Susan M Ingram

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Self-informant rating concordance for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms was assessed in 281 adults at the subscale (Inattention, Hyperactivity-Impulsivity) and individual symptom levels. Potential demographic, diagnostic, and informant identity moderators were also investigated. Concordance levels were similar for current and(More)
We examined the ability to produce, repeat, and comprehend emotional prosody in 20 patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and in 11 elderly normal control subjects. In addition, caregivers of AD patients completed affective and behavioral measures with reference to the patient. Relative to control subjects, comprehension of emotional prosody was marginally(More)
A consecutive sample of 500 adults undergoing cardiac surgery was randomly allocated to extracorporeal circulation with either a Bard bubble oxygenator H1700 or a Bard membrane oxygenator HF5700 (Bard Ltd, Crawley, UK). Alveolar-arterial oxygen tension gradient (AaDO2) was calculated prebypass, then 20, 90, 180, and 420 minutes postbypass. Preoperative,(More)
The clinical course of early-onset, dominantly inherited, familial Alzheimer's disease (FAD) was contrasted with late-onset, sporadic Alzheimer's disease (AD). Eight FAD and 23 sporadic AD patients were followed over a mean of 63 months from estimated disease onset. The two groups did not differ notably in duration of symptoms from onset, global disease(More)
We describe the management of ascending aorta aneurysm following a recurrent sternotomy wound infection in 2 male patients. The patients had undergone cardiac surgery using cardiopulmonary bypass with late complications of chronic sternal wound infection and saccular aneurysm at the aortic cannulation site. In both patients, following a multidisciplinary(More)
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