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  • Inherited Neuropathies. [Journal Article]
    Semin Neurol 2019; 39(5):620-639Carroll AS, Burns J, … Vucic S
  • The inherited neuropathies are a common and heterogeneous group of slowly progressive disorders affecting motor, sensory, and autonomic nerves. These hereditary conditions can be confined to the peripheral nervous system, termed the primary hereditary neuropathies, or can occur as part of a multisystem disease. Identification of systemic involvement is necessary to distinguish the primary and sec…
  • Accuracy Evaluation of a Tetrabromophenolphthalein Ethyl Ester Colorimetric Assay for Urinary Albumin. [Journal Article]
    J Appl Lab Med 2019; 4(2):201-213Krausz AD, Dewar R, Burns MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The TBPE assay is a function of the creatinine concentration, and a 3D surface can be used to provide accurate albumin concentrations for standard samples. The corrected TBPE method and the immunoturbidimetric method deviated from known concentrations of spiked samples. Further investigation and comparisons with a third albumin measurement method, such as LC-MS/MS, are necessary before conclusions on the accuracy of the TBPE assay can be made.
  • Personalized treatment selection using data from crossover designs with carry-over effects. [Journal Article]
    Stat Med 2019Siriwardhana C, Kulasekera KB, Datta S
  • In this work, we propose a semiparametric method for estimating the optimal treatment for a given patient based on individual covariate information for that patient when data from a crossover design are available. Here, we assume there are carry-over effects for patients switching from one treatment to another. For the K treatment (K ≥ 2) scenario, we show that nonparametric estimation of carry-o…
  • Hemorrhagic Stroke in a Young Adult with Undiagnosed Asymptomatic Dandy-Walker Malformation. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Neurol Med 2019; 2019:1450703Abdul H, Burns J, … Lacaille S
  • The Dandy-Walker Malformation was first described in 1914 by Dandy and Blackfan and is characterized by hypoplasia of the vermis, pseudocystic fourth ventricle, upward displacement of the tentorium, torcular and lateral sinuses, and anteroposterior enlargement of the posterior fossa. This syndrome commonly manifests as hydrocephalus in children, though rare adult cases have been reported. The lit…
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