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Background: Subtle cognitive and neurological impairments have been found in some workers exposed to organic solvents. Whether these effects occur at or below current legal limits for occupational exposure is controversial. Aim: To determine whether occupational solvent exposure is associated...
Background: The causes and mechanisms of increased mortality of patients with diabetic nephropathy are unclear, and its natural history is poorly understood. Aim: To evaluate risk factors for mortality in type 2 diabetic patients with nephropathy. Design: Retrospective study of clinical and...
Background: Previous published case series have suggested an association between the onset of Bell's palsy in pregnancy and the risk of pre‐eclampsia and gestational hypertension. Aim: To evaluate the period of onset of Bell's palsy in pregnancy and the associated risk of adverse maternal and...
Acute liver disease in pregnancy may have fatal consequences. Pre‐eclampsia, HELLP syndrome and acute fatty liver of pregnancy form a spectrum of disease that range from mild symptoms to severe life‐threatening multi‐organ dysfunction. Early recognition of signs and prognostic indicators...
Background: Timely nephrological referral of patients with chronic renal failure (CRF) is important, but referral at a late stage of disease is common. Aim: To investigate whether late referral of patients is avoidable, and where the missed opportunities lie. Design: Prospective ascertainment of...
Background: Late functional deterioration is common in long‐term poliomyelitis patients. While upper‐limb pain in individual functional regions is common, its overall prevalence and pattern in long‐term poliomyelitis is poorly documented. Aim: To assess the nature of upper‐limb pain in...
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