Jamie Gottlieb

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We interviewed 61 housed and 79 homeless adults aged 55 and over about disability; economic, human and social capital; and stressful life events prior to becoming homeless. Over half of the homeless group had previously led conventional lives. Human capital, social capital and life events were more important than disability or economic capital in predicting(More)
Orofacial dyskinesia (Meige's syndrome) is a rare clinical entity. This disorder was first described in 1910 by Henry Meige as "spasm facial median," a disabling spasm of the facial musculature which had frequently been misdiagnosed and inappropriately treated. This report concerns a patient who presented with tonic hemifacial spasm twenty-two years after(More)