Tess Taylor

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BACKGROUND Quetiapine improves both psychotic symptoms and cognitive function in schizophrenia. The neural basis of these actions is poorly understood. METHODS Three subject groups underwent a single functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) session: drug-naive (n = 7) and quetiapine-treated samples of patients with schizophrenia (n = 8) and a healthy(More)
A case control study compared the bowel habit of 91 post-hysterectomy women with paired controls from the same family doctor practice. More cases had an abnormal bowel frequency, a firmer stool consistency and assessed themselves as having abnormal bowel function, predominantly constipation after hysterectomy, than controls. Significantly more cases than(More)
The relationship of placental size to perinatal outcome was investigated in a population of low-risk infants. A trimmed and drained placenta was weighed for each of 417 low-risk infants, and for 108 infants whose intrapartum course was complicated only by compression of the umbilical cord. Tracings from intrapartum electronic fetal heart rate monitoring(More)
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