Harkness, Dr R. This requires that the cases in the study were representative of all cases in the respective population and that the controls represented all non-cases, within matching strata. Harland, Dr C.
Why do we disagree? Olivier, Dr A. Social inequality and incidence of and survival from tumours of the central nervous system in a population-based study in Denmark, — Brookes, Mr A.
Women have larger volumes in the frontal and paralimbic cortices; men in the hypothalamus and amygdala. The prevalence of female migraineurs is two to three times that of male migraineurs, and females tend to require a longer time to recover and experience a longer attack duration, greater disability, and increased risk of headache recurrence 34.
In the latter, the baseline shows a large pulse at the time of ovulation after which the range of release remains larger during the luteal phase compared to the follicular phase Hormonal manipulation strategies in the management of menstrual migraine and other hormonally related headaches.
Nature reviews. Such changes e. Intriguingly, there is also evidence of brain alterations across the menstrual cycle in females. Nuclear medicine and biology.
Temperley, Dr G. Snigorska and M. Mills, Miss Myles, Mr B. Cumulative number and duration of calls were analysed as categorical variables, based on deciles of the distribution of these variables among all controls who were regular users, including those matched to patients with an acoustic neuroma or a parotid gland tumour, so that the same cut-off points are used in all analyses.
Why do we disagree? In contrast with the excess risk seen on the scale of cumulative call time, risk did not appear to be increased by length of time since first exposure or by duration of exposure.