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After the initial 6-month treatment of pulmonary embolus, extended anticoagulation of up to 18 months dramatically reduces risk of recurrence at the expense of more episodes of major bleeding.
Following an acute stroke, executive function declined significantly — more steeply than in controls; encouragingly, the capacity for new learning post-stroke did not decline.
Long-term anticoagulation was associated with about an 80% reduction in recurrent venous thromboembolic events compared to short-term anticoagulation.
Over a 24-month interval, slightly fewer than half of the subjects experienced relapse, with no significant difference demonstrable between mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy.
Certain non-alcoholic fatty liver disease patients have a progressive type called non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, which itself may progress to cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.
On-demand doses of 25-50 mg tramadol administered 2-4 hours prior to intercourse is effective in prolonging vaginal ejaculatory latency time.