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Small-Scale Fisheries in the Tropics : Marginality , Marginalization , and Some Implications for Fisheries Management
Absrfflct.-A briefan.:liysis ofllllpical snWl-seale fisbe~ is plCSCnled. strodural by lWO areas ofemphasis: marginaliwion--aauaJ and perccival----8nd Mallhusi:ul o~erfishinll. aconeepll proposedExpand
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Long-term course of Menière's disease revisited
Conclusions: The investigated studies disclose a large variability of the many symptoms appearing in the course of Menière's disease. Objectives: To analyze the data of 46 mostly retrospectiveExpand
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How to identify psychogenic disorders of stance and gait
SummaryThirty-seven patients with psychogenic disorders of stance and gait were clinically evaluated, recorded on video, and analysed with regard to clinical phenomenology. Characteristic, suggestiveExpand
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Causative Factors, Epidemiology, and Follow‐up of Bilateral Vestibulopathy
Bilateral vestibulopathy (BV) is characterized by impaired or lost function of both peripheral labyrinths or of the eighth nerves. In a review of 255 patients (mean age ± SD, 62 ± 16 years) with BVExpand
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Phobic postural vertigo: a first follow-up
Seventy-eight patients with phobic postural vertigo (PPV) and 17 patients with psychogenic disorder of stance and gait (PSG) were asked to evaluate their condition 6 months to 5.5 years after theirExpand
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Fear of heights and visual height intolerance.
PURPOSE OF REVIEW The aim of this review is, first, to cover the different aspects of visual height intolerance such as historical descriptions, definition of terms, phenomenology of the condition,Expand
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Benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo: A long-term follow-up (6–17 years) of 125 patients
Conclusions. The study disclosed a few predictive factors for benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo (BPPV) recurrences, which are clinically relevant and essential for patient awareness of the oftenExpand
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Course of illness in phobic postural vertigo
Forty‐two patients with phobic postural vertigo took part in a neurological and psychiatric follow‐up study. During the follow‐up time of about 2.5 years the neurological diagnosis remained stableExpand
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Saccular function less affected than canal function in bilateral vestibulopathy
Bilateral vestibulopathy (BV) is characterized by impaired or lost function of both labyrinths or eighth nerves. The diagnosis is routinely established by the head-thrust test, caloric irrigation andExpand
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Psychogenic disorders in neurology: frequency and clinical spectrum
Abstract Among 4470 consecutive neurological impatients presenting “with typical neurological symptoms” 405 (9%) were found to have psychogenic rather than neurological dysfunction of the nervousExpand
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