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INTRODUCTION Cognitive impairment is now well-known in multiple sclerosis (MS). However, few rehabilitation interventions are proposed or really efficient. OBJECTIVES To present a review of cognitive rehabilitation intervention research conducted in people with multiple sclerosis (MS), regarding different findings about episodic memory, working memory,(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the methods used in the evaluation of measles vaccination coverage, identify quality concerns and provide recommendations for improvement. METHODS We reviewed surveys that were conducted to evaluate supplementary measles immunization activities in eastern and southern Africa during 2012 and 2013. We investigated the organization(s)(More)
INTRODUCTION Alteration of episodic memory is one of the main cognitive deficits observed in MS patients. PATIENTS AND METHODS We studied episodic memory in a group of 71 MS patients (37 RR, 34 SP) with the California Verbal Learning test (CVLT). Direct scores and calculated indices from CVLT performances were analyzed in comparison with controls. (More)
Taking in charge cognitive disorders is a new concept in the global care of MS patients. Cognitive disorders are observed in the all forms of the disease, sometimes early on in the evolution. These disorders can be evaluated in details even detected despite any complain in the patient. Because of the lack of clear demonstration that disease-modifying(More)
UNLABELLED Cryptococcus neoformans is a human opportunistic fungal pathogen causing severe disseminated meningoencephalitis, mostly in patients with cellular immune defects. This species is divided into three serotypes: A, D, and the AD hybrid. Our objectives were to compare population structures of serotype A and D clinical isolates and to assess whether(More)
INTRODUCTION Vaccine hesitancy and refusal continue to be a global challenge to reaching immunization targets, especially among those in traditional or fundamentalist religions. The apostolic faith in Zimbabwe has been historically associated with objection to most medical interventions, including immunization. METHODS We conducted a descriptive analysis(More)
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