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Posttraumatic Epilepsy Risk Factors: One‐Year Prospective Study After Head Injury
Summary: Purpose: Prospective evaluation of risk factors for posttraumatic epilepsy (PTE) by using clinical, EEG, and brain computed tomography (CT) data in four assessments from the head injury (HI)Expand
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EEG spectral analysis in vascular and Alzheimer dementia.
The role of EEG spectral analysis in the diagnosis of syndromes of dementia is still disputed. Since there have been few studies dealing with the profile of power spectra, the present investigationExpand
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EEG power spectrum differences in early and late onset forms of Alzheimer's disease
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relationship between some EEG spectral parameters and age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (AD). METHODS A study on the wakefulness EEG, recorded during eyes closed andExpand
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Depression after stroke: an investigation through catamnesis.
BACKGROUND In the early stage of stroke, depression appears to be linked to certain brain areas. The study evaluated the importance of the side of the lesion in depressed patients 3 years after theirExpand
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EEG spectral analysis in Alzheimer's disease and different degenerative dementias.
The EEG was recorded in 25 patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD), 25 patients with non-Alzheimer degenerative dementias (NAD), matched for age and severity of dementia and 50 age- and sex-matchedExpand
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Onset of primary brain T-lymphoma simulating a progressive leukoencephalopathy
We describe the clinical, CT and MRI evolution of a patient with a primary T-lymphoma of the brain showing features similar to those of leukoencephalopathy. We report the findings that led to theExpand
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Lumbar myelography with iopamidol: A methodological approach to the investigation of side effects
SummaryPathophysiology of adverse reactions occurring during myelography with non-ionic contrast agents, such as iopamidol, seem related to their direct action on the nervous system. The authors tryExpand
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Patients' understanding of randomised controlled trials depends on their education
EDITOR—We appreciated Featherstone and Donovan's report about patients' perspectives of participation in a randomised controlled trial.1 We recently investigated the ability of 40 middle aged andExpand
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Information and Competency for Consent to Pharmacologic Clinical Trials in Alzheimer Disease: An Empirical Analysis in Patients and Family Caregivers
This study was undertaken to evaluate (1) what information normal and Alzheimer disease (AD) participants are able to manage; (2) the correlation between the degree of competency and age, educationExpand
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Review: molecular thyroidology.
Novel disorders involving aberrations of the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid gland-thyroid hormone axis have been described in the last 5 to 10 years. The following topics are addressed: molecularExpand
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