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Table 1-2 Relative prevalence of the major neurologic disorders in the United States
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Figure 2.10 Pre- and postutilization of a 1320-nm Nd:YAG laser for hand rejuvenation. Energy 13 J/cm 2; preand postcooling 30 msec, six sessions
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Neurosyphilis Syphilitic meningitis and meningovascular syphilis appear to have an increased incidence in AIDS patients. Cell counts in the CSF are unreliable as signs of luetic activity; diagnosis depends entirely upon serologic tests. It seems unlikely that AIDS causes false-positive tests for syphilis, but this remains to be settled. Other rare organisms, such as Rochalimaea henselae (formerly Bartonella), the cause of cat-scratch fever, are found with unexpectedly high frequencies in AIDS patients and have been implicated in an encephalopathy. Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, a viral disease now closely linked with the immunosuppressed state of AIDS, is discussed further on in this chapter. Diagnostic Tests for HIV Infection Many screening tests are now available for the detection of antibodies to HIV. Most of them are based on an enzyme-linked immunoassay (ELISA or EIA), which has proved to be highly sensitive. However, there is a small incidence of false-positive reactions, particularly when these tests are used to screen persons at low risk for HIV infection. All positive EIA tests should therefore be repeated. The Western blot test, which identi es antibodies to speci c viral proteins, is more speci c than EIA tests and is used to con rm a positive screening test. Indeterminate Western blot tests should be repeated monthly for several months to detect a rising concentration of antibodies. Newer tests, using puri ed antigens, are being developed and should be more speci c than those currently available. Treatment The treatment of HIV infection/AIDS, as is true for any chronic, life-threatening disease, is dif cult. Patients and their families require counseling and education, and frequently psychologic support in addition to complex drug regimens. Drug therapy for HIV infection continues to change rapidly. A combination of three and sometimes four drugs, including the reverse transcriptase inhibitors (AZT and 3-TC or lamivudine, which act synergistically and cross the blood-brain barrier) and the newer protease inhibitors (such as indinavir) render 90 percent of patients free of detectable virus for over a year. It is believed that this approach will prolong survival, but it might be expected also to increase the prevalence of neurologic complications of AIDS, each of which needs to be treated as it is recognized. Referral to a specialist or a center devoted to the management of this disease may be required.
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answer (for example, the NADA Used Car Guide may no longer list its value). The appraiser may have to set a special value to settle an accident insurance repair claim that is beyond an everyday adjuster s experience, to assist in divorce or estate settlements, to set an auction reserve figure, to determine replacement value for a new insurance policy or collateral for loans, to assist a business dissolution, or to fix a federal tax deduction amount when an old car is donated to charity. An appraiser may also be hired by a prospective purchaser for an independent value to compare to the seller s price. Qualified appraisers also serve as expert witnesses when matters of automotive value land in court. An appraiser works for a fixed fee plus expenses. The fee is not related to the value of the car being appraised; if it were so based, this would constitute a conflict of interest. Deane Fehrman pursued his teaching career for many years before he turned his avocation of collecting mechanical antiques and auto-related memorabilia into a vocation by becoming an auto museum manager and curator (see 11). Now one of the country s best-known antique auto appraisers and arbiters, he is chairman of the Automotive Specialties Group of the American Society of Appraisers. He is also on the market advisory panel of Collector Car & Truck Prices magazine and operates his own organization, Antique Automobile Appraisals, in Golden, Colorado. The firm appraises horseless carriages, sports cars, special-interest autos, kit cars, fire apparatus, classic and milestone autos, trucks, race cars, and even vintage trolleys. This resume-like summary gives no clue to Deane Fehrman s thoughtful approach to appraisals. That arises from his lifelong fascination with collecting. His love of full-size cars started as a young boy. My father worked part-time perfecting an automobile cigarette lighter. I remember that his partner would drive to our house in a yellow 1948 Packard custom convertible. I used to stare, fascinated, at that gleaming cormorant hood ornament. It, among other things,
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As you have seen in the discussion of validation, wherever you have an error message, the space taken up by the message leaves a gap. With several different controls using some kind of validation control, a page could get cluttered and messy very quickly. An easy way to prevent this state of affairs is to use the ValidationSummary control. With this control all of the error messages for the page are stored in one place. The kind of message and validation control can be any you want. However, instead of the error message displayed in the location where you placed the validation control, all of the errors are displayed together. Usually, the summary errors are placed at the end of the form. To see how this works, an application using two TextBox controls with a RequiredFieldValidator control and a RegularExpressionValidator control are set up as they have been in previous examples with one important difference their Display property is set to None. When the display setting is None, the validation controls still show up in the Design mode as taking up space as shown in Figure 9-13. However, as you can see in Figures 9-14 and 9-15, no space at all is taken up by the area reserved for error messages. Instead, all of the messages appear at the bottom where the ValidationSummary control is positioned. The example is easy to try. Just put in the controls and labels as shown in Figure 9-13. Where you see the bullet list of error messages is in the ValidationSummary control. Add the error messages to the two controls and controls to validate, and set the RegularExpre ssionValidator control s ValidationExpression to email . Remember to also set the display of both validators to None . When you place the ValidationSummary
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