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New diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis: Guidelines for research protocols
Today there is a need for more exact criteria than existed earlier in order to conduct therapeutic trials in multicenter programs, to compare epidemiological surveys, to evaluate new diagnostic procedures, and to estimate the activity of the disease process in MS.
Vascular Factors and Risk of Dementia: Design of the Three-City Study and Baseline Characteristics of the Study Population
Objective: To describe the baseline characteristics of the participants in the Three-City (3C) Study, a study aiming to evaluate the risk of dementia and cognitive impairment attributable to vascular
Herpes Simplex Encephalitis
G Grave disquiet was voiced over the awards to hospital doctors, with the exception of those to house-officers, and it was further resolved that in future negotiations the example of general practitioners should be followed and Counsel employed to put the case.
The epidemiology of multiple sclerosis: A general overview
  • C. Poser
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Annals of neurology
  • 1 December 1994
The concept of onset‐adjusted prevalence suggests that patients who are symptomatic should be included retrospectively in epidemiological surveys, even before they have been formally diagnosed as having MS, but individuals who were symptomatic before moving to a study area should not.
Neurological manifestations of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (rendu‐osler‐weber disease): Report of 2 cases and review of the literature
Two cases of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) with neurological involvement are presented, one with multiple vascular malformations and the other with an idiopathic subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis
  • C. Poser, V. Brinar
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery
  • 1 April 2001
Optic neuromyelitis syndrome in Brazilian patients
It is clear that ONM is a syndrome rather than a single disease, and Afro-Brazilians were significantly more severely impaired and had a higher mortality rate than the white patients.
Epilepsy and multiple sclerosis
Cognitive function in patients with multiple sclerosis.
The performance of patients with multiple sclerosis on selected psychological tests was examined to ascertain the usefulness of such examinations to diagnosis, and results indicate that half the subjects exhibited cognitive impairment.