Earl Abraham

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Results are reported of a regional survey of hospitalized head injuries in Israeli children aged 0-7 years during the period 1970-1976. There were 370 such cases surveyed. Incidence of head injury requiring hospitalization was 1.71/1000 per year. Follow-up examination 4-10 years after injury was achieved in 50 per cent of the cases. Late seizures and focal(More)
A neurologic and neuropsychologic test battery was administered to a sample of 35 children drawn from all those in a defined geographic area who had been hospitalized for head trauma before age 7 during the years 1970-1976. Examination was performed 3 1/2 to 10 years after injury, at age 6-15. Twelve subjects had been diagnosed at the time of injury as(More)
Antiphospholipid Antibodies (aPAs) are specific circulating immunoglobulins that lead to a hypercoagulant state and recurrent arterial and venous thromboembolic events. The cerebral circulation is the most common site of arterial occlusion in aPAs, and neurologic events include amaurosis fugax, migrainous cephalalgia, transient ischemic attacks (TIA),(More)
WAIS-R Verbal-Performance IQ difference scores for Ward's (1990) seven subtest short form and the complete WAIS-R were examined in patients with lateralized and diffuse lesions. For both versions, the expected Performance > Verbal pattern was observed in the right hemisphere lesion group, while no summary score differences were seen in the left hemisphere(More)
BACKGROUND Most studies on sacral nerve stimulation (SNS) are either single-centre with small numbers of patients or multi-centre studies. We present the medium-term follow-up results from a single centre for 127 patients undergoing SNS. METHODS Consecutive patients treated with SNS for faecal incontinence had preoperative baseline St Mark's continence(More)
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