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Hyperactivity in anorexia nervosa: a fundamental clinical feature.
Abstract Toward the goal of assessing the prevalence and chronology of heightened physical activity in primary anorexia nervosa, we reviewed the charts of 33 patients hospitalized with this illnessExpand
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Plasma cortisol and natural killer cell activity during bereavement
Natural killer cell (NK) activity, which is important in the defense against tumors and viral infections, is reduced in women undergoing conjugal bereavement. The relationship between NK activity andExpand
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Is there a relationship between eating disorder and affective disorder? New evidence from sleep recordings.
There is evidence that patients with anorexia nervosa (particularly those who also have bulimia) and patients with affective disorder share many features. The authors present sleep polygraph dataExpand
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Repeated bereavement, depressed mood, and immune parameters in HIV seropositive and seronegative gay men.
The relationships among bereavement, depressed mood, and immunologic patterns prognostic for the development of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) were determined in a sample of humanExpand
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Psychobiology and Human Disease
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Failure of T3 to potentiate tricyclic antidepressant response.
Despite a lack of documented efficacy in controlled trials, triiodothyronine (T3) is frequently administered as an adjunctive therapy for tricyclic resistant depressions. In this study, we tested theExpand
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Similarities in Mental Content of Psychotic States, Spontaneous Seizures, Dreams, and Responses to Electrical Brain Stimulation in Patients with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
&NA; The present study was guided by the hypothesis that temporal lobe epilepsy psychosis is associated with a definable syndrome of deficits in the higher cortical functions. Comparison was made ofExpand
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Praise be to psychosomatic medicine.
  • H. Weiner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychosomatic medicine
  • 1 May 1999
OBJECTIVE To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the publication of Psychosomatic Medicine, a review of its first 45 years of existence was performed to highlight the conceptual, methodological, andExpand
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Vertebral fractures as a complication of electroconvulsive therapy.
One of the complications of convulsive seizures, regardless of etiology, is compression fracture of the vertebrae. Lehndorff1first reported this occurring in tetanus. Reed and Dancey2and Cook andExpand
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Nonobesity at the time of mastectomy is highly predictive of 10-year disease-free survival in women with breast cancer.
25 unselected women with operable breast cancer were followed after radical mastectomy until they died of recurrent cancer (non-survivors), or for 10 years if there was no recurrence (survivors): allExpand
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