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In this study, we describe a new form of synaesthesia in which visual perception of touch elicits conscious tactile experiences in the perceiver. We describe a female subject (C) for whom the observation of another person being touched is experienced as tactile stimulation on the equivalent part of C's own body. Apart from this clearly abnormal synesthetic(More)
Despite the considerable interest in the possibility that ATP may function as a peripheral pain mediator, there has been little quantitative study of the pain-producing effects of ATP in humans. Here we have used iontophoresis to deliver ATP to the forearm skin of volunteers who rated the magnitude of the evoked pain on a visual analogue scale. ATP(More)
We studied functional status of MS patients in a geographically based cohort in Olmsted County, Minnesota. The 162 definite MS patients who were alive and residing in the study area on December 1, 1991, constituted the MS prevalence disability cohort. We identified 179 cases of definite or probable MS, providing an overall sex- and age-adjusted prevalence(More)
EBV-associated post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease (PTLD) remains an important complication of allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (allo-HSCT). We retrospectively analysed the incidence and risk factors for EBV reactivation in 186 adult patients undergoing consecutive allo-HSCT with alemtuzumab T-cell depletion at a single centre.(More)
  • Alabama Kim, Davis-Allen Alabama, Medicaid Agency, Noam H Arzt, Hln Consulting, Llc +29 others
  • 2012
Health information technology (health IT) and health information exchange (HIE) hold great promise for improving health and health care. The passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (The Recovery Act), and with it the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) of 2009, provided funding for a wide range of(More)
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