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JACC (Journal of the American College of Cardiology), ISSN 0735-1097, 2014, Volume 64, Issue 11, pp. B51 - B51
  Background To investigate the safety and efficacy of left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO) with the Amplatzer Cardiac Plug (ACP) for stroke prevention in... 
Cardiovascular | Internal Medicine | Cardiac arrhythmia | Aspirin | Drug therapy | Patients
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JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, ISSN 1936-8798, 06/2018, Volume 11, Issue 11, pp. 1086 - 1092
Objectives: This study sought to evaluate the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of intracardiac echocardiography (ICE)–guided versus transesophageal... 
transesophageal | left atrial appendage occlusion | intracardiac | echocardiography | AMPLATZER CARDIAC PLUG | FIBRILLATION | HIGH-RISK PATIENTS | CARDIAC & CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMS | DEVICE | CLOSURE | EXPERIENCE
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Movement Disorders, ISSN 0885-3185, 06/2015, Volume 30, Issue 7, pp. 919 - 927
This study was undertaken to determine the prevalence and correlates of cognitive impairment (CI) and neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) in early, untreated... 
impulse control disorder | anxiety | Parkinson's disease | cognition | depression | apathy | psychosis | Apathy | Psychosis | Impulse control disorder | Depression | Anxiety | Cognition | DEPRESSION SCALE | DEMENTIA | IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDERS | INCIDENT | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | IMPAIRMENT | MOTOR SUBTYPE | NONMOTOR SYMPTOMS | COHORT | SPECTRUM | RATING-SCALE | Depression - physiopathology | Prevalence | Humans | Middle Aged | Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders - etiology | Male | Depression - etiology | Psychotic Disorders - physiopathology | Apathy - physiology | Cognition Disorders - etiology | Cognitive Dysfunction - epidemiology | Aged, 80 and over | Anxiety - epidemiology | Parkinson Disease - epidemiology | Adult | Female | Mental Disorders - etiology | Severity of Illness Index | Parkinson Disease - complications | Cognition Disorders - physiopathology | Depression - epidemiology | Mental Disorders - epidemiology | Anxiety - physiopathology | Psychotic Disorders - epidemiology | Cognitive Dysfunction - etiology | Cognitive Dysfunction - physiopathology | Parkinson Disease - physiopathology | Mental Disorders - physiopathology | Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders - physiopathology | Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders - epidemiology | Biomarkers | Aged | Cognition Disorders - epidemiology | Anxiety - etiology | Psychotic Disorders - etiology | Somatotropin | Batteries | Depression, Mental | Prevalence studies (Epidemiology)
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by Marek, Kenneth and Jennings, Danna and Lasch, Shirley and Siderowf, Andrew and Tanner, Caroline and Simuni, Tanya and Coffey, Chris and Kieburtz, Karl and Flagg, Emily and Chowdhury, Sohini and Poewe, Werner and Mollenhauer, Brit and Sherer, Todd and Frasier, Mark and Meunier, Claire and Rudolph, Alice and Casaceli, Cindy and Seibyl, John and Mendick, Susan and Schuff, Norbert and Zhang, Ying and Toga, Arthur and Crawford, Karen and Ansbach, Alison and de Blasio, Pasquale and Piovella, Michele and Trojanowski, John and Shaw, Les and Singleton, Andrew and Hawkins, Keith and Eberling, Jamie and Russell, David and Leary, Laura and Factor, Stewart and Sommerfeld, Barbara and Hogarth, Penelope and Pighetti, Emily and Williams, Karen and Standaert, David and Guthrie, Stephanie and Hauser, Robert and Delgado, Holly and Jankovic, Joseph and Hunter, Christine and Stern, Matthew and Tran, Baochan and Leverenz, Jim and Baca, Marne and Frank, Sam and Thomas, Cathi-Ann and Richard, Irene and Deeley, Cheryl and Rees, Linda and Sprenger, Fabienne and Lang, Elisabeth and Shill, Holly and Obradov, Sanja and Fernandez, Hubert and Winters, Adrienna and Berg, Daniela and Gauss, Katharina and Galasko, Douglas and Fontaine, Deborah and Mari, Zoltan and Gerstenhaber, Melissa and Brooks, David and Malloy, Sophie and Barone, Paolo and Longo, Katia and Comery, Tom and Ravina, Bernard and Grachev, Igor and Gallagher, Kim and Collins, Michelle and Widnell, Katherine L and Ostrowizki, Suzanne and Fontoura, Paulo and La-Roche, F. Hoffmann and Ho, Tony and Luthman, Johan and van der Brug, Marcel and Reith, Alastair D and Taylor, Peggy and Executive Steering Comm and Steering Comm Cores and The Parkinson Progression Marker and Parkinson Progression Marker Initiative
Progress in Neurobiology, ISSN 0301-0082, 2011, Volume 95, Issue 4, pp. 629 - 635
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American Journal of Cardiology, The, ISSN 0002-9149, 2016, Volume 118, Issue 12, pp. 1836 - 1841
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International Journal of Cardiology, ISSN 0167-5273, 07/2018, Volume 262, pp. 38 - 42
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by Prakash, Neha and Caspell-Garcia, Chelsea and Coffey, Christopher and Siderowf, Andrew and Tanner, Caroline M and Tanner, Caroline and Kieburtz, Karl and Mollenhauer, Brit and Galasko, Douglas and Merchant, Kaplana and Merchant, Kalpana and Foroud, Tatiana and Chahine, Lana M and Weintraub, Daniel and Casaceli, Cindy and Casaceli, Cynthia and Dorsey, Ray and Wilson, Renee and Herzog, Margaret and Daegele, Nichole and Arnedo, Vanessa and Frasier, Mark and Sherer, Todd and Marek, Kenneth and Marek, Ken and Frank, Samuel and Jennings, Danna and Simuni, Tanya and Seibyl, John and Tosun-Turgut, Duygu and Shaw, Leslie and Trojanowski, John and Singleton, Andrew and Toga, Arthur and Poewe, Werner and Poston, Kathleen and Chowdhury, Sohini and Kopil, Catherine and Mahes, Sugi and Salerno, Christina and Crawford, Karen and Casalin, Paola and Malferrari, Giulia and Weisz, Mali Gani and Orr-Urtreger, Avi and Montine, Thomas and Russell, David and Dahodwala, Nabila and Giladi, Nir and Factor, Stewart and Hogarth, Penelope and Standaert, David and Hauser, Robert and Jankovic, Joseph and Saint-Hilaire, Marie and Richard, Irene and Shprecher, David and Fernandez, Hubert and Brockmann, Katrina and Rosenthal, Liana and Barone, Paolo and Espay, Alberto and Rowe, Dominic and Marder, Karen and Santiago, Anthony and Bressman, Susan and Hu, Shu-Ching and Isaacson, Stuart and Corvol, Jean-Christophe and Martinez, Javiar Ruiz and Tolosa, Eduardo and Tai, Yen and Politis, Marios and Smejdir, Debra and Rees, Linda and Williams, Karen and Kausar, Farah and Richardson, Whitney and Willeke, Diana and Peacock, Shawnees and Heim, Beatrice and Mirelman, Anat and Sommerfeld, Barbara and Freed, Alison and Wakeman, Katrina and Blair, Courtney and Guthrie, Stephanie and Harrell, Leigh and Hunter, Christine and Thomas, Cathi-Ann and James, Raymond and Zimmerman, Grace and Brown, Victoria and Mule, Jennifer and Hilt, Ella and Ribb, Kori and Ainscough, Susan and Wethington, Misty and Ranola, Madelaine and Santana, Helen Mejia and ... and Ind Sci Advisory Board and Study Cores and Site Investigators and Parkinsons Progression Markers and Parkinson's Progression Markers InitiativeSteering Committee and Industry and Scientific Advisory Board and Coordinators
Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, ISSN 1353-8020, 05/2019, Volume 62, pp. 201 - 209
To determine the feasibility, safety and tolerability of lumbar punctures (LPs) in research participants with early Parkinson disease (PD), subjects without... 
Parkinson's disease | Safety | Adverse events | Lumbar puncture | MULTICENTER | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Medicine, Experimental | Medical research | Safety and security measures | Puncture | Spine | Analysis
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by Guo, Shengwen and Lai, Chunren and Wu, Congling and Cen, Guiyin and Hariharan, A and Vijayakumari, Anupa A and Aarabi, Mohammad Hadi and Aballi, John and Nour, Abd Elazeim Abd Alla Mohamed and Abdelaziz, Mohammed and Abdolalizadeh, AmirHussein and Abdollahi, Mahsa and Abdul Aziz, Siti Aishah and Salam, Amritha Abdul and Abdulaziz, Nidhal and Abdulkadir, Ahmed and Abdullah, Sachal and Abdullah, Osama and Abrigo, Jill and Adachi, Noriaki and Adamson, Christopher and Adduru, Viraj and Adel, Tameem and Aderghal, Karim and Ades-Aron, Benjamin and Adeyosoye, Michael and Adlard, Paul and Srinivasa, Ag and Aganj, Iman and Agarwal, Ayush and Agarwal, Anupam and Agarwal, Anchit and Aguero, Cinthya and Aguiar, Pablo and Ahdidan, Jamila and Ahmad, Fayyaz and Ahmad, Rziwan and Ahmadi, Hessam and Ahmed, Nisar and Sid, Farid Ahmed and Ai, Edward and Ai, Qing and Aicha, Benyahia and Aitharaju, Sai and Aiyer, Aditya and Akkus, Zeynettin and Akodad, Sanae and Akramifard, Hamid and Aksman, Leon and Aktas, Said and Al-Janabi, Omar and Al-Nuaimi, Ali and AlAila, BahaaEddin and Alakwaa, Fadhl and Alam, Saruar and Alam, Fakhre and Alam Zaidi, Syed Farhan and Alan, Wiener and Alansari, Mukhtar and Alareqi, Ebrahim and Alberdi, Ane and Albsoul, Mohammad and Alderson, Thomas and Aleem, Hassan and Alex, Aishwarya and Alexander, Jacob and Alexopoulos, Panagiotis and Alfoldi, Jessica and Ali, Ayesha and Ali, Imdad and Alimoradian, Shirin and Aljabar, Paul and Aljabbouli, Hasan and Aljovic, Almir and Allen, Genevera and Alliende, Luz Maria and Almaguel, Frankis and Almgren, Hannes and Montes, Carmen Alonso and Alowaisheq, Tasneem and Alryalat, Saif Aldeen and Alsado, Majd and Alsaedi, Abdalrahman and Alshehri, Haifa and Altaf, Tooba and Altendahl, Marie and Altmann, Ane and Alvand, Ashkan and Filho, Manoel Alves and Alzubi, Raid and Amaral, Robert and Ambatipudi, Mythri and Amernath, Remya and Amlien, Inge and Amoroso, Nicola and Amri, Hakima and Anastasiou, Athanasios and Anbarasi, Jani and Anbarjafari, Gholamreza and Anderson, Wes and ... and Alzheimer's Dis Neuroimaging and Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative and The Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative
Frontiers in aging neuroscience, ISSN 1663-4365, 2017, Volume 9, Issue MAY, p. 146
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