Oppegård Pedersen

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Iohexol lumbar myelography was performed in 133 consecutive patients remitted to a private radiological institute on an outpatient basis. Adverse reactions were recorded during the first week after myelography. The data were collected through a questionnaire returned by the patients. The results showed that half (48%) of all patients had no side effects.(More)
Twenty-six patients with previous heavy exposure to organic solvents were admitted to a neurological department during a 1 1/2 year period. They were studied with a battery of tests, including general medical and neurological examinations, neuropsychological tests, electroencephalography (EEG) and neurography with electromyography (EMG), and cerebral(More)
There is an increasing interest in methods for assessing fitness to hold a driver's licence among patients with traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accidents and other central nervous system diseases which present cognitive impairments. This article describes a multimodal approach including medical, neuropsychological and open-road evaluations. We also(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE Prenatal exposure to antibacterials may permanently dysregulate fetal metabolic patterns via epigenetic pathways or by altering maternal microbiota. We examined the association of prenatal exposure to systemic antibacterials with overweight and obesity in schoolchildren. SUBJECTS/METHODS We conducted a prevalence study among Danish(More)
In a prospective study lumbar iohexol myelography was performed in 107 consecutive patients, randomised for lumbar puncture with a Quincke or Whitacre spinal needle. All patients answered a questionnaire about possible side effects. Data from 100 patients (58 men, 42 women) were evaluated. In the Quincke group (n = 53), 23 (43 %) reported no side effects.(More)
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