Ken Fullerton

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Stroke disease places a heavy burden on society, incurring long periods of hospital and community care. Also stroke is a highly complex disease with heterogeneous outcomes and multiple strategies for therapy and care. In this article we develop a modeling framework that clusters patients with respect to their length of stay (LOS); phase-type models are then(More)
The two cardinal features of the syndrome described by Holmes in 19181,2 are a disorder of ocular movement and a disorder of spatial orientation. The former is manifested by severe problems of ocular fixation and accommodation, such that the patient finds great difficulty in fixing his or her gaze on an object and, having done so, has even greater(More)
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