Heather Muhr

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From a family with essential familial myoclonus, 150 members in eight generations were studied. Twenty-five of them suffered from myoclonus of varying severity. The findings in routine examinations of blood, urine and cerebrospinal fluid, EEG and skull radiographs were normal. Therapeutic trials did not produce lasting satisfactory results. The most(More)
Traumatic herniae in childhood are discussed on the basis of four cases, one of diaphragmatic rupture, two of abdominal wall herniae and one of intercostal hernia. The increase in such injuries is attributed to the rise in road accidents, especially involving bicycles. The typical mode of injury in the cases of abdominal and thoracic wall herniae was by(More)
This article reviews the current use of stimulants in adolescents. The evidence base for treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adolescents is meager compared with that of ADHD in children, and much recent research of older populations with ADHD has been directed toward adults rather than adolescents. The structure of psychosocial(More)
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