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1. The role of music therapy in an interdisciplinary approach to address functional communication in complex neuro-communication disorders: a case report.
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PURPOSE: This paper presents a case report of collaborative work between speech and language therapy (SLT) and music therapy (MT) in the case of an individual presenting with complex communication difficulties and lability caused by pseudo-Parkinsonian vascular disease. DESIGN: MT intervention was used to investigate whether participation could be enabled in a client presenting with complex problems as well as facilitate change in communication parameters which remained unresponsive to conventional SLT intervention. A single case design measured communication and well-being parameters using ... Read More »
» Published in Disabil Rehabil. 2006 Oct 15;28(19):1221-9.
2. Leucocyte-endothelial interactions in health and disease.
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The emigration of leucocytes into the tissue as a crucial step in the response to inflammatory signals has been acknowledged for more than 100 years. The endothelium does not only represent a mechanical barrier between blood and tissue, the circulatory system also connects different organ systems with each other, thus allowing the communication between remote systems. Leucocytes can function as messengers and messages at the same time. Failure or dysregulation of leucocyte-endothelial communication can severely affect the integrity of the organism. The interaction between leucocytes and the ... Read More »
» Published in Handb Exp Pharmacol. 2006;(176 Pt 2):97-133.
3. Exploring barriers to long-term follow-up in newborn screening programs.
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PURPOSE: To inform current policy debate regarding the public health role in long-term follow-up for individuals with disorders identified through state newborn testing efforts, by identifying and assessing key challenges, quality assurance activities, and long-term follow-up perceptions of state newborn screening programs. METHODS: A 23-question, web-based survey sent to newborn screening programs in all 50 states and Washington, DC, during January and February, 2005. RESULTS: Many U.S. newborn screening programs do not currently engage in structured long-term follow-up for newborns with ... Read More »
» Published in Genet Med. 2006 Sep;8(9):563-70.
4. Pathophysiology of overactive bladder and urge urinary incontinence.
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Storage symptoms such as urgency, frequency, and nocturia, with or without urge incontinence, are characterized as overactive bladder (OAB). OAB can lead to urge incontinence. Disturbances in nerves, smooth muscle, and urothelium can cause this condition. In some respects the division between peripheral and central causes of OAB is artificial, but it remains a useful paradigm for appreciating the interactions between different tissues. Models have been developed to mimic the OAB associated with bladder instability, lower urinary tract obstruction, neuropathic disorders, diabetes, and ... Read More »
» Published in Rev Urol. 2002;4 Suppl 4:S7-S18.
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