Murphy’s lore

  title={Murphy’s lore},
  author={Elaine Murphy and John Mortimer. Murphy},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
Perhaps after 34 years it’s time for us to confess that we invented cello scrotum.1 Reading Curtis’s 1974 letter to the BMJ on guitar nipple,2 we thought it … 
Picasso’s migraine: Illusory cubist splitting or illusion?
  • J. Haan, M. Ferrari
  • Art, Geology
    Cephalalgia : an international journal of headache
  • 2011
It is concluded that there is no proof of Pablo Picasso suffering from migraine with aura, although the idea is still fascinating, and some of Picasso’s paintings resemble migraine auras.
Marian Anderson: accordion One of the icons of Scottish dance music and is in high demand in the five continents for SCD events. At 13 Marian began her career in her father’s ceilidh / old tyme band
Beroepsaandoeningen van musici
  • A. Vernooy
  • Medicine
    TBV – Tijdschrift voor Bedrijfs- en Verzekeringsgeneeskunde
  • 2009
Onder de titel ‘A symphony of maladies’ geven Sarah Bache and Frank Edenbourough, medici maar ook respectievelijk amateurpianist en amateurhoornist, in het British Medical Journal een vlot leesbaar overzicht van de gezondheidsproblemen van musici die ook voor de bedrijfsarts interessant en relevant zijn.
Definition of advanced age in HIV infection: looking for an age cut-off.
This work aimed to establish an age cut-off that could differentiate response to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) and help to define advanced age in HIV-infected patients and showed patients aged 50-59 showed a 3-fold increase in their risk of death compared to those aged <30 years.
Socio-demographic Profile of Older Adults with HIV/AIDS: Gender and Sexual Orientation Differences*
Les services for older PHAs, including training for HIV and gerontological providers, may need to cater to the specific needs of these sub-populations, as well as to describe the socio-demographic characteristics of a sample of older people from Ontario.
A challenge for the future: aging and HIV infection
The development of novel therapeutics to stimulate immune function and delay immunosenescence is critical and would be beneficial to both the elderly and HIV-1-infected individuals.
HIV, Sexual Health, and Psychosocial Issues Among Older Adults Living with HIV in North America
An overview of some epidemiological trends among older adults living with and at risk for HIV in North America and discusses the current and emerging needs and behaviours related to their sexual health.
HIV and proteinuria in an injection drug user population.
In an aging, predominantly African-American cohort of injection drug users, a striking burden of proteinuria is found that was strongly associated with HIV status and is a potent risk factor for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.
Incidence of Non-AIDS-Defining Cancer in Antiretroviral Treatment-Naïve Subjects after Antiretroviral Treatment Initiation: An ACTG Longitudinal Linked Randomized Trials Analysis
Strategies for maintaining higher CD4 cell counts and successful smoking cessation may reduce the NADC incidence in the HIV-infected population.