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Rectal doxepin and carbamazepine therapy in patients with cancer.
Aerial dissemination of pulmonary tuberculosis. A two-year study of contagion in a tuberculosis ward. 1959.
TLDR
This study revealed that patients with the highest counts of tubercle bacilli in their sputa were also the most infectious ones, and was pivotal for subsequent air control measures recommended for rooms with tuberculous patients. Expand
The Wimbledon Self-Report Scale: emotional and mood appraisal
Self-rating scales currently in use for the detection of mood disturbance may not be suitable for use with neurological patients, or patients with substantial physical illness, because they employExpand
Psychiatric sequelae of subarachnoid haemorrhage.
  • P. Storey
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 29 July 1967
TLDR
The psychological and psychiatric morbidity of 261 cases of subarachnoid haemorrhage treated at Atkinson Morley's Hospital between January 1958 and June 1964 is reported, indicating that surgery is of definite benefit in posterior communicating (P.C.C.) aneurysms and in men with middle cerebral (M.C). Expand
Physicians' needs and interests in continuing medical education.
To improve the quality of patient care, continuing medical education must be oriented to the individual physician's practice and must be related to his particular interests and needs. All physiciansExpand
Sounding board.
  • P. Storey
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 1 May 1985
This issue of TheAmericanJournal of Hospice Carecoincideswith the occurrenceof The First Annual American Conferenceon HospiceCare,scheduledin Bostonfor June9th through11th.Thearrival of theExpand
Emotional disturbances before and after subarachnoid haemorrhage.
  • P. Storey
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Ciba Foundation symposium
  • 1972
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE AIRWAY DISEASE. BACTERIAL AND CELLULAR CONTENT OF THE SPUTUM.
The determination of the isoniazid inactivator phenotype.
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