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Cholinesterases in normal and Alzheimer's disease primary olfactory gyrus
The anatomical and cholinergic organization of the POG in normal human brain and neuropathology in AD is examined, indicating early involvement of pathology in olfactory structures. Expand
Neurosarcoidosis resulting in thoracic radiculopathy: a case report
This case report highlights the importance of considering thoracic radiculopathies in the differential diagnosis of vague abdominal pain and explores guidelines in diagnosing neurosarcoidosis in the absence of neural tissue biopsy. Expand
Cholinergic Neurons in Nucleus Subputaminalis in Primary Progressive Aphasia
Regardless of underlying pathology, all cases presenting with PPA showed a marked loss of cholinergic neurons in the NSP, providing further evidence for the importance of this nucleus in language function. Expand
A.03 Cholinergic Neurons in Nucleus Subputaminalis in Primary Progressive Aphasia
Background: Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) involves an isolated impairment of language function at disease onset. The cholinergic system is implicated in language and cholinergic deficits are seenExpand
Primary Care Physicians’ Knowledge, Perceptions, and Comfort Level in Managing Patients Fasting in Ramadan
A knowledge gap that exists within the PCP community and will help inform and prioritize educational needs and direct efforts to ensure safe patient management during Ramadan is outlined. Expand
Cultural competencies and tips to keep in mind when in- teracting with Muslim patients
M uslims make up a significant portion of the world population, with an estimate of 1.8 billion people as of 2015.  According to the 2011 Canadian census, Muslims make up 3.2% of the CanadianExpand