Jakob Carlsson

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BACKGROUND/AIM Within the first days of life infants can already recognize their mother. This ability is based on several sensory mechanisms and increases during the first year of life, having its most crucial phase between 6 and 9 months when cortical circuits develop. The underlying cortical structures that are involved in this process are still unknown.(More)
Thirty patients with whiplash injuries were examined 1 to 55 months after the accidents. Pain had appeared on the day of the accident in 24 (80%) of the patients and with different delays in the remainder. The mean pain intensity was 43 mm (SD 26) on a visual analogue scale (VAS). All patients had pain in the neck, 17-33% had headache and 6-17% had pain in(More)
Changes in Helicobacter pylori-associated gastritis of the antrum and corpus were investigated in a large number of patients treated with omeprazole, with or without the addition of amoxycillin. To investigate the role of H. pylori-associated gastritis in ulcerogenesis and its interplay with omeprazole, biopsies were taken and evaluated according to the(More)
To clarify the impact of autonomic neuropathy in diabetic patients, we have conducted a prospective study of 58 Type 1 and 51 Type 2 diabetic patients (investigated at baseline, after 4, and after 7 years). In Type 1 diabetic patients, the sympathetic nerve function (orthostatic acceleration and brake indices) and in Type 2 patients, parasympathetic nerve(More)
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