Thomas Q Reynolds

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Identifying which men with prostate cancer might benefit from mental health treatment has proven to be a challenging task. The authors developed the Memorial Anxiety Scale for Prostate Cancer (MAX-PC) in order to facilitate the identification of prostate cancer-related anxiety. A revised version of this scale was tested in a more clinically varied(More)
BACKGROUND Human parechovirus-3 has been known to cause neonatal sepsis and encephalitis for nearly a decade. However, information about magnetic resonance imaging and cerebrospinal fluid findings as well as outcomes has been limited. PATIENTS Acute presentations and diagnostic testing of two neonates with Human parechovirus-3 encephalitis are described.(More)
Dowel and screw connections in timber structures behave nonlinearly, even at loads which would be experienced in a structure in normal service. They exhibit hysteresis and creep as a result of both the viscoelastic behaviour of the timber itself and the frictional interaction between the timber and connecting elements, and stress concentrations are created(More)
The case of a 75-year-old man with a history of lymphoma, recent upper respiratory tract infection, and a protracted course of encephalopathy is presented. Radiologically, findings were consistent with posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome. A brain biopsy revealed evidence of endothelial activation, T-cell trafficking, and vascular endothelial growth(More)
Drawing on critical multicultural education scholarship, this article discusses an alternative assessment of academic support programs. It highlights the importance and value of supplementing traditional assessments with direct student participation. Through a discussion of data from a summer bridge program at a large research university, the article(More)
Status epilepticus (SE) is a common indication for neurocritical care and can be refractory to standard measures. Refractory SE (RSE) is associated with high morbidity and mortality. Unconventional therapies may be utilized in certain cases, including therapeutic hypothermia (TH), bumetanide, and the ketogenic diet. However, the literature describing the(More)
With the rapid growth of the Internet and the popularity of digital imaging devices, digital imagery has become our major information source. Meanwhile, the development of digital manipulation techniques employed by most image editing software brings new challenges to the credibility of photographic images as the definite records of events. We propose a set(More)
We surveyed child neurologists first certified in "Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology" by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) between 2001 and 2010 using a 24-item questionnaire. Respondents (n = 204, 54% response rate) were between the ages of 30 and 59 years (54% male), and 68% completed adult neurology training in a(More)
Cataplexy is a complex neurologic phenomenon during wakefulness probably resulting from impairment of pontine and hypothalamic control over muscle tone. REM sleep behavior disorder (RSBD) is characterized by the presence of REM sleep without atonia manifesting clinically as disruptive or injurious behaviors. We present here a patient with both cataplexy and(More)