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Effect of Iyengar yoga therapy for chronic low back pain
Low back pain is a significant public health problem and one of the most commonly reported reasons for the use of Complementary Alternative Medicine. A randomized control trial was conducted in… Expand
The Northwick Park Neck Pain Questionnaire, devised to measure neck pain and disability.
- A. Leak, J. Cooper, S. Dyer, K. A. Williams, L. Turner-Stokes, A. Frank
- British journal of rheumatology
- 1 May 1994
Neck pain is common in rheumatological practice. Assessment of outcome is difficult without objective measures. A neck pain questionnaire using nine five-part sections has been devised to overcome… Expand
Unrecognized human immunodeficiency virus infection in emergency department patients.
- G. Kelen, S. Fritz, +7 authors K. A. Williams
- The New England journal of medicine
- 23 June 1988
To determine the extent of unrecognized human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, we examined blood samples drawn from patients presenting to an inner-city emergency department. We found 119 of… Expand
Evaluation of a Wellness-Based Mindfulness Stress Reduction Intervention: A Controlled Trial
- K. A. Williams, M. Kolar, B. Reger, J. Pearson
- American journal of health promotion : AJHP
- 1 July 2001
Purpose. To determine if participation in a Wellness-Based Mindfulness Stress Reduction intervention decreases the effect of daily hassles, psychological distress, and medical symptoms. Design. A… Expand
A note on controlling significance levels in stepwise regression.
Warthin's Tumors and Their Relationship to Lung Cancer
- C. White, K. A. Williams, J. Rodríguez-Figueroa, C. Langer
- Cancer investigation
- 2 January 2015
Warthin's tumors (WT) are frequently encountered in clinical practice and can be easily mis-identified. To date, there has been no proven association between WT and lung cancer. A retrospective chart… Expand
Intraoperative urethral pressure profilometry as an adjunct to bladder neck reconstruction.
Between 1975 and 1984 we performed 17 bladder neck reconstructions with bladder neck suspension using intraoperative urethral pressure profilometry. Studies were done intraoperatively after bladder… Expand
PEROPERATIVE BLOOD-TRANSFUSIONS IMPROVE CADAVERIC RENAL-ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL IN NON-TRANSFUSED RECIPIENTS: A Prospective Controlled Clinical Trial
Abstract The effect of peroperative transfusion was studied in 27 patients who had never had a blood-transfusion or been pregnant and who were receiving their first cadaver renal allograft. 13… Expand
Relationship between alcohol abuse and low back pain.
- D. Gorman, G. Potamianos, K. A. Williams, A. Frank, S. W. Duffy, T. Peters
- Alcohol and alcoholism
One hundred and forty-two consecutive referrals attending a low back pain clinic were assessed with questionnaires and blood tests for their alcohol consumption and the severity of their low back… Expand
Peroperative blood-transfusion improve cadaveric renal-allograft survival in non-transfused recipients. A prospective controlled clinical trial.
The effect of peroperative transfusion was studied in 27 patients who had never had a blood-transfusion or been pregnant and who were receiving their first cadaver renal allograft. 13 patients in the… Expand