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Letters to the Editor: Discussing sexual health after traumatic brain injury: an unmet need!

Letters to the Editor: Discussing sexual health after traumatic brain injury: an unmet need!

| February 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Innov Clin Neurosci. 2017;14(1–2):11–12

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Letter to the Editor: “In regard to “Autism in the Son of a Woman with Mitochondrial Myopathy and Dysautonomia: A Case Report”

Letter to the Editor: “In regard to “Autism in the Son of a Woman with Mitochondrial Myopathy and Dysautonomia: A Case Report”

| June 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Innov Clin Neurosci. 2016;13(5–6):13–14 Dear Editor: Brown and Rais[1] offer an interesting case report of the autistic son of a mother with a “multisystem litany of symptoms and diseases… typical for a patient with a mitochondrial disease,” including vasovagal syncope (a sudden, systemic hypotension), dysautonomia (dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system), adrenal insufficiency, central sleep […]

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Letter to the editor: Diagnosing Disorder of Consciousness: The Opening of Pandora’s Box!

Letter to the editor: Diagnosing Disorder of Consciousness: The Opening of Pandora’s Box!

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor: Consciousness is a multifaceted concept that has two major components: awareness of environment of self (i.e., the content of consciousness) and wakefulness (i.e., the level of consciousness). Whereas the level of arousal reflects the overall state of activity in the brain, conscious awareness is a more dynamic and complex process involving various cerebral […]

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Letter to the Editor: The Drug Trend Conundrum

Letter to the Editor: The Drug Trend Conundrum

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor: The frequent emergence of new illicit drugs and the ever-evolving trends in their use continue to cause difficulties for clinicians in regard to screening, detection, and treatment and to the different drug monitoring agencies in regard to determining appropriate regulations. Since the advent of synthetic cannabinoids and “bath salts” in recent years, there […]

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Letter to the editor: Resident and Patient Responses to the Institution of Required Narcotic Agreements in an Internal Medicine Outpatient Clinic

Letter to the editor: Resident and Patient Responses to the Institution of Required Narcotic Agreements in an Internal Medicine Outpatient Clinic

| October 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor: An estimated 75 million Americans experience nonmalignant chronic pain,[1] and oftentimes the responsibility for management falls to the primary care provider. Therefore, pain management is an increasingly important clinical skill for residents in primary care fields to master. The use of a narcotic agreement or contract may be one such skill, with reported […]

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