Mariana Bonetto

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BACKGROUND The prognosis of long-term severe disorders of consciousness due to traumatic brain injury is discouraging. There is little definitive evidence of the underlying mechanisms, but a deficiency of the dopaminergic system may be involved. METHODS In a prospective open-labelled clinical study, the feasibility, relative efficacy and safety of(More)
BACKGROUND Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can induce long-term severe disorders of consciousness. Evidence suggests an underlying dopaminergic deficit. Dopamine agonists may therefore play an important role in recovery of consciousness. OBJECTIVE To explore the response to continuous subcutaneous administration of apomorphine in a patient who had remained(More)
The met oncogene is the normal counterpart of a chemically-induced transforming gene. The chromosomal localization of met is 7q21-31. In a patient with myelofibrosis and an interstitial deletion on 7q, we demonstrate that a Taq I polymorphism for the met oncogene is lost in the neoplastic cells, thus indicating that the deletion occuring in the long arm of(More)
s from the ASENT 2007 Annual Meeting March 5–8, 2007 Poster Abstract #1: Passive and Active Functional Tasks Are the Main Reasons for Treatment of Upper Limb Spasticity in Post-Stroke Patients Among Neurologists, Physiatrists, and Primary Care Physicians Amanda M. VanDenburgh, Susan Abu-Shakra, Mitchell F. Brin, and Frederick Beddingfield III Allergan,(More)
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