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Randomised trial of oral and intravenous methylprednisolone in acute relapses of multiple sclerosis
BACKGROUND An intravenous rather than oral course of methylprednisolone is often prescribed for treating acute relapses in multiple sclerosis (MS) despite the lack of evidence to support this routeExpand
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A prospective study of physiotherapist prescribed community based exercise in inflammatory peripheral neuropathy
There is insufficient evidence to support the use of exercise in the management of chronic disablement in people with inflammatory peripheral neuropathy. Therefore, our study aimed to determine theExpand
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Stress relaxation in rabbits' lungs
Hysteresis on inflation and deflation of the lungs has been described in man (Mead, Whittenberger & Radford, 1957; Butler, 1957) and in rabbits (Bernstein, 1957). A large distension of the lungsExpand
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Identification of the neuritogen for experimental allergic neuritis
EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGIC NEURITIS (EAN) is a model of human acute inflammatory polyneuropathy, Guillain–Barré syndrome. It can be produced in several species of laboratory animal by immunisation withExpand
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Infection rate for single lumen v triple lumen subclavian catheters.
An infection rate was calculated for all subclavian catheters inserted during a 12-month period. The overall, single lumen, and triple lumen infection rates were 1.7% (42/2,431), 0.4% (8/1,936), andExpand
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Magnetic resonance imaging measures of brain and spinal cord atrophy correlate with clinical impairment in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis
Background Neuroaxonal loss is a pathological substrate of disability in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) and can be estimated in vivo by measuring tissue atrophy on magnetic resonance imagingExpand
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Improvement following interferon beta in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy
thy. The two cases of acute encephalopathy reported by SalkeKellerman et al. [4] appeared following the addition of vigabatrin to carbamazepine. Our observation suggests that vigabatrin can aggravateExpand
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The output of lymphocytes from the lymphatic system of the rabbit
There is an extensive literature on the rates of lymphocyte liberation into the blood stream (see Drinker & Yoffey, 1941; Yoffey, 1950, for references). In the rabbit Sanders, Florey & Barnes (1940)Expand
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The role of the lymphatic system in the pathogenesis of anthrax.
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Osteochondritis dissecans of the elbow joint; a clinical study.
The term osteochondritis dissecans is used in this paper to describe an apparently non-infective condition in which a portion of articular cartilage and underlying bone is slowly separated from itsExpand
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