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The new antiepileptic drug zonisamide was evaluated in a European multicenter parallel-group double-blind trial as add-on treatment for 139 patients with refractory partial epilepsy. During treatment with zonisamide complex partial seizures decreased by 27.7% compared to placebo (P < 0.05) and the median rate dropped from 12/month to 7.1/month with no(More)
Nine men participated in two experiments to determine the effects of increased response requirement and alcohol administration on free-operant aggressive responding. Two response buttons (A and B) were available. Pressing Button A was maintained by a fixed-ratio 100 schedule of point presentation. Subjects were instructed that completion of each fixed-ratio(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE There is a J-shaped association between admission glycemia and outcome. We designed an intravenous insulin protocol aiming at rapid and strict glucose control in hyperglycemic ischaemic stroke patients. Here, we describe the initial experience, safety, and efficacy of this protocol to achieve and maintain euglycemia in the first 48h.(More)
In 45 patients suffering from secondary generalized epilepsy, we have recorded 239 drop seizures both by radio-telemetered EEG/split-screen video taping and polygraphically. Twenty of these patients had pure tonic drop seizures. Nine patients each had myoclonic-atonic or pure atonic seizures, whereas seven had slow falls that occurred during gradually(More)
Long-term monitoring facilities have proven irreplaceable in the investigation of epileptic patients as well as in the assessment of therapy. We describe an integrated monitoring system which has been in operation in our center for over 5 years. It includes long-term monitoring by means of a 21-channel EEG write-out and video taping, ambulatory monitoring(More)
Aggressive, escape and point-maintained operant responding of male marijuana smokers were measured during six 25-min sessions conducted over an 8-h experimental day. Aggressive responding ostensibly subtracted points exchangeable for money from another subject. Escape responding protected the subject's counter from point subtractions initiated by the other(More)
Vigabatrin (gamma-vinyl-GABA), an irreversible inhibitor of gamma-aminobutyric acid transaminase, has been reported to be effective in the treatment of refractory epilepsies. Animal toxicology studies have shown that long-term application of vigabatrin induces intramyelinic edema and microvacuolation of the white matter in non-primate species. However,(More)
Presently, forensics analyses of security incidents rely largely on manual, ad-hoc, and very time-consuming processes. A security analyst needs to manually correlate evidence from diverse security logs with expertise on suspected malware and background on the configuration of an infrastructure to diagnose if, when, and how an incident happened. To improve(More)
Seventeen patients with Prader-Willi syndrome (7 with paternal deletion of chromosome 15q11-q13 and 10 with maternal uniparental disomy [UPD]), and 9 controls performed a computerized visual recognition task. A series of color digital photographs were presented; most were presented twice, but the remainder appeared only once. Photographs presented twice(More)
Previous investigators examined how architectural features of residences for adults with mental retardation contributed to the visual appearance of homelikeness. Acoustical characteristics of 18 residences for people with mental retardation were examined here. As part of a concurrent study, college undergraduates rated photographs of rooms in each house for(More)