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The functional significance of event-related desynchronization (ERD) of alpha rhythm was investigated in a task which manipulated cognitive load and event rate. It was found that with increasing cognitive load the amount and duration of ERD increased. When a slow event rate was used the mean relative desynchronization of alpha rhythm and duration of ERD(More)
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The effects of a subject's activation state on cognitive processing were studied, while subjects performed verbal and non-verbal tasks under a speed and accuracy instruction. It was found that stressing speed influenced the level of prestimulus alpha power and consequently the amount of relative event-related desynchronization (ERD). Increasing task(More)
Abnormal EEGs have been reported in XYY and XXY men located in psychiatric hospitals and prisons. In general, persons resident in institutions are more likely to exhibit EEG abnormalities than "normal" population, and this bias of ascertainment has complicated the interpretation of these results. The present study was conducted in Denmark. Chromosome(More)
This paper reports the electrocardiogram measures and blood pressure of 12 men with 47,XYY, 14 men with 47,XXY, and 52 matched controls with 46,XY. The abnormal karyotypes were identified in a systematic population search for XYY and XXY men. The subjects and their matched controls were examined in a double-blind fashion. Electrocardiogram measures of(More)
Introduction: Previous research in this centre enabled the introduction of a local protocol of nonbiopsy and discharge of women <30 years old with presumed fibroadenomas (FAs). Four years on, we have audited protocol accuracy, effect on biopsy workload, safety and its potential for influencing UK and European practice. Methods: Women aged <30 attending the(More)
Breast cancer is not only increasing in the west but also particularly rapidly in eastern countries where traditionally the incidence has been low. The rise in incidence is mainly related to changes in reproductive patterns and lifestyle. These trends could potentially be reversed by defining women at greatest risk and offering appropriate preventive(More)
Introduction: Previous research in this centre enabled the introduction of a local protocol of nonbiopsy and discharge of women <30 years old with presumed fibroadenomas (FAs). Four years on, we have audited protocol accuracy, effect on biopsy workload, safety and its potential for influencing UK and European practice. Methods: Women aged <30 attending the(More)
Introduction: Previous research in this centre enabled the introduction of a local protocol of nonbiopsy and discharge of women <30 years old with presumed fibroadenomas (FAs). Four years on, we have audited protocol accuracy, effect on biopsy workload, safety and its potential for influencing UK and European practice. Methods: Women aged <30 attending the(More)