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Early emergency department representations
The present study aims to describe early ED representation rates and identify the causes for this commonly seen problem.
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Longitudinal Grey and White Matter Changes in Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
Behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD) and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) dementia are characterised by progressive brain atrophy. Longitudinal MRI volumetry may help to characterise ongoingExpand
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Early-onset and delayed-onset poststroke dementia — revisiting the mechanisms
Incident stroke has long been recognized to cause dementia shortly after the event. Patients who survive stroke without early-onset poststroke dementia (PSD) are at a high risk of developing dementiaExpand
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Delayed-onset dementia after stroke or transient ischemic attack
Patients surviving stroke without immediate dementia are at high risk of delayed‐onset dementia. Mechanisms underlying delayed‐onset dementia are complex and may involve vascular and/orExpand
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Grey and White Matter Correlates of Recent and Remote Autobiographical Memory Retrieval – Insights from the Dementias
The capacity to remember self-referential past events relies on the integrity of a distributed neural network. Controversy exists, however, regarding the involvement of specific brain structures forExpand
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Neuropsychiatric Symptom Clusters in Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack by Cognitive Status and Stroke Subtype: Frequency and Relationships with Vascular Lesions, Brain Atrophy and Amyloid
Background The objectives of this study are 1) to examine the frequencies of neuropsychiatric symptom clusters in patients with stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) by cognitive level and strokeExpand
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Relations between Recent Past Leisure Activities with Risks of Dementia and Cognitive Functions after Stroke
Background Leisure activity participation has been shown to lower risks of cognitive decline in non-stroke populations. However, effects of leisure activities participation upon cognitive functionsExpand
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A Dual-Data Line Read Scheme for High-Speed Low-Energy Resistive Nonvolatile Memories
  • A. Lee, H. Lee, +5 authors K. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration…
  • 14 November 2017
Resistance-based memory devices are considered as a strong candidate for next-generation nonvolatile memories as well as potential application in high density embedded cache. These devices can beExpand
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Myocardial native-T1 times are elevated as a function of hypertrophy, HbA1c, and heart rate in diabetic adults without diffuse fibrosis.
PURPOSE Cardiac native-T1 times have correlated to extracellular volume fraction in patients with confirmed fibrosis. However, whether other factors that can occur either alongside or independentlyExpand
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