William Winlow

1Paul Chrisp
1Zhong Ping Feng
1Alyson J Woodall
1Gianluca Polese
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Trauma and injury necessitate the use of various surgical interventions, yet such procedures themselves are invasive and often interrupt synaptic communications in the nervous system. Because anesthesia is required during surgery, it is important to determine whether long-term exposure of injured nervous tissue to anesthetics is detrimental to regeneration(More)
Recent progress in animal welfare legislation relating to invertebrates has provoked interest in methods for the anesthesia of cephalopods, for which different approaches to anesthesia have been tried but in most cases without truly anesthetizing the animals. For example, several workers have used muscle relaxants or hypothermia as forms of "anesthesia."(More)
INTRODUCTION An ideal antipsychotic would rapidly stabilize acute psychotic symptoms and maintain the patient, without relapse, for prolonged periods in the absence of extrapyramidal, endocrine, diabetic, or cardiovascular side effects, and without weight gain. The dopamine partial agonist aripiprazole is compared with this ideal and with conventional(More)
INTRODUCTION Restless legs syndrome (RLS) affects 5-15% of adults, but is often unrecognized and consequently misdiagnosed. The International Restless Legs Scale (IRLS) has been developed and validated to assess the severity of RLS. Currently, the most common treatment for RLS is levodopa, but this may lead to augmentation of symptoms. Pramipexole has been(More)
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