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  • Blast-induced hearing loss. [Letter]
  • JZJ Zhejiang Univ Sci B 2017 Oct 18
  • Mizutari K
  • The incidence of blast injury has increased recently. As the ear is the organ most sensitive to blast overpressure, the most frequent injuries seen after blast exposure are those affecting the ear. B...
  • Evaluation of selective attention in patients with misophonia. [Journal Article]
  • BJBraz J Otorhinolaryngol 2018 Mar 21
  • Silva FED, Sanchez TG
  • CONCLUSIONS: The misophonia participants presented a lower percentage of correct responses in the dichotic sentence identification test with chewing sound; suggesting that individuals with misophonia may have selective attention impairment when they are exposed to sounds that trigger this condition.
  • Aggressiveness, violence, homicidality, homicide, and Lyme disease. [Journal Article]
  • NDNeuropsychiatr Dis Treat 2018; 14:693-713
  • Bransfield RC
  • CONCLUSIONS: LD and the immune, biochemical, neurotransmitter, and the neural circuit reactions to it can cause impairments associated with violence. Many LD patients have no aggressiveness tendencies or only mild degrees of low frustration tolerance and irritability and pose no danger; however, a lesser number experience explosive anger, a lesser number experience homicidal thoughts and impulses, and much lesser number commit homicides. Since such large numbers are affected by LD, this small percent can be highly significant. Much of the violence associated with LD can be avoided with better prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of LD.
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