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Huntington's Chorea in South Wales A genetic and epidemiological study
- D. A. Walker, P. Harper, C. Wells, A. Tyler, K. Davies, R. Newcombe
- MedicineClinical genetics
- 1 April 1981
A study of Huntington's Chorea in South Wales has shown a prevalence of 7.61 per 100,000 in the counties of Gwent and Glamorgan, with a total population of 1.7 million, and analysis of migration patterns suggests that around 20 % of cases in each generation arise from outsideGlamorgan and Gwent.
Premonitory symptoms of cerebral embolism.
- C. Wells
- MedicineArchives of neurology
- 1 November 1961
The clinical events surrounding cerebral embolism have received scant attention from neurologists and most studies dealing with the clinical event in man have been written by cardiologists primarily interested in the origin of the embolus itself or by pathologists predominantly concerned with its end state.
Isolated trigeminal neuropathy. A report of 16 cases.
Language disturbance. An initial symptom of cortical degenerations and dementia.
Patients who consult physicians for language disturbance should be evaluated and followed up both for evidence of progressive language deterioration and for the development of a generalized dementia.
Manual of Neurologic Therapeutics with Essentials of Diagnosis
- C. Wells
- 1 August 1979
Paperwork, Pressure, and Discouragement: Student Attitudes Toward Guidance Services and Implications for the Profession
This article goes beyond the traditional survey of student attitudes toward the school guidance service. The student data are used as a springboard to the broader issues affecting the counseling…
Cerebral thrombosis in patients under fifty years of age.
The natural history of cerebrovascular disease has until recently been largely unexplored, but knowledge of the usual course of cerebral vascular disease has become essential to the rational selection and the critical evaluation of therapy.