David P. Raveh

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We investigated whether the sexual practices of homosexual and bisexual men attending the Jerusalem AIDS Clinic had changed between 1986/7 and 1990. The responses of a group of 79 homosexual and bisexual men to a questionnaire in 1986/7 were compared to the responses of a group of 37 homosexuals/bisexuals in 1990. Consistent yet statistically insignificant(More)
The role of Constant Observation (COb) in the general hospital is addressed. The difficulties of managing acute psychological disturbance in the general hospital are described. Concerns about confused behavior and suicidal risk appear to be the most common reasons for ordering COb. Organic brain syndrome is the most common diagnosis made in patients(More)
OBJECTIVE Quantitative studies on cluster B-personality disorder (PD) in the general hospital are scarce. The aim of this study is to examine the prevalence and characteristics of cluster B-PD patients in a consultation-liaison practice. METHODS Files of 258 consecutive patients referred for psychiatric consultation were examined. Cluster B patients were(More)
diminished sensation on the right side of the abdomen followed a few days later by urinary urgency. The symptoms had started after 2 days of fever, and a month after he had been vaccinated against the H1N1 virus (Focetria ® , Novartis). The neurological examination revealed brisk deep tendon reflexes of the right leg with an extensor plantar response. Touch(More)
The human Fc3,RI (CD64) is a high a~nity receptor for the Fc portion of immunoglobulin (Ig), and its constitutively low expression on the cell surface of monocyte/macrophage and neutrophils is selectively upregulated by interferon 3' (IFN-3') treatment have been cloned and code for proteins that predict three extraceUular Ig-like domains (Allen, of these(More)
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