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This report presents the case of a patient with a naturally occurring, nonsurgical, frontal lesion who exhibited superior performances on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) and Halstead's Category Test (HCT) as an exception to the widely accepted clinical rule that patients with dorsolateral frontal damage are necessarily impaired with respect to(More)
PURPOSE In 2008, a trachoma prevalence survey was conducted in the five northern districts of Sierra Leone to determine if and where specific components of the SAFE strategy (Surgery, Antibiotics, Face washing, Environmental change) should be initiated. METHODS A cross-sectional survey at district level was implemented using two-stage random cluster(More)
Background and behavior of 90 children identified as fire-setters in a population of 544 referred for residential treatment is presented. None exhibited fire-setting behavior while in residential treatment, but questions are raised about alternative treatments achieving the same result. A current bibliography is provided.
INTRODUCTION Standardized, validated training programs for teaching administrative decision-making to healthcare professionals responding to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents have not been available. Therefore, a multidisciplinary team designed, developed, and offered a four-day, functional exercise, competency-based course at a national training(More)
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