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Date of Publication: Feb 2014
Newman, S., Wilkinson, D. J., Royse, C. F.
BackgroundCognitive problems early after surgery are often considered transient in nature. Neuropsychological performance and its relation to other recovery parameters have rarely been systematically assessed during this period.
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Date of Publication: Mar 2014
Royse, C. F., Williams, Z., Purser, S., Newman, S.
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Date of Publication: Jul 2014
Royse, C. F., Williams, Z., Ye, G., Wilkinson, D., De Steiger, R., Richardson, M., Newman, S.
Background Initial validation and feasibility for the Post-operative Quality of Recovery Scale (PQRS) was published in 2010. Ongoing validation includes studies to determine whether this scale can discriminate differences in recovery between cohorts.
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Date of Publication: Jul 2014
Bora, E., Lin, A., Wood, S. J., Yung, A. R., McGorry, P. D., Pantelis, C.
Objective: It is likely that cognitive deficits are vulnerability markers for developing schizophrenia, as these deficits are already well-established findings in first-episode psychosis. Studies at-risk adolescents and young adults are likely to provide information about cognitive deficits that predate the onset of the illness.
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Date of Publication: Jul 2014
Batalla, A., Soriano-Mas, C., Lopez-Sola, M., Torrens, M., Crippa, J. A., Bhattacharyya, S., Blanco-Hinojo, L., Fagundo, A. B., Harrison, B. J., Nogue, S., de la Torre, R., Farre, M., Pujol, J., Martin-Santos, R.
Neuroimaging studies have shown that chronic consumption of cannabis may result in alterations in brain morphology. Recent work focusing on the relationship between brain structure and the catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) gene polymorphism suggests that functional COMT variants may affect brain volume in healthy individuals and in schizophrenia patients.
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Date of Publication: May 2014
Brosnan, M., La Gerche, A., Kalman, J., Lo, W., Fallon, K., MacIsaac, A., Prior, D. L.
Most data assessing the accuracy of electrocardiographic (ECG) screening in identifying cardiac pathology in athletes are derived from relatively unselected cohorts of subjects involved in competitive sports.
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Date of Publication: May 2014
Curcic, J., Roy, S., Schwizer, A., Kaufman, E., Forras-Kaufman, Z. A., Menne, D., Hebbard, G. S., Treier, R., Boesiger, P., Steingoetter, A., Fried, M., Schwizer, W., Pal, A., Fox, M.
OBJECTIVES : This study applies concurrent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and high-resolution manometry (HRM) to test the hypothesis that structural factors involved in reflux protection, in particular, the acute insertion angle of the esophagus into the stomach, are impaired in gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) patients.
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Date of Publication: Oct 2014
Sandborn, W., Macrae, F., Lawrance, I., Sen, D., Abbas, S., Douglas, K., Lichtenstein, G.
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Date of Publication: Jun 2014
Wheeler, D. C., Becker, G.
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Date of Publication: Sep 2014
Cao, W., Campbell, B. C. V., Dong, Q., Davis, S. M., Yan, B.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Collateral vessel status is strongly associated with clinical outcome in ischemic stroke but can be challenging to assess. The aim of this study was to develop a tomography perfusion source imaging-based assessment of collateral vessel status.