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Kürşat Altınbaş, Danny Smith, E Timuçin Oral
BACKGROUND: Bipolar patients spend up to one third of their lives in depression however, acute treatment guidelines mainly focused on the manic phase of illness. With recent attention to the importance of evidence-based medicine in psychiatry, a number of treatment guidelines have emerged to aid clinicians in clinical decision making. Here, we aim to measure concordance with the Turkish Psychiatric Association Treatment Guideline for Bipolar Disorders (TPATGBD) for the depressive phase of illness...
June 2011: Psychiatria Danubina
F Haubner
Injection of botulinum toxin A is a common procedure in Otorhinolaryngology, Ophtalmology and Neurolgy. Recently botulinum toxin treatment has been described to improve woundhealing after facial injuries. The lack of immediate predictibility of the ensuing paralytic effect is one of the daily challenges of botulinum toxin injections. In the present report we describe the simultaneous injection of botulinum toxin and lidocaine with the purpose to gain immediate feed back of the treatment effect. Furthermore we recommend the addition of adrenalin to reduce possible systemical toxin circulation...
December 2009: Laryngo- Rhino- Otologie
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2000: Revue Neurologique
J J Bernstein
The feasibility for growth, maturation, and differentiation of fetal nervous system implanted into adult mammalian peripheral nervous system was studied. Thirty-five adult rats had the epineurium of the sciatic nerve crushed, perineurium minced, and fetal rat cortex or spinal cord implanted. Rats were utilized 7, 14, and 21 days, and 1, 2, 3, and 4 months later. A 1-mm cube of cortex or a 1-mm segment of spinal cord of 11-, 12-, or 15-day gestation fetuses was placed into the epineurium. Age-matched controls (7 DPI (days postimplantation) control for E15 implant was a 1-day pup, 21 days' gestation) were utilized for comparison (two per time group)...
1983: Journal of Neuroscience Research
D Pateisky, H Reisner
A short survey is given of the use of ultrasound examinations in neurology. Special attention is paid to the original immersion technique of Dussik, the A-scan echoencephalographic technique and the non-directional and directional Doppler technique, which are described with particular reference to their applications in the field of neurological diagnosis.
June 13, 1975: Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift
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