Dan Davies

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One of the most challenging questions facing service providers and policy makers alike is the appropriate level of supervision for adults living in the community following a brain injury. In a 3-year province-wide study of people entering the community following brain injury rehabilitation, four individuals (out of 22 studied) made a transition from fully(More)
Despite considerable attention to community integration and related topics in the past decades, a clear definition of community integration continues to elude researchers and service providers. Common to most discussions of the topic, however, are three ideas: that integration involves relationships with others, independence in one's living situation and(More)
ABH antigens have been demonstrated in the posterior root ganglia (PRG) of 3 primate species (marmoset, baboon and man). Their expression corresponded to the ABO phenotype of the individual and was independent of the secretor gene. In marmosets more cells were positive for H (33 +/- 9%) than for A (19 +/- 6%). In baboons A or B antigens were more easily(More)
Darkness pupil diameters, light reflexes, and redilatation times have been recorded with infrared TV pupillometry in 12 consecutive patients with systemic amyloidosis associated with sensory motor and autonomic neuropathy. Nine of the patients had AL amyloidosis, two had familial amyloidosis associated with a transthyretin abnormality, and one was untyped.(More)
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