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Hacimustafaoglu, Mustafa - - 2011
Hacimustafaoglu, Mustafa - - 2011
Yildiz, Necmettin - - 2011
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a syndrome characterized by a combination of pain, trophic changes, and vasomotor disturbances. Although the case reports in the literature describing the CRPS secondary to lumbar disc herniation (LDH) are abundant, in these case reports CRPS is diagnosed in only one extremity. Based on ...
Cevik, Remzi - - 2011
An increased incidence of tuberculosis has been seen in recent years due to factors such as immunocompromising diseases and drug use. There has also been an increase in osteoarticular involvement. In this article, we report a 22-yearold male patient who was diagnosed with tuberculosis of the knee and acromioclavicular joints. ...
Altindag, Ozlem - - 2011
Methotrexate is an antimetabolite which impairs deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) synthesis by competitively inhibiting folic acid metabolism. Methotrexate is successfully used in the treatment of neoplastic diseases as well as rheumatoid arthritis. Long-term use of methotrexate is quite safe and very effective in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. However, it may ...
Bright, Charlotte - - 2011
Women and men have different histories, presentations, and behaviors in substance abuse groups. Twelve considerations are offered for the beginning group leader when encountering women with substance abuse issues. These include understanding sexism, what brings women to treatment, and how women behave in group treatment. Implications for clinical practice with ...
Walsh, Charlotte - - 2011
This article investigates the symbiotic relationship between drugs and the Internet, focusing (though not exclusively) on psychedelics. Programming on psychedelics in Silicon Valley from the 1960s to date is detailed, as are the twinned conceptualizations of drugs as a technology and technology as a drug. The correlation between drugs, the ...
Kelly, Brian - - 2011
During recent years, there has been increasing interest in "legal highs" among youth and young adults. Salvia divinorum is a legally available hallucinogenic plant, primarily utilized in smokable form, that produces a brief but intense hallucinogenic experience for the user. Data are presented from an ethnographic project to provide a ...
Rodd, Robin - - 2011
Most Orinocoan ethnic groups, including the Cuiva and the Piaroa, use yopo, a hallucinogenic snuff derived from the seeds of the Anadenanthera peregrina tree. This study contrasts Piaroa and Cuiva attitudes toward and uses of yopo in light of ongoing processes of social change. We do not believe that these ...
Labate, Beatriz - - 2011
In 2010, the Brazilian Government agency responsible for drug-related issues formulated official Resolutions that categorized the consumption of ayahuasca by pregnant women and children in the Santo Daime and Uniao do Vegetal ayahuasca-based religions as an "exercise of parental rights." Although ayahuasca groups do enjoy a relative degree of social ...
Krentzman, Amy - - 2011
This study identifies factors associated with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) membership in a sample of 81 persons who have achieved at least one year of total abstinence from alcohol and other drugs. Forty-four were AA members, 37 were not. Logistic regression was used to test the cross-sectional associations of baseline demographic, ...
Davis, Sharon - - 2011
Despite extensive prevention efforts, recent years have seen an increase in illicit drug use among young people. However, many people choose to not use drugs while they are growing up. This study sought to uncover reasons why some individuals seem to have more resilience when faced with drug use than ...
Rothrauff, Tanja - - 2011
This study assessed the extent of implementation of the Public Health Service tobacco cessation guidelines among a national sample of counselors working in five different types of substance abuse treatment programs. Further, we identified implementation patterns among counselors using cluster analysis and considered differences in counselor characteristics based on their ...
Perron, Brian - - 2011
Inhalant use is a serious global problem with consequences equal to or surpassing those of other drugs. Regrettably, few prior studies have examined inhalant users' patterns of service and treatment utilization. The purpose of this study is to identify factors associated with service use and barriers to treatment among a ...
Amen, Daniel - - 2011
Brain injuries are common in professional American football players. Finding effective rehabilitation strategies can have widespread implications not only for retired players but also for patients with traumatic brain injury and substance abuse problems. An open label pragmatic clinical intervention was conducted in an outpatient neuropsychiatric clinic with 30 retired ...
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