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First-degree relatives of 99 autism probands and of 36 Down's syndrome controls were assessed with standardised tests of intellectual functioning, reading, and spelling. Higher mean verbal IQ scores, and discrepancies in favour of verbal scores, were characteristic of autism relatives. No consistent differences were found on performance scales, reading, and(More)
Co-morbidity is frequently experienced by gout patients (1) but psychological morbidity associated with gout remains poorly understood. Given the established association between musculoskeletal pain and mental health problems (2), it seems plausible that gout is associated with psychological co-morbidity, such as anxiety or depression. However, the(More)
A 56-year-old man was started on therapy with isoniazid after exhibiting a positive reaction to an intradermal injection of intermediate-strength purified protein derivative of tuberculin. After the first dose and each of the following three doses, nausea, vomiting, chills, and an elevated body temperature ranging from 38 degrees C (100.4 degrees F) to 40(More)