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    1. Engel, LS; Checkoway, H; Keifer, MC; Seixas, NS; Longstreth, WT; Scott, KC; Hudnell, K; Anger, WK; Camicioli, R
      Parkinsonism and occupational exposure to pesticides

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    2. Engel, LS; Seixas, NS; Keifer, MC; Longstreth, WT; Checkoway, H
      Validity study of self-reported pesticide exposure among orchardists

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    3. Fang, XH; Longstreth, WT; Li, SC; Kronmal, RA; Cheng, XM; Wang, WZ; Wu, SP; Du, XL; Dai, XY
      Longitudinal study of blood pressure and stroke in over 37,000 people in China

      CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES
    4. Farin, FM; Janssen, P; Quigley, S; Abbott, D; Hassett, C; Smith-Weller, T; Franklin, GM; Swanson, PD; Longstreth, WT; Omiecinski, CJ; Checkoway, H
      Genetic polymorphisms of microsomal and soluble epoxide hydrolase and the risk of Parkinson's disease

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    5. Mukamal, KJ; Longstreth, WT; Mittleman, MA; Crum, RM; Siscovick, DS
      Alcohol consumption and subclinical findings on magnetic resonance imagingof the brain in older adults - The Cardiovascular Health Study

      STROKE
    6. Longstreth, WT; Nelson, LH
      The gender gap in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage - Editorial comment

      STROKE
    7. Reiner, AP; Schwartz, SM; Frank, MB; Longstreth, WT; Hindorff, LA; Teramura, G; Rosendaal, FR; Gaur, LK; Psaty, BM; Siscovick, DS
      Polymorphisms of coagulation factor XIII subunit A and risk of nonfatal hemorrhagic stroke in young white women

      STROKE
    8. Bernick, C; Kuller, L; Dulberg, C; Longstreth, WT; Manolio, T; Beauchamp, N; Price, T
      Silent MRI infarcts and the risk of future stroke - The cardiovascular health study

      NEUROLOGY
    9. Tirschwell, DL; Coplin, WM; Becker, KJ; Vogelzang, P; Eskridge, J; Haynor, D; Cohen, W; Newell, D; Winn, HR; Longstreth, WT
      Intra-arterial urokinase for acute ischemic stroke: Factors associated with complications

      NEUROLOGY
    10. Doherty, MJ; Baxter, AB; Longstreth, WT
      Herpes simplex virus encephalitis complicating myxedema coma treated with corticosteroids

      NEUROLOGY
    11. Becker, KJ; Baxter, AB; Cohen, WA; Bybee, HM; Tirschwell, DL; Newell, DW; Winn, HR; Longstreth, WT
      Withdrawal of support in intracerebral hemorrhage may lead to self-fulfilling prophecies

      NEUROLOGY
    12. Longstreth, WT; Bernick, C; Fitzpatrick, A; Cushman, M; Knepper, L; Lima, J; Furberg, CD
      Frequency and predictors of stroke death in 5,888 participants in the Cardiovascular Health Study

      NEUROLOGY
    13. Frank, MB; Reiner, AP; Schwartz, SM; Kumar, PN; Pearce, RM; Arbogast, PG; Longstreth, WT; Rosendaal, FR; Psaty, BM; Siscovick, DS
      The Kozak sequence polymorphism of platelet glycoprotein Ib alpha and riskof nonfatal myocardial infarction and nonfatal stroke in young women

      BLOOD
    14. Longstreth, WT; Diehr, P; Manolio, TA; Beauchamp, NJ; Jungreis, CA; Lefkowitz, D
      Cluster analysis and patterns of findings on cranial magnetic resonance imaging of the elderly - The cardiovascular health study

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    15. Klungel, OH; Leufkens, HGM; de Boer, A; Longstreth, WT; Kaplan, RC; Smith, NL; Psaty, BM
      Differences between primary vs secondary prevention trials regarding the stroke protective effect of antihypertensive drugs - In reply

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    16. Klungel, OH; Heckbert, SR; Longstreth, WT; Furberg, CD; Kaplan, RC; Smith, NL; Lemaitre, RN; Leufkens, HGM; de Boer, A; Psaty, BM
      Antihypertensive drug therapies and the risk of ischemic stroke

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    17. Longstreth, WT; Arnold, AM; Manolio, TA; Burke, GL; Bryan, N; Jungreis, CA; O'Leary, D; Enright, PL; Fried, L
      Clinical correlates of ventricular and sulcal size on cranial magnetic resonance imaging of 3,301 elderly people - The cardiovascular health study

      NEUROEPIDEMIOLOGY
    18. Longstreth, WT
      Aspirin in acute ischemic stroke

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    19. Reiner, AP; Kumar, PN; Schwartz, SM; Longstreth, WT; Pearce, RM; Rosendaal, FR; Psaty, BM; Siscovick, DS
      Genetic variants of platelet glycoprotein receptors and risk of stroke in young women

      STROKE
    20. Klungel, OH; Kaplan, RC; Heckbert, SR; Smith, NL; Lemaitre, RN; Longstreth, WT; Leufkens, HGM; de Boer, A; Psaty, BM
      Control of blood pressure and risk of stroke among pharmacologically treated hypertensive patients

      STROKE
    21. Longstreth, WT; Colven, RM
      Cerebral venous thrombosis and the G20210A mutation of factor II - Response

      STROKE
    22. Longstreth, WT; Psaty, BM
      Alcohol consumption and the risk of stroke.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    23. Robinson, LR; Micklesen, PJ; Longstreth, WT
      Somatosensory potentials, CSF creatine kinase BB activity, and awakening after cardiac arrest - Reply

      NEUROLOGY
    24. Sherman, AL; Tirschwell, DL; Micklesen, PJ; Longstreth, WT; Robinson, LR
      Somatosensory potentials, CSF creatine kinase BB activity, and awakening after cardiac arrest

      NEUROLOGY
    25. Fann, JR; Kukull, WA; Katon, WJ; Longstreth, WT
      Physical activity and subarachnoid haemorrhage: a population based case-control study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    26. Nelson, LM; McGuire, V; Longstreth, WT; Matkin, C
      Population-based case-control study of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in western Washington State. I. Cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    27. Nelson, LM; Matkin, C; Longstreth, WT; McGuire, V
      Population-based case-control study of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in western Washington Sate. II. Diet

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    28. Pantoni, L; Leys, D; Fazekas, F; Longstreth, WT; Inzitari, D; Wallin, A; Filippi, M; Scheltens, P; Erkinjuntti, T; Hachinski, V
      Role of white matter lesions in cognitive impairment of vascular origin

      ALZHEIMER DISEASE & ASSOCIATED DISORDERS
    29. Cruz, DC; Nelson, LM; McGuire, V; Longstreth, WT
      Physical trauma and family history of neurodegenerative diseases in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A population-based case-control study

      NEUROEPIDEMIOLOGY
    30. Breslau, J; Jarvik, JG; Haynor, DR; Longstreth, WT; Kent, DL; Maravilla, KR
      MR contrast media in neuroimaging: A critical review of the literature

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY
    31. Tirschwell, DL; Chandler, WL; Longstreth, WT
      Cerebral hypoxia after cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      LANCET
    32. Fang, XH; Kronmal, RA; Li, SC; Longstreth, WT; Cheng, XM; Wang, WZ; Wu, SP; Du, XL; Siscovick, D
      Prevention of stroke in urban China - A community-based intervention trial

      STROKE
    33. Zunt, JR; Alarcon, OV; Montano, S; Longstreth, WT; Price, R; Holmes, KK
      Quantitative assessment of subclinical spasticity in human T-cell lymphotropic virus type I infection

      NEUROLOGY
    34. Coplin, WM; Longstreth, WT; Lam, AM; Chandler, WL; Mayberg, TS; Fine, JS; Winn, HR
      Cerebrospinal fluid creatine kinase-BB isoenzyme activity and outcome after subarachnoid hemorrhage

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    35. NELSON LM; BLOCH DA; LONGSTRETH WT; SHI H
      RECURSIVE PARTITIONING FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF DISEASE RISK SUBGROUPS - A CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

      Journal of clinical epidemiology
    36. LONGSTRETH WT
      BRAIN ABNORMALITIES IN THE ELDERLY - FREQUENCY AND PREDICTORS IN THE UNITED-STATES (THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY)

      Journal of neural transmission. Supplementum
    37. MCGUIRE V; NELSON LM; KOEPSELL TD; CHECKOWAY H; LONGSTRETH WT
      ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES IN COMMUNITY-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDIES

      Annual review of public health
    38. LONGSTRETH WT; ROSENDAAL FR; SISCOVICK DS; VOS HL; SCHWARTZ SM; PSATY BM; RAGHUNATHAN TE; KOEPSELL TD; REITSMA PH
      RISK OF STROKE IN YOUNG-WOMEN AND 2 PROTHROMBOTIC MUTATIONS - FACTOR-V-LEIDEN AND PROTHROMBIN GENE VARIANT (G20210A)

      Stroke
    39. SCHWARTZ SM; PETITTI DB; SISCOVICK DS; LONGSTRETH WT; SIDNEY S; RAGHUNATHAN TE; QUESENBERRY CP; KELAGHAN J
      STROKE AND USE OF LOW-DOSE ORAL-CONTRACEPTIVES IN YOUNG-WOMEN - A POOLED ANALYSIS OF 2 US STUDIES

      Stroke
    40. LONGSTRETH WT; SHEMANSKI L; LEFKOWITZ D; OLEARY DH; POLAK JF; WOLFSON SK
      ASYMPTOMATIC INTERNAL CAROTID-ARTERY STENOSIS DEFINED BY ULTRASOUND AND THE RISK OF SUBSEQUENT STROKE IN THE ELDERLY - THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY

      Stroke
    41. TIRSCHWELL DL; LONGSTRETH WT; KUKULL WA; BEEKLY DL; COBB LA; COPASS MK
      PREHOSPITAL CARE OF STROKE IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - A POPULATION-BASED STUDY

      Stroke
    42. TIRSCHWELL D; KUKULL WA; LONGSTRETH WT
      INACCURACY OF THE ICD-9-CM IN IDENTIFYING THE DIAGNOSIS OF ISCHEMIC CEREBROVASCULAR-DISEASE

      Neurology
    43. TIRSCHWELL DL; LONGSTRETH WT; KUKULL WA; BEEKLY DL; COBB LA; COPASS MK
      PREHOSPITAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL-SERVICES SEVERITY RATINGS PREDICT STROKE OUTCOMES

      Neurology
    44. LONGSTRETH WT; PSATY BM
      WHEN YOU LOOK FOR EVIDENCE AND FIND TOO MUCH - SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS TO THE RESCUE

      Neurology
    45. TIRSCHWELL DL; LONGSTRETH WT
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID CREATINE-KINASE BB ISOENZYME ACTIVITY AND NEUROLOGIC PROGNOSIS AFTER CARDIAC-ARREST - REPLY

      Neurology
    46. Longstreth, WT
      Systematic reviews - Reply

      NEUROLOGY
    47. PETITTI DB; SISCOVICK DS; SIDNEY S; SCHWARTZ SM; QUESENBERRY CP; PSATY BM; RAGHUNATHAN TE; KOEPSELL TD; LONGSTRETH WT
      NORPLANT(R) IMPLANTS AND CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE

      Contraception
    48. SLOAN MA; SILA CA; MAHAFFEY KW; GRANGER CB; LONGSTRETH WT; KOUDSTAAL P; WHITE HD; GORE JM; SIMOONS ML; WEAVER WD; GREEN CL; TOPOL EJ; CALIFF RM
      PREDICTION OF 30-DAY MORTALITY AMONG PATIENTS WITH THROMBOLYSIS-RELATED INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE

      Circulation
    49. LONGSTRETH WT; BERNICK C; MANOLIO TA; BRYAN N; JUNGREIS CA; PRICE TR
      LACUNAR INFARCTS DEFINED BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF 3660 ELDERLY PEOPLE - THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY

      Archives of neurology
    50. LONGSTRETH WT; MCGUIRE V; KOEPSELL TD; WANG Y; VANBELLE G
      RISK OF AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS AND HISTORY OF PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY - A POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Archives of neurology
    51. DOHERTY JA; SISCOVICK DS; SCHWARTZ SM; EMANUEL I; LONGSTRETH WT; PSATY BM
      LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT AND CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE IN YOUNG-WOMEN

      American journal of epidemiology
    52. HECKBERT SR; FURBERG CD; LONGSTRETH WT; PSATY BM; SMITH NL
      ANTIHYPERTENSIVE MEDICATIONS - IN REPLY

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    53. BERNICK C; LONGSTRETH WT; MANOLIO TA; JUNGREIS CA; PRICE TR; BRYAN N
      CLINICAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH LACUNES ON CRANIAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING (MRI) OF 3,660 ELDERLY PEOPLE - THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY (CHS)

      Stroke
    54. YUE NC; ARNOLD AM; LONGSTRETH WT; ELSTER AD; JUNGREIS CA; OLEARY DH; POIRIER VC; BRYAN RN
      SULCAL, VENTRICULAR, AND WHITE-MATTER CHANGES AT MR-IMAGING IN THE AGING BRAIN - DATA FROM THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY

      Radiology
    55. YUE NC; LONGSTRETH WT; ELSTER AD; JUNGREIS CA; OLEARY DH; POIRIER VC
      CLINICALLY SERIOUS ABNORMALITIES FOUND INCIDENTALLY AT MR-IMAGING OF THE BRAIN - DATA FROM THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY

      Radiology
    56. TIRSCHWELL DL; COPLIN WM; LONGSTRETH WT; HAYNOR D; ESKRIDGE J; NEWELL DW; WINN HR
      INTRA-ARTERIAL UROKINASE FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - EXPERIENCE WITH 23 PATIENTS

      Neurology
    57. DELAGUILA MA; MCGUIRE V; LONGSTRETH WT; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G
      PROGNOSTIC FACTORS FOR SURVIVAL IN A POPULATION-BASED STUDY OF AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Neurology
    58. COPLIN WM; LONGSTRETH WT; LAM AM; CHANDLER WL; MAYBERG TS; FINE JS; WINN HR
      CSF CREATINE-KINASE BB ISOENZYME ACTIVITY AND PROGNOSIS AFTER SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

      Neurology
    59. TIRSCHWELL DL; LONGSTRETH WT; RAUCHMATTHEWS ME; CHANDLER WL; ROTHSTEIN T; WRAY L; ENG LJ; FINE J; COPASS MK
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID CREATINE-KINASE BB ISOENZYME ACTIVITY AND NEUROLOGIC PROGNOSIS AFTER CARDIAC-ARREST

      Neurology
    60. GARN GS; DRANGSHOLT MT; GEHRELS JA; MOLINE E; LONGSTRETH WT
      DENTAL RECORD RETENTION - RATES AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS

      Journal of dental research
    61. SCHWARTZ SM; SISCOVICK DS; MALINOW MR; ROSENDAAL FR; BEVERLY RK; HESS DL; PSATY BM; LONGSTRETH WT; KOEPSELL TD; RAGHUNATHAN TE; REITSMA PH
      MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN YOUNG-WOMEN IN RELATION TO PLASMA TOTAL HOMOCYSTEINE, FOLATE, AND A COMMON VARIANT IN THE METHYLENETETRAHYDROFOLATE REDUCTASE GENE

      Circulation
    62. ROSENDAAL FR; SISCOVICK DS; SCHWARTZ SM; BEVERLY RK; PSATY BM; LONGSTRETH WT; RAGHUNATHAN TE; KOEPSELL TD; REITSMA PH
      FACTOR-V-LEIDEN (RESISTANCE TO ACTIVATED PROTEIN-C) INCREASES THE RISK OF MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN YOUNG-WOMEN

      Blood
    63. MARRA CM; WECHKIN HA; LONGSTRETH WT; REES TS; SYAPIN CL; GATES GA
      HEARING-LOSS AND ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN PATIENTS INFECTED WITH HIV-1

      Archives of neurology
    64. SCHWARTZ SM; SISCOVICK DS; LONGSTRETH WT; PSATY BM; BEVERLY RK; RAGHUNATHAN TE; LIN DY; KOEPSELL TD
      USE OF LOW-DOSE ORAL-CONTRACEPTIVES AND STROKE IN YOUNG-WOMEN

      Annals of internal medicine
    65. MCGUIRE V; LONGSTRETH WT; NELSON LM; KOEPSELL TD; CHECKOWAY H; MORGAN MS; VANBELLE G
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES AND AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS - A POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    66. HECKBERT SR; LONGSTRETH WT; PSATY BM; MURROS KE; SMITH NL; NEWMAN AB; WILLIAMSON JD; BERNICK C; FURBERG CD
      THE ASSOCIATION OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS WITH MRI WHITE-MATTER FINDINGS AND WITH MODIFIED MINI-MENTAL-STATE-EXAMINATION IN OLDER ADULTS

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    67. LONGSTRETH WT; MANOWITZ NR; DEGROOT LJ; SISCOVICK DS; MAYOR GH; COPASS MK; WEINMANN S; COBB LA
      PLASMA THYROID-HORMONE PROFILES IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING OUT-OF-HOSPITALCARDIAC-ARREST

      Thyroid
    68. JARVIK JG; HAYNOR DR; LONGSTRETH WT
      ASSESSING THE USEFULNESS OF DIAGNOSTIC-TESTS

      American journal of neuroradiology
    69. MARRA CM; LONGSTRETH WT; MAXWELL CL; LUKEHART SA
      RESOLUTION OF SERUM AND CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID ABNORMALITIES AFTER TREATMENT OF NEUROSYPHILIS - INFLUENCE OF CONCOMITANT HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS INFECTION

      Sexually transmitted diseases
    70. LONGSTRETH WT; MANOLIO TA; ARNOLD A; BURKE GL; BRYAN N; JUNGREIS CA; ENRIGHT PL; OLEARY D; FRIED L
      CLINICAL CORRELATES OF WHITE-MATTER FINDINGS ON CRANIAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF 3301 ELDERLY PEOPLE - THE CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH STUDY

      Stroke
    71. SLOAN MA; SILA CA; MAHAFFEY KW; GRANGER CB; LONGSTRETH WT; GREEN CL; TOPOL EJ
      CLINICAL AND RADIOGRAPHIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MORTALITY FOLLOWINGINTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE AFTER THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Stroke
    72. MCGUIRE V; LONGSTRETH WT; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G
      INCIDENCE OF AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS IN 3 COUNTIES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON-STATE

      Neurology
    73. LONGSTRETH WT; MCGUIRE V; NELSON LM; WANG YJ; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G
      WORKPLACE EXPOSURES AND THE RISK OF AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS FROM A POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Neurology
    74. BEVERLY RK; SISCOVICK DS; SCHWARTZ SM; KOEPSELL T; PSATY BM; LONGSTRETH WT
      FAMILY HISTORY AND RISK OF MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN YOUNG-WOMEN

      Circulation
    75. KOEPSELL TD; MCGUIRE V; LONGSTRETH WT; NELSON LM; VANBELLE G
      RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF LEAVING MESSAGES ON TELEPHONE ANSWERING MACHINES FOR CONTROL RECRUITMENT IN AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC-STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    76. VANDENEEDEN SK; MCKNIGHT B; KOEPSELL TD; LONGSTRETH WT; VANBELLE G
      ASPARTAME AND HEADACHE - REPLY

      Neurology
    77. MCGUIRE V; NELSON LM; WANG YJ; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G; LONGSTRETH WT
      THE INCIDENCE OF AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS (ALS) IN KING, PIERCE,AND SNOHOMISH COUNTIES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON-STATE

      Neurology
    78. LONGSTRETH WT; MCGUIRE V; NELSON LM; WANG YJ; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G
      VIGOROUS PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY AND RISK OF AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS FROM A POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Neurology
    79. ZUNT JR; MARRA CM; LONGSTRETH WT
      A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF TREATMENTS AND OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-INFECTION AND SUSPECTED TOXOPLASMA ENCEPHALITIS (TE)

      Neurology
    80. WECHKIN HA; MARRA CM; LONGSTRETH WT; SYAPIN CL; REES TR; GATES GA
      HEARING-LOSS AND HIV - EFFECTS OF ANTIRETROVIRAL MEDICATIONS

      Neurology
    81. TIRSCHWELL DL; RAUCHMATTHEWS ME; CHANDLER WL; FINE JS; WRAY LM; ROTHSTEIN TL; ENG LJ; BOWEN JD; LONGSTRETH WT
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID (CSF) CREATINE-KINASE BB ISOENZYME ACTIVITY (CKBB) AND NEUROLOGIC PROGNOSIS AFTER CARDIAC-ARREST

      Neurology
    82. WANG PS; LONGSTRETH WT; KOEPSELL TD
      SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE AND FAMILY HISTORY - A POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Archives of neurology
    83. SCHWARTZ SM; SISCOVICK DS; WEINMANN S; RAGHUNATHAN TE; PSATY BM; KOEPSELL TD; ALBRIGHT J; BEVERLY RK; LONGSTRETH WT
      BRIEF TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS TO ASSESS CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-RESPONDENTS IN POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDIES

      American journal of epidemiology
    84. NELSON L; BLOCH D; LONGSTRETH WT; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G
      UTILITY OF RECURSIVE PARTITIONING FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CASE-CONTROL DATA

      American journal of epidemiology
    85. NELSON LM; LONGSTRETH WT; KOEPSELL TD; CHECKOWAY H; VANBELLE G
      COMPLETENESS AND ACCURACY OF INTERVIEW DATA FROM PROXY RESPONDENTS - DEMOGRAPHIC, MEDICAL, AND LIFE-STYLE FACTORS

      Epidemiology
    86. ALBANESE MA; CLARKE WR; ADAMS HP; WOOLSON RF; BENDIXEN BH; DAVIS PH; JACOBY MR; GOMEZ FJ; DYKEN ME; UC EY; WOJCIESZEK JM; KAPPELLE LJ; TANNA AB; MITCHELL VL; GOMEZ CR; MALKOFF MD; TULYAPRONCHOTE R; SAUER CM; RIAZ G; SCHMIDT JG; MALIK MM; BANET GA; KARANJIA PN; MADDEN KP; RUGGLES KH; MICKEL SF; GOTTSCHALK PG; HANSOTIA PL; SORENSON RW; JACOBSON DM; HINER BC; MANCL K; LUKASIK E; BRUNO A; LAKIND ED; JEFFREY DR; MLADINICH EK; IQBAL J; REINERS M; BARRETT DW; SHIBUYA D; WILLIAMS JK; RUSSELL P; KING MK; CHAPIN JE; CARTER S; JEFFRIES L; HIER DB; SHAPIRO RA; BRINT SU; HOFF J; OCONNELL D; FISHER MJ; AMERISO SF; GARABEDIAN MH; MACKO RF; HANNA M; YEGYAN GA; MARTIN A; SCICLI A; JACKSON CM; ROTHROCK JF; LYDEN PD; BRODY ML; ZWEIFLER RM; KELLY NM; GORDON DL; THIEL AA; FREDERICKS RK; SINGH R; DENDINGER J; GORELICK PB; RISKIN BJ; MIRZA DB; KELLY MA; BIJARI A; MURRAY JC; CURTIN J; BOZZOLA FG; KOFMAN JC; BROWN N; DOLLEAR WC; WEINBERGER JM; TUHRIM S; RUDOLPH SH; HOROWITZ DR; SHEINART KF; GONDOLO TM; ALI J; BITTON A; BILLER J; SAVER JL; FRANK JI; PATRICK JT; FERNANDEZBEER E; CHADWICK L; FELDMANN E; WILTERDINK JL; RICKS L; MOHR JP; SACCO RL; CLAVIJO M; ROSENBAUM DM; SPARR SA; KATZ PM; KLONOWSKI E; BYER JA; WHITE HH; SUNDRANI S; ZAFAR MJ; ARORA R; GAMBOA EC; STACY M; BONNETT A; KELLEY C; CULEBRAS A; CAREY GC; MARTIR NM; KENT PF; RABIEE H; GUEVARA RA; BANGCO MS; PASTOR D; FICARRA C; COULL BM; BRILEY DP; CLARK WM; KENNY C; AUSTIN T; DEGARMO PL; ANDERSON DC; TARREL RM; NANCE MA; BUNDLIE SR; DOYLE JJ; DIERICH M; LOVE BB; STRUCK LK; MUELLER C; HOGAN EL; CARTER TD; GURECKI P; PLYER JW; MUNTZPOPE BK; LIBMAN RB; KWIATKOWSKI TG; KANNER RM; DONNARUMA R; CULLEN V; FAYAD PB; BRASS LM; PAVALKIS FJ; WROBEL CJ; LERAMO OB; BUXTON S; HOLLANDER J; HONCH GW; WEBER C; MAYMAN CI; WARACH SJ; TIJERINA ML; MANDELBAUM MA; HASSAN RU; ABBAS DH; OLMSTEAD CG; SEDLACEK L; MILLER AE; KEILSON MJ; BRUINING KM; DREXLER EE; MORGANTE L; RAMIREZLASSEPAS M; TULLOCH JW; QUINONES MR; CLAVEL A; MENDEZ MF; ZHANG S; ALA TA; ESPINOSA C; JOHNSTON KL; KASE CS; WOLF PA; BABIKIAN VL; LICATAGEHR EE; ALLEN NC; HOMER D; NEELY S; CARPENTER J; HOROWITZ SH; LAVA NS; MANNING M; GRIMSMAN KJ; OLSON JD; PENNELL BJ; JOHNSON K; CORNELL SH; CROSBY DL; SIMPSON TM; KRUMBHOLZ V; ZALESKY CR; WASEK PA; DIELEMAN JA; PAULSEN JM; BOREEN JP; JONES MF; ROBB BM; OBERBROECKLING LA; HANSEN MD; HICKLIN KM; DYKEN ML; FRANKOWSKI RF; GREENBERG CS; HARKER LA; WHISNANT JP; FINCHAM RW; KISKER TC; WALLACE RB; DAY HJ; DETRE KM; GROTTA JC; HALEY EC; LONGSTRETH WT; MARLER JR
      ENSURING RELIABILITY OF OUTCOME MEASURES IN MULTICENTER CLINICAL-TRIALS OF TREATMENTS FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - THE PROGRAM DEVELOPED FORTHE TRIAL OF ORG-10172 IN ACUTE STROKE TREATMENT (TOAST)

      Stroke
    87. LONGSTRETH WT; BOND N
      ENVIRONMENTAL-TEMPERATURE AND THE RISK OF SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

      Stroke
    88. LONGSTRETH WT; GRADY MS; SCHMER G
      NEEDLE ASPIRATION OF AN INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE COMPLICATING THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY FOR MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Stroke
    89. VANDENEEDEN SK; KOEPSELL TD; LONGSTRETH WT; VANBELLE G; DALING JR; MCKNIGHT B
      ASPARTAME INGESTION AND HEADACHES - A RANDOMIZED CROSSOVER TRIAL

      Neurology
    90. LONGSTRETH WT; FRANKLIN GM
      INTERFERON-BETA TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Neurology
    91. LONGSTRETH WT
      SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE - REPLY

      Neurology
    92. LONGSTRETH WT
      GLUCOSE LEVEL AND OUTCOME AFTER SAH

      Journal of neurosurgery
    93. SELKER HP; BESHANSKY JR; SCHMID CH; GRIFFITH JL; LONGSTRETH WT; OCONNOR CM; CAPLAN LR; MASSEY EW; DAGOSTINO RB; LAKS MM; LEE KL; MAYNARD C; WAGNER GS; WEAVER WD; CALIFF RM
      PRESENTING PULSE PRESSURE PREDICTS THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY-RELATED INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE - THROMBOLYTIC PREDICTIVE INSTRUMENT (TPI) PROJECT RESULTS

      Circulation
    94. LONGSTRETH WT; NELSON LM; KOEPSELL TD; VANBELLE G
      SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE AND HORMONAL FACTORS IN WOMEN - A POPULATION-BASED CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      Annals of internal medicine
    95. KENT DL; LONGSTRETH WT; HAYNOR DR
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF THE BRAIN AND SPINE - REPLY

      Annals of internal medicine
    96. KENT DL; HAYNOR DR; LONGSTRETH WT; LARSON EB
      CLINICAL EFFICACY OF MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING IN NEUROIMAGING

      Annals of internal medicine
    97. KENT DL; HAYNOR DR; LONGSTRETH WT; LARSON EB
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF THE BRAIN AND SPINE - A REVISED STATEMENT

      Annals of internal medicine
    98. GRAF WD; SUMI SM; COPASS MK; OJEMANN LM; LONGSTRETH WT; SHANSKE S; LOMBES A; DIMAURO S
      PHENOTYPIC HETEROGENEITY IN FAMILIES WITH THE MYOCLONIC EPILEPSY AND RAGGED-RED FIBER DISEASE POINT MUTATION IN MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA

      Annals of neurology
    99. LEWIS DH; LONGSTRETH WT; WILKUS R; COPASS M
      HYPEREMIC RECEPTIVE APHASIA ON NEUROSPECT

      Clinical nuclear medicine
    100. LONGSTRETH WT; NELSON LM
      SMOKING CESSATION AND RISK OF STROKE IN WOMEN

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association


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