Maga Martinez

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  • Maga Martinez
  • Revue d'épidémiologie et de santé publique
  • 1993
The goal of this paper is to show how the information provided by genetic markers may help to delineate the genetic factors implicated in the aetiology of mental disorders. Family studies have provided good evidence for the involvement of genetic factors in the aetiology of two of the most common psychiatric diseases: affective disorders and schizophrenia.(More)
Like the classical neuroleptic drugs, most of the new antipsychotic agents can cause weight gain in patients receiving long-term treatment. However, it remains difficult to rank the different compounds according to their propensity to cause this unwanted side-effect. Recent data suggest that weight gain appears to be essentially related to an increase in(More)
Approximately 100 to 200 infants annually in the United States are infected with HIV (CDC, 2007). Most were born to mothers who were unaware of their infected HIV status or who did not receive preventative services during their pregnancy to reduce transmission rates. Therefore, in 2006, the CDC updated its guidelines for screening of various populations for(More)
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