Thursday January 18th 2018

Comparison of the Affective Symptomatology Between Liver Transplant Recipients and Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Considering Their Functional…

We aimed to compare the affective symptomatology in two medical conditions under immunotherapy (cadaveric liver transplantation [G1] and multiple sclerosis [G2]), considering their functional impairment, and to assess the clinical significance of the results regarding a representative age-adjusted sample of the general Spanish population (G3). (Source: Transplantation Proceedings)

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