PHES: one label, different goods?!

@article{Weissenborn2008PHESOL,
  title={PHES: one label, different goods?!},
  author={Karin Weissenborn},
  journal={Journal of hepatology},
  year={2008},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={308-12}
}
Psychometric testing has a long tradition in clinical hepatology. It has been used for decades for the assessment and follow-up of hepatic encephalopathy (HE). Initially hand-writing, or the construction of a fivepointed star were common methods to monitor HE. But, since the evaluation of these tests could not be standardized, alternative solutions were sought which combined convenience, practicability, sensitivity, specificity, and low costs in terms of money and time. A first approximation… CONTINUE READING
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