Most Recent Articles by Sheila Jacobs
Day-to-day BPV was not as strongly associated with risk for stroke, but was comparably associated with the risk for cardiovascular events.
Multiple imaging characteristics from fetal MRI analysis helped to yield a model with the ability to classify postnatal CSF diversion status with a high level of accuracy.
If confirmed in future studies, high triglycerides may present a modifiable risk factor for Alzheimer disease.
Patients older than 65 were more likely to have steeper declines in slow vital capacity.
A study assessed longitudinal behavior in pediatric patients with childhood absence epilepsy and made recommendations regarding initial preferred monotherapy.
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