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Psychotic symptoms, including hallucinations, delusions, delirium,sleep-wake disturbances, are a common problem in Parkinson's disease and often lead to a significant decline in the patient's overall function. Treatment of these symptoms is a dilemma in patients with parkinsonism because traditional antipsychotics that are usually effective in older people… (More)
Within an area of Bangladesh in which the incidence of cholera was high, use of sanitary pipe wells did not protect against cholera or related non-cholera diarrhoeas because well users also used contaminated water sources regularly enough to maintain high infection-rates. Protection was found to correlate with education and wealth.
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A review of the incidence of cholera from 1964 through 1974 in Matlab, Bangladesh, revealed that among the villages several had very high incidence-rates. Investigation indicated that high cholera-rates in two of these villages were probably related to water contamination from a nearby cholera hospital established in 1963. The data imply that heavy… (More)