Gabriel Bucurescu

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After a single seizure, about 40% of patients have recurrence. The main features correlating with recurrence are cause, seizure type, EEG findings, family history of seizures and, possibly, the presence of a prior febrile seizure, Todd's paresis, and other abnormal neurologic findings. A number of medications are available for treatment. Withdrawal from(More)
A secondary analysis of data from adult female prison inmates in the mid-Atlantic United States defined relationships between having incarcerated adult family members during childhood and neurological outcomes. Of 135 inmates, 99 (60%) had one or more incarcerated adult family members during childhood. Regression analyses revealed that having incarcerated(More)
The authors report results of a retrospective pilot study showing a strong association between patients with stroke/TIA and the presence of circulating IgG and IgA antibodies to Chlamydia pneumoniae. These results support the hypothesis that chronic active or persistent infection may play a role in the mechanism of thrombosis. The risk for stroke associated(More)
The purpose of this study was to explain relationships between neurological dysfunction, HIV serological status, and HIV risk behaviors that have not been well understood. A secondary analysis was conducted on data from 117 female prison inmates. Another 18 female inmates from the same prison were further evaluated with more specific neurological,(More)
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