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Is multiple sclerosis the equivalent of Parkinson's disease for noradrenaline?
We have found that increasing noradrenaline (NA) levels through the use of antidepressants and 1-dopa has effects on the symptoms of MS. On these grounds we wish to present a hypothetical basis ofExpand
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Anxiety concerning fetal malformations in pregnant women exposed or not exposed to an antenatal serum alpha-fetoprotein screening program.
Individual degrees of anxiety concerning fetal malformations were assessed in early, mid- and late pregnancy by means of self-rating on visual analogue scales. Two samples of women were compared,Expand
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Who Declines from Antenatal Serum α‐Fetoprotein Screening and Why?
Abstract. One hundred women who declined a voluntary α‐fetoprotein screening test during early pregnancy and one hundred women who accepted the test were investigated by means of semistructuredExpand
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Anxiety concerning fetal malformations in women who accept or refuse alpha-fetoprotein screening in pregnancy
Degrees of anxiety concerning fetal malformations were assessed by self-rating on Visual Analogue Scales in early, mid, and late pregnancy in 263 women who agreed to take part in a serumExpand
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Who declines from antenatal serum alpha-fetoprotein screening--and why?
One hundred women who declined a voluntary alpha-fetoprotein screening test during early pregnancy and one hundred women who accepted the test were investigated by means of semistructured interviewsExpand
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Psychological reactions experienced by pregnant women with an elevated serum alpha-fetoprotein level
Repeated semistructured interviews with 66 singleton-pregnant women disclosed that when they were notified that they had an elevated serum AFP level, 47 per cent reacted with panic, 35 per cent withExpand
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