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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 121, Number 3, March 2010

Flexible dosing of adjunctive zonisamide in the treatment of adult partial-onset seizures: a non-comparative, open-label study (ZEUS)
pp. 141-148(8)
Authors: Dupont, S.; Striano, S.; Trinka, E.; Springub, J.; Giallonardo, A. T.; Smith, P.; Ellis, S.; Yeates, A.; Baker, G.

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Valproate in children with newly diagnosed idiopathic generalized epilepsy
pp. 149-153(5)
Authors: Holland, K. D.; Monahan, S.; Morita, D.; Vartzelis, G.; Glauser, T. A.

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Non-adherence to interferon-beta therapy in Swedish patients with multiple sclerosis
pp. 154-160(7)
Authors: Cunningham, A.; Gottberg, K.; von Koch, L.; Hillert, J.

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Predictors of depression in multiple sclerosis patients
pp. 161-170(10)
Authors: Gay, M-C.; Vrignaud, P.; Garitte, C.; Meunier, C.

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Assessment of post-stroke extrapersonal neglect using a three-dimensional immersive virtual street crossing program
pp. 171-177(7)
Authors: Kim, D. Y.; Ku, J.; Chang, W. H.; Park, T. H.; Lim, J. Y.; Han, K.; Kim, I. Y.; Kim, S. I.

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Outcome prediction in traumatic brain injury: comparison of neurological status, CT findings, and blood levels of S100B and GFAP
pp. 178-185(8)
Authors: Wiesmann, M.; Steinmeier, E.; Magerkurth, O.; Linn, J.; Gottmann, D.; Missler, U.

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The stability of AQT processing speed, ADAS-Cog and MMSE during acetylcholinesterase inhibitor treatment in Alzheimer’s disease
pp. 186-193(8)
Authors: Wiig, E. H.; Annas, P.; Basun, H.; Andreasen, N.; Lannfelt, L.; Zetterberg, H.; Blennow, K.; Minthon, L.

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Subjective memory decline in healthy community-dwelling elders. What does this complain mean?
pp. 194-197(4)
Authors: Balash, Y.; Mordechovich, M.; Shabtai, H.; Merims, D.; Giladi, N.

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Anal sphincter EMG in the diagnosis of parkinsonian syndromes
pp. 198-203(6)
Authors: Winge, K.; Jennum, P.; Lokkegaard, A.; Werdelin, L.

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Arterial spin labeling demonstrates that focal amygdalar glutamatergic agonist infusion leads to rapid diffuse cerebral activation
pp. 209-216(8)
Authors: Munasinghe, J. P.; Banerjee, M.; Acosta, M. T.; Banks, M.; Heffer, A.; Silva, A. C.; Koretsky, A.; Theodore, W. H.

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