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1946 4
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1952 19
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1955 15
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1969 27
1970 18
1971 29
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1974 30
1975 28
1976 31
1977 53
1978 34
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1982 51
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1985 83
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1998 149
1999 129
2000 158
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2003 163
2004 177
2005 171
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2007 185
2008 210
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2018 273
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Conway BR, et al. Vision Res 2018. Among authors: Martin PR. PMID 30327094 Free PMC article.
Effect of a Pharmacist-Led Educational Intervention on Inappropriate Medication Prescriptions in Older Adults: The D-PRESCRIBE Randomized Clinical Trial
Martin P, et al. JAMA 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30422193 Free PMC article.
In the intervention vs control group, discontinuation of inappropriate medication occurred among 63 of 146 sedative-hypnotic drug users (43.2%) vs 14 of 155 (9.0%), respectively (risk difference, 34% [95% CI, 25% to 43%]); 19 of 62 glyburide users (30.6%) vs 8 of 58 (13.8%), respectively (risk difference, 17% [95% CI, 2% to 31%]); and 19 of 33 nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug users (57.6%) vs 5 of 23 (21.7%), respectively (risk difference, 35% [95% CI, 10% to 55%]) (P for interaction = .09). ...
In the intervention vs control group, discontinuation of inappropriate medication occurred among 63 of 146 sedative-hypnotic drug users (43. …
Structural brain abnormalities in the common epilepsies assessed in a worldwide ENIGMA study
Whelan CD, et al. Brain 2018. Among authors: Martin P. PMID 29365066 Free PMC article.
Compared to controls, all epilepsy groups showed lower volume in the right thalamus (Cohen's d = -0.24 to -0.73; P < 1.49 × 10-4), and lower thickness in the precentral gyri bilaterally (d = -0.34 to -0.52; P < 4.31 × 10-6). Both MTLE subgroups showed profound volume reduction in the ipsilateral hippocampus (d = -1.73 to -1.91, P < 1.4 × 10-19), and lower thickness in extrahippocampal cortical regions, including the precentral and paracentral gyri, compared to controls (d = -0.36 to -0.52; P < 1.49 × 10-4). ...

Compared to controls, all epilepsy groups showed lower volume in the right thalamus (Cohen's d = -0.24 to -0.73; P < 1.49 × 10-4),

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