Jacqueline H Williams

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Partial hydatidiform mole associated with live births is a rare condition. There are not enough cases in the literature to allow the assessment of comprehensive risks to be made and upon which management policies can be based. Several clinical dilemmas arise following diagnosis of a viable pregnancy associated with molar tissue. We present two cases(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the time course of response to electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in elderly depressed subjects. In particular, to determine whether significant antidepressant response occurs during the first few treatments. DESIGN A naturalistic study of elderly patients receiving ECT. SETTING Acute admission wards of a UK old age psychiatric service.(More)
versity of London, London, UK; Pernille Ravn PhD, Department for Pulmonary and Infectious diseases, North Zealand Hospital Hillerød, Hillerød, Denmark; Theresia Scholman MD, Department of Transplant and Infection Immunology, Saarland University, Homburg, Germany; Timo Wolf MD, HIV Center, Department of Infectious Diseases, Johann-WolfgangGoethe University,(More)
Proliferative retinopathy is a recognized long-term complication of diabetes and the commonest cause of blindness in young people. There is, however, some uncertainty regarding counselling given on the continuation of pregnancy when it is complicated by retinopathy. This case is used to highlight this difficulty and to discuss management based on literature(More)
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