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The Luria-Nebraska Battery has been shown to be a valid measure of neuropsychological functioning in younger adults; however, little validity research with the elderly has been reported. Seventy-eight healthy elderly adults (mean age = 72.2 years) were tested with the Luria-Nebraska Battery and 92% of the profiles were found to be within normal limits.(More)
A study conducted in 1953 by one of the authors (H.S.M. Uhl) reported that orally administered ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) both prevented the accumulation of cholesterol in the liver of cholesterol-fed rabbits and caused the removal of accumulated cholesterol from the liver. These observations were made in rabbits fed high concentrations of(More)
The pathogenesis of congestive heart failure is still obscure. Previous studies showed a decrease in cellular osmolarity during recovery from low output failure. A similar trend was found during recovery from high output failure due to beriberi, suggesting an analogous cellular disturbance. It is postulated that increased cellular osmolarity is an important(More)
The pathogenesis of congestive heart failure is still obscure. Previous studies showed a decrease in cellular osmolarity during recovery from low output failure. A similar trend was found during recovery from high output failure due to beriberi, suggesting an analogous cellular disturbance. It is postulated that increased cellular osmolarity is an important(More)