Tami Leonhardt

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A woman died at the age of 22 years. Lifetime diagnosis had been inflammatory arachnopathy. The course of the disease had taken at least 6 years. Autopsy revealed primary diffuse leptomeningeal astrocytoma of the brain and spinal cord without neoplastic foci in the parenchyma of the central nervous system. Patchy dystrophic calcifications were recorded from(More)
To measure the effectiveness of consultation for behaviour problems in a paediatric rehabilitation setting, this paper used longitudinal assessment of children who received the intervention through their regularly scheduled appointments with their Occupational Therapist (OT), Physical Therapist (PT) or Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) at three(More)
Chronic benignant ulcers of the stomach were considered as a disease entity not until in the 1830s, when Jean Cruveilhier and others compared disease history with pathological findings at autopsy. Ulcers of the duodenal bulb were thought unusual until in the beginning of the twentieth century, when abdominal surgery was rapidly developing and X-ray(More)