Jamie B. Grimes

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A bomb blast may cause the full severity range of traumatic brain injury (TBI), from mild concussion to severe, penetrating injury. The pathophysiology of blast-related TBI is distinctive, with injury magnitude dependent on several factors, including blast energy and distance from the blast epicentre. The prevalence of blast-related mild TBI in modern war(More)
Serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SRI)-induced sexual dysfunction is common, and a number of pharmacologic adjunctive strategies have been employed to treat this vexing problem. This open label study tested the efficacy of adjunctive bupropion across several measures of sexual function. Patients taking SRIs for various mood or anxiety disorders who reported(More)
BACKGROUND Serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SRI) antidepressants have been associated with sexual dysfunction, though there have been few prospective reports specifically examining this problem. The purpose of this study was to determine if three SRIs affected sexual function in anxiety disorder patients over a 3-month period. METHODS Thirty-one patients(More)
Patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) often present with a constellation of symptoms that may interact, persist, and exacerbate if untreated [1–7]. Recently, clinicians have noted that auditory, vestibular, and visual symptoms were frequently reported by combat returnees during their clinical evaluation and treatment [8–12]. These sensory issues are(More)
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