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OBJECTIVE The clinical and pathologic features of hereditary dysphasic disinhibition dementia (HDDD) are described to determine whether it is a variant of known dementias. BACKGROUND Several dementing disorders have clinical and pathologic similarities with AD, Pick's disease, and the "nonspecific" dementias. A detailed description of clinical and(More)
Twelve Faculty of Homeopathy veterinarians recorded data systematically at 777 consecutive homeopathic appointments for horses over a period of 12 months. A spreadsheet enabled the recording of information, which included the date of appointment; horse and owner identity (anonymised); sex of horse; main medical problem treated; whether the condition was(More)
OBJECTIVES A population-based controlled study to determine whether adult (55-74 years) neurological disease deaths are continuing to rise and are there significant differences between America and the twenty developed countries 1989-91 and 2012-14. METHOD Total Neurological Deaths (TND) rates contrasted against control Cancer and Circulatory Disease(More)
INTRODUCTION The peer-review literature contains no controlled clinical research of homeopathy in cats and very little in dogs. MAIN OBJECTIVE To collect clinical outcomes data systematically from individualised homeopathic treatment of cats and dogs that would help to inform controlled research in feline and canine homeopathy. METHODS Twenty-one(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Targeted research development in veterinary homeopathy is properly informed by the systematic collection and analysis of relevant clinical data obtained by its practitioners. We organised a pilot data collection study, in which 8 Faculty of Homeopathy veterinarians collected practice-based clinical and outcomes data over a 6-month(More)
The series studied comprises all 851 patients with symptom-producing intracranial saccular aneurysms admitted to the departments of neurosurgery in Denmark in the five-year period of 1970–1974. The series was divided into seven clinical stages according to Hunt's classification. More than half of the patients were grouped in stages IV and V (Hunt grade(More)
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