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OBJECTIVE: The authors' goal was to determine if women with chronic pelvic pain are significantly more likely to use dissociation as a coping mechanism than women without pain. METHOD: The subjects were recruited from women who attended a university women's clinic during a 1-month period....
OBJECTIVE: The authors' objective was to test the hypothesis that fatigue affects the activities and employment of subjects with HIV infection and that indices of immunosuppression and inflammation may have statistical utility in predicting fatigue and sleep disturbance. METHOD: The authors...
Serological testing of waste bloods revealed that 25 (7%) of 350 acutely ill psychiatric inpatients had HIV infection. Eight of the 10 HIV-positive patients whose serological status was not recorded on admission were discharged with their status still unrecorded and presumably undetected....
OBJECTIVE: The authors' goal was to conduct a prospective study comparing the rate of occurrence of neuroleptic-induced dystonia in a group of consecutively admitted manic and schizophrenic patients receiving typical inpatient treatment from several clinicians. METHOD: All patients met the...
OBJECTIVE: Sleep deprivation is a rapid, nonpharmacologic antidepressant intervention that is effective for a subset of depressed patients. The objective of this study was to identify which brain structures' activity differentiates responders from nonresponders and to study how metabolism in...
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the study was to assess the relationship between plasma haloperidol and clinical response. METHOD: Sixty-nine newly admitted drug-free schizophrenic men were randomly assigned to receive haloperidol, 5, 10, or 20 mg daily for 4 weeks, and clinical response was measured...
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