Trauma and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a european population-based case-control study from the EURALS consortium.

@article{Pupillo2018TraumaAA,
  title={Trauma and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a european population-based case-control study from the EURALS consortium.},
  author={Elisabetta Pupillo and Marco Poloni and Elisa Bianchi and Giorgia Giussani and Giancarlo Logroscino and Stefano Zoccolella and Adriano Chi{\`o} and Andrea Calvo and Massimo Corbo and Christian Lunetta and B. Hern{\'a}ndez Mar{\'i}n and Douglas Wayne Mitchell and Orla Hardiman and James Patrick Rooney and Zorica D. Stevi{\'c} and Monica Bandettini di Poggio and Massimiliano Filosto and Maria Sofia Cotelli and Michele Perini and Nilo Riva and Lucio Tremolizzo and Eugenio Vitelli and Danira Damiani and Ettore Beghi},
  journal={Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis & frontotemporal degeneration},
  year={2018},
  volume={19 1-2},
  pages={
          118-125
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To assess the association between amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and previous traumatic events, age of trauma, and site of injury. METHODS A population-based case-control study was performed in five European countries (Italy, Ireland, France, United Kingdom, Serbia). Newly diagnosed ALS patients and matched controls were interviewed to collect relevant demographic factors and exposures. Key clinical features at diagnosis were collected in ALS patients. Trauma was any… CONTINUE READING
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