To the best of our knowledge, H.E. Astles was the first Australian physician who, in a lecture in 1882, paid explicit attention to the illness of anorexia nervosa. We reproduce his paper because of its historical value, which we underline in our comments.
On Thursday 30 th June the proposal for the recast of Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003 concerning jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters and the matters of parental responsibility, repealing Regulation (EC) No 1347/2000 (hereafter " Brussels IIa Regulation ") was published (COM, 2016). In… (More)
group as reported in the result section (n = 38 and 62, respectively) to the number depicted in Table 2 (n = 41 and 59, respectively). The potentially important finding that a negative association (although statistically insignificant) between CCT and HRT II optic disc area in glaucoma patients should be carefully considered. This is in line with several… (More)
AIM To determine if the electroretinogram (ERG) light rise is reduced below normal in patients with retinitis pigmentosa (RP) and whether it is greater in patients with smaller ERG. METHODS Both eyes of 31 normal subjects and 59 subjects with RP had photopic ERGs on ISCEV standard and brighter backgrounds, before and after dark adaptation. Recordings <2.5… (More)
Many different treatment approaches have been advocated for anorexia nervosa, and most clinicians now incorporate some aspects of behaviour modification in refeeding an emaciated patient. Traditional operant programmes have required the patient to spend prolonged periods of time confined to a solitary existence in a bedroom devoid of her normal possessions.… (More)