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Functional genomics and proteomics: application in neurosciences.(Neuroscience for Neurologists)
April 1, 2004... J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2004;75:529-538. doi: 10.1136/jnnp.2003.026260 The sequencing of the complete genome for many organisms, including man, has opened the door to the systematic understanding of how complex structures such as the brain integrate and function, not only in...
Recommendations for CSF analysis in subarachnoid haemorrhage: spectrophotometry of CSF involving bilirubin quantitation is the recommended method of analysis.(Editorial Commentaries)
April 1, 2004... In this journal in the late 1980s, two papers presented contrasting advice about the appropriate investigation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in suspected subarachnoid haemorrhage when computed tomography (CT) of the head revealed no evidence of blood. The first concluded that it was the...
Grey hair and grey matter: could treating memory disorders prevent dementia?(Editorial Commentaries)
April 1, 2004... Memory complaints are very common in elderly people. In 1958 Kral (1) had already introduced the terms "benign and malignant senescent forgetfulness," attempting to differentiate between "normal" and pathological decline in memory performance during aging. Since that time the discussion has...
The MS symptom and impact diary (MSSID): psychometric evaluation of a new instrument to measure the day to day impact of multiple sclerosis; A welcome addition to the toolkit of those who work with multiple sclerosis.(Editorial Commentaries)
April 1, 2004... It is a truism that multiple sclerosis is not only the most common of the neurodegenerative diseases but also the most variable in presentation and course. This is not only true of the relapsing-remitting form of the disease, where it is particularly evident, but it also applies to the rate...
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adulthood: attention deficit disorder may persist into adult life and have a genetic basis.(Editorial)
April 1, 2004... A behavioural syndrome of childhood characterised by overactivity, excitability, and explosive behaviour has been recognised since the turn of the last century and is now thought to be, at certain ages, the most common disorder of childhood. (1) The disorder is now recognised in the...