to the subendocardium (Endo). Early electrical failure is detrimental to successful defibrillation and(More)
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