V M Parobek

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  • The Journal of neuroscience nursing : journal of…
  • 1997
Hysteria/conversion disorder has been described since antiquity. One French neurologist dubbed it "neurological nonsense" because its presentation was so complex and confusing. For nosological purposes for inclusion into the Diagnostic Statistical Manual, multiple revisions of conversion disorder terminology were made for each edition published from(More)
Maintaining a homeostatic fluid state in patients with neurological disease is a common challenge that nurses encounter when caring for the critically ill patient. The human body regulates fluid and chemical balances within precise ranges. Control mechanisms are found in both the neural and the renal systems. Disturbances within these systems are common in(More)
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