Wojciech Guenter

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Guenter et al. (2012) published results of a study showing that the effect of latent toxoplasmosis on cognitive function of 70 subjects cannot be proved to exist using a panel of five neuropsychological tests (Guenter et al. 2012). It must be mentioned that the data (mostly ordinal variables without normal distribution) were analysed either with parametric(More)
Introduction. Behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia is a clinically and pathologically heterogeneous neurodegenerative disorder, characterised by progressive behavioural changes and executive function impairment. It is the second most common neurodegenerative cause of dementia after Alzheimer's type dementia. Atypical course of the disease, including(More)
Cognitive impairment occurs in 40-70% of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). It is observed even at the early stage of disease, including clinically isolated syndrome (CIS). Cognitive dysfunction develops irrespectively of the physical disability. Affected domains include: information processing speed, visuospatial abilities, attention, verbal memory and(More)
According to studies, latent Toxoplasma gondii infection may affect several functions of the human brain. Here we search for the association between latent toxoplasmosis and cognitive performance. We tested 70 individuals for latent T. gondii infection. There were 26 Toxoplasma-infected subjects and 44 Toxoplasma-free subjects. Within these two groups we(More)
The study reports on 76 cases of crisis intervention concerning 49 adolescent patients within a period of 3.5 years. The case files were evaluated retrospectively. The crises were closely associated with intrafamiliar conflicts. Three types of familiar problems were identified. 54% of all crisis interventions followed an attempted suicide or suicidal(More)
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