JoAn Petersen

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In order to determine the borderlines of the benign partial epilepsy of children with centrotemporal spike foci ('Rolandic epilepsy') 43 patients with epilepsy and spike foci in the centrotemporal region or elsewhere drawn from the EEG files were re-evaluated as adults. The prognosis was equally good whether the spike focus was in the centrotemporal region(More)
The Medical Library Association's Standards for Hospital Libraries 2002 has been developed as a guide for hospital administrators, librarians, and accrediting bodies to ensure that hospitals have the resources and services to effectively meet their needs for knowledge-based information. Specific requirements for knowledge-based information include that the(More)
Objective Cardiovascular diseases including coronary artery disease and cerebrovascular disease remain major causes of morbidity, disability and death in most industrialised countries. Mortality from stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States and a leading cause of long-term severe disability. 1 Stroke represents a disproportionate(More)
Twenty five patients with conservatively treated cerebral arteriovenous malformation were followed up for a mean of 10.6 years after diagnosis. The follow up included neuropsychological examination. Bleeding did not occur after the time of diagnosis. Three patients had moderate to severe neurological deficits, five had moderate to severe intellectual(More)
In 25 patients with cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) computer tomography (CT) was compared with dynamic and static intravenous radionuclide angioscintigraphy (99mTc-labelled red blood cells). The diagnosis was verified by arteriography performed 2-20 years prior to this study. Scintigrams and CT-scans were evaluated 'blindly' by independent(More)
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