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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 of… Expand
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
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 semistructured… Expand
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 serum… Expand
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 interviews… Expand
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 with… Expand