Roshanak Haugh

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A 26-year-old woman had hyperphagia, obesity, aggressive behavior, visual hallucinations, reversal of wake-sleep patterns, hypothermia, hypothyroidism, and amenorrhea. She died of pancreatitis, probably secondary to hypothermia. Autopsy revealed a low-grade astrocytoma in the third ventricle and medial anterior and mid hypothalamus, primarily on the right.(More)
The fine structure of two pineal parenchymal neoplasms has been described. The tumors contained a predominance of small, poorly differentiated cells with prominent nuclei and scanty cytoplasm. These cells were similar to those found in medulloblastomas, primitive cerebral neuroectodermal tumors, and fetal cerebellum and cerebrum. Some cells contained 9+0(More)
AIMS Our study aimed to assess anticoagulation providers' perception and knowledge of warfarin pharmacogenetic testing, and to identify barriers to using it in their clinical practice. MATERIALS & METHODS An online survey that included 5 perception and 5 knowledge questions about the testing was conducted on anticoagulation providers in North America.(More)
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