Shavonna Warren

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Schizophrenia has long been associated with difficulties in visual tracking of a moving object. Deficits are most notable in tracking tasks that require inhibition of saccades during active smooth pursuit. In order to assess whether there is a more global problem in inhibition of other eye movement systems while the smooth pursuit system is active, this(More)
OBJECT Addressing overdrainage and its associated complications is still one of the greatest challenges for future shunt designs for normal-pressure hydrocephalus and idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Nevertheless, as evidenced by tap test procedures, a small amount of CSF drainage seems to be enough to relieve patients' symptoms in most cases and,(More)
Seasonal cycles of platelet 3H-imipramine binding were compared in 49 endogenous unipolar depressed patients and 20 normal volunteers. A significant sinusoidal component was detected in the Bmax of binding in both patients and controls with similar amplitudes and seasonal peaks. However, the yearly average (mesor) of the patient group was significantly(More)
One month of imipramine treatment increased both the Kd and Bmax of platelet 3H-imipramine binding in 11 endogenous unipolar depressed patients. Continued treatment (13 weeks) of 5 patients subsequently lowered the Bmax values of 2 patients who had initially shown the largest increases, so that binding was no longer significantly elevated after 13 weeks.(More)
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