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Retinal changes are common in adult acute leukaemia patients at presentation, but whether they correlate with the risk of subsequent intracranial haemorrhage is unknown. A 4-year study has been carried out in 82 newly-diagnosed acute leukaemia patients, aged 12-77 years, who were studied prospectively for the presence of intra-retinal haemorrhages (IRH),(More)
Blood pressure, heart rate, and changes in facial and finger blood flow were monitored in 24 male Chinese and 24 male Caucasians while they described anger-provoking incidents and read out neutral material, either loudly and rapidly or softly and slowly. Describing the incidents loudly and rapidly heightened anger ratings and enhanced digital(More)
There are no definite reports regarding the effects of chronic fluoxetine on animal models of epilepsy. Since chronically administered fluoxetine, in comparison to acutely administered fluoxetine has different effects on CNS, the present study was undertaken to investigate the effect of acute and chronic fluoxetine pretreatment, on a median anticonvulsant(More)
 Retinal changes are common in adult acute leukemia patients at presentation, but their prognostic significance is controversial. A 5-year study has been carried out with newly diagnosed acute leukemia patients aged 12–77 years. Seventy-seven cases (49 AML, 28 ALL) were studied prospectively for the presence of intraretinal hemorrhages (IRH), white-centered(More)
The method of backcalculation estimates past HIV infection rates from available AIDS incidence data and an estimate of the incubation period. The method is used on the Malaysian data to model the AIDS epidemic because it makes use of the Malaysian AIDS incidence data which is fairly reliable and is more reflective of the trend of the epidemic as compared to(More)
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