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Studies in well-defined populations are useful in identifying factors that influence frequency and severity of headache and in understanding its impact on people. The aims of this study were to determine the frequency of headache in the medical students of Santa Catarina's Federal University, examine associated factors, verify the diagnostic impressions of… (More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the accuracy of 4 different indices of cardiac risk currently used for predicting perioperative cardiac complications. METHODS We studied 119 patients at a university-affiliated hospital whose cardiac assessment had been required for noncardiac surgery. Predictive factors of high risk for perioperative cardiac complications were… (More)
The authors studied 19 patients with parkinsonism induced by flunarizine. All them improved when the drug therapy was discontinued for periods from 7 days to 10 months. Depression was observed in 68.5% of the patients.