Johanna Rae

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The PLORAS Database is a relational repository of anatomical and functional imaging data that has primarily been acquired from stroke survivors, along with standardized scores on a wide range of sensory, motor and cognitive abilities, demographic details and medical history. As of January 2015, we have data from 750 patients with an expected accrual rate of(More)
The site and extent of intrarenal fibrin deposition has been examined by routine histological staining, immunofluorescence, and electron microscopy in 109 patients with a wide variety of renal diseases. The findings have been correlated with the amount of urinary fibrin/fibrinogen degradation product (FDP) excretion as measured by the tanned red cell(More)
Post-stroke prognoses are usually inductive, generalizing trends learned from one group of patients, whose outcomes are known, to make predictions for new patients. Research into the recovery of language function is almost exclusively focused on monolingual stroke patients, but bilingualism is the norm in many parts of the world. If bilingual language(More)
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