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  • Dietary Patterns of Caribbean/Central American and US Born Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in an Inner-City Setting (P04-110-19). [Journal Article]
  • CDCurr Dev Nutr 2019; 3(Suppl 1)
  • Wilson C, Yang G, … Markell M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our inner-City population: 1. CARIB had lower nutritional literacy but higher HEI score. 2. CARIB were more likely to report small ethnic grocery stores and better access to healthy food, although they were more likely to report low income. 3. There were significant differences in nutrient sources including (legumes), whole grains and dairy. 3. CARIB incorporated Caribbean staples into their diet, including fish dishes and fresh vegetables. 4. Cultural background should be considered when counseling even in long-term immigrants with CKD.
  • Tremor after long term lithium treatment; is it cortical myoclonus? [Case Reports]
  • CACerebellum Ataxias 2019; 6:5
  • Sarrigiannis PG, Zis P, … Hadjivassiliou M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A synergistic effect of different factors appears to be contributing to the development of cortical myoclonus after chronic exposure to lithium. We hypothesise that the cerebellum is involved in the generation of cortical myoclonus in these cases and factors aetiologically linked to cerebellar pathology like gluten sensitivity and alcohol abuse may play a role in the development of myoclonus. Despite the very limited evidence in the literature, lithium induced cortical myoclonus may not be so rare.
  • Reliability of upper limb movement quality metrics during everyday tasks. [Journal Article]
  • GPGait Posture 2019; 71:253-260
  • Engdahl SM, Gates DH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Unconstrained ADLs can reliably be used to assess movement quality in functional settings that mimic real-world challenges. However, the specific movement quality metrics used in the assessment should be chosen carefully since some metrics perform dissimilarly when applied to the same data. In particular, it may be advisable to use the number of submovements in combination with other metrics, if it is to be used at all.
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