Lyndsey Tomlinson

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This study compares cognitive function in new referrals with epilepsy well-controlled on single drug therapy with either phenytoin or carbamazepine with that in an untreated control group. Patients receiving phenytoin performed consistently less well on memory tasks than did those untreated or receiving carbamazepine. Although patients on phenytoin overall(More)
BACKGROUND Lifestyle modification is widely recommended to kidney allograft recipients post transplantation due to the cardiometabolic risks associated with immunosuppression including new-onset diabetes, weight gain and cardiovascular events. However, we have no actual evidence that undertaking lifestyle modification protects from any adverse outcomes post(More)
In this study there was no qualitative difference in the performance of a heterogeneous group of epileptic patients and normal subjects on a recognition task for visually presented verbal material. There was, however, a significant overall difference in the number of words recognised. After a statistical correction for V.I.Q. was made this difference(More)
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