Sarah C. Evers

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  • C. Kellinghaus, C. Engbring, S. Kovac, G. Möddel, F. Boesebeck, M. Fischera +5 others
  • 2008
BACKGROUND Infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is associated both with infections of the central nervous system and with neurological deficits due to direct effects of the neurotropic virus. Seizures and epilepsy are not rare among HIV-infected patients. We investigated the frequency of acute seizures and epilepsy of patients in different(More)
This study aimed at determining the clinical features and predictors for the outcome of patients with Neuro-Aids treated on a neurological intensive care unit (NICU) using retrospective analysis of all patients treated for Neuro-Aids in a tertiary Department of Neurology between 1996 and 2011. Chart review of the patients including the characteristics of(More)
BACKGROUND Despite numerous options for treating back pain and the increasing healthcare resources devoted to this problem, the prevalence and impact of back pain-related disability has not improved. It is now recognized that psychosocial factors, as well as physical factors, are important predictors of poor outcomes for back pain. A promising new approach(More)
PURPOSE Most common clinical studies with antiepileptic drugs do not reflect medical everyday practice due to their strict in- and exclusion criteria and specifications of treatment regimens. Here we present a large non-interventional registry with the intention to evaluate the spectrum of applications in daily use and the efficacy and tolerability of(More)
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