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Boys with Asperger Syndrome grown up. A longitudinal follow-up study of 100 cases more than 5 years after original diagnosis
Introduction and aims: In 1981, the diagnostic label of Asperger Syndrome (AS), was coined after the Austrian paediatrician Hans Asperger, by the English psychiatrist Lorna Wing, who reintroduced his 1944 work about “die ...
Public Health Aspects of Preterm Birth. Studies using Scandinavian population-based data
Background: Preterm birth is an unresolved serious global health problem. Research must be multi-disciplinary, with assessment of risk factors and causative agents at many levels of observation. Such an important level is ...
Studies of biochemical brain damage markers in patients at a neurointensive care unit
Physical examination is the basic and most important tool in medical practice. However, at a neurointensive care unit, neurological status can sometimes be difficult to evaluate due to sedation or impaired consciousness. ...
Stroke rehabilitation: A randomized controlled study in the home setting; Functioning and costs.
Aim: The purpose of the thesis was to describe and evaluate different aspects of rehabilitation after discharge for persons of working age after stroke. Aims were to compare an approach of support, information and training ...
Children with autism grow up. Use of the DISCO (Diagnostic Interview for Social and COmmunicative disorders) in population-based cohorts
Objectives: Examine the prevalence and outcome of autism in child and adult population cohorts using the Diagnostic Interview for Social and COmmunication disorders (DISCO). Method: The Faroe Islands school population aged ...
Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum epidemiology and outcome in children born in Sweden 1980-1999
Aims: To describe children born with pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum (PA-IVS) in Sweden between 1980 and 1999, the incidence and outcome of PA-IVS, to examine cardio-pulmonary outcomes in survivors and to ...