Scott E Lipson

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Opioid abuse is a devastating, costly, and growing problem in the United States, and one for which treatment can be complicated by barriers such as access to care and legal issues. Only 12% to 15% of the opioid-dependent population is enrolled in methadone maintenance programs. A significant breakthrough occurred with passage of the Drug Addiction Treatment(More)
We report two patients whose eating disorder resolved after right temporal lobe lesions. The first case report involves a woman with a history of bulimia nervosa and partial seizures arising from the occipital and right temporal regions. The second case is a woman with a history of anorexia nervosa that resolved after a head injury that resulted in(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE Neonatal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a diagnostic modality that requires minimal motion to acquire quality images. Sedation or even general anesthesia may be necessary to achieve acceptable scans. There is a growing body of literature, especially in animal studies, that links neurotoxicity with anesthetic exposure to the developing(More)
A new sensitive and rapid enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) test (Du Pont HERPCHEK) for the detection of herpes simplex virus (HSV) antigen was evaluated. A total of 563 clinical samples collected from patients attending obstetrics and gynecology and sexually transmitted disease clinics in two geographic locations were tested by ELISA, and the(More)
PURPOSE To study the history of epilepsy from 1880 to 1920. METHODS We reviewed all 40 volumes of The Alienist and Neurologist and identified articles concerning primarily epilepsy. We analyzed three of these articles in greater detail. RESULTS The Alienist and Neurologist published "Original Contributions,""Selections," (abstracts from other journals(More)
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