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Economic aspects of Parkinson’s disease
(The University of Bergen, 2009-11-13)
Background: Next to Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most neurodegenerative disease. As the population structure in the industrialized and industrializing countries is changing, an increasing ...
Survival in Norwegian BRCA1 mutation carriers with breast cancer
(BioMed Central, 2009-04-14)
Several studies of survival in women with BRCA1 mutations have shown either reduced survival or no difference compared to controls. Programmes for early detection and treatment of inherited breast cancer, have failed to ...
Brain MRI changes in Parkinson’s disease A cross sectional study
(The University of Bergen, 2007-11-09)
Background: Cognitive impairment is common even in newly diagnosed Parkinson’s disease (PD), and characteristically involves executive and visuospatial functions with deficits also in the memory domain. There is an ...
Clinical Disease Progression in Parkinson’s Disease
(The University of Bergen, 2006-10-06)
The characteristics of epileptiform activity and their implications for EEG background activity studied through a novel comprehensive EEG database
(The University of Bergen, 2008-11-07)
Acute ischemic stroke. Factors that predict outcome
(The University of Bergen, 2009-11-05)
Chronic fatigue syndrome. Health and impairment, treatment and prognosis
(The University of Bergen, 2008-06-06)
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) has been known as “neurasthenia” for more than hundred years and is today often called ME (myalgic encephalopathy), CFS/ME. The illness is characterized by excessive, prolonged and disabling ...
Portal and umbilical venous distribution in the human fetus : a longitudinal ultrasound study
(The University of Bergen, 2007-06-26)
Knowledge of the venous perfusion of the human fetal liver is fragmentary and mainly limited to the umbilical circulation. Current ultrasound technology makes it possible to study blood flow noninvasively and to give new ...
Womens' opinions on antenatal care in developing countries: results of a study in Cuba, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and Argentina
(BioMed Central, 2003-05-20)
Background: The results of a qualitative study carried out in four developing countries (Cuba, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and Argentina) are presented. The study was conducted in the context of a randomised controlled trial ...
Hereditary Colorectal Cancer
(The University of Bergen, 2007-04-13)