Kamilla Portala

Kamilla Portala
Uppsala University | UU · Department of Neuroscience

M.D., Ph.D.

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The West-Haven Multidimensional Pain Inventory (MPI) can be used to describe behavioural and psychosocial consequences of long-term pain but little is known about how MPI items and MPI subgroups relate to goals that patients find important in rehabilitation. Life satisfaction measured by the LiSat-11 checklist can be defined as an individual's perc...
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Life satisfaction can be defined as a measure of a patient's perception of the difference between his reality and his needs or wants. Here we compare life satisfaction in patients with long-term pain to a reference group sampled from the normal population, and relate the results to pain intensity and to demographic factors. Questionnaires containin...
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Wilson disease (WD) is a recessively inherited copper storage disorder mainly affecting liver and brain. Genotype/phenotype correlations have been report ed but as yet not regarding psychic symptoms. Our aim was to investigate if a correlation might exist between genotype and phenotype concerning psychopathology and/or personality traits in patient...
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To examine general sleep habits and sleep disturbances among patients with treated Wilson's disease (WD), and in comparison with an age- and sex-matched reference group (RG). Twenty-four patients with WD with a mean (+/-s) age of 35.1 +/- 8.7 years and a disease duration of 17.7 +/- 5.1 years were investigated using a standardized sleep questionnai...
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The study aimed to describe the neuropsychological profiles in patients with treated Wilson's disease (WD). The series included 19 symptomatic and 2 asymptomatic patients with a mean age of 35.3 ± 9.2 years. They were tested with the Automated Psychological Test system (APT), a comprehensive computerised neuropsychological test battery. APT compris...
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The aim was to elucidate the personality traits of patients with treated Wilsons disease (WD) in comparison to healthy volunteers. Twenty-five WD patients, ten females and 15 males, with a mean age of 35.2 +/- 8.3 years completed the Karolinska Scales of Personality (KSP), a self-report inventory comprising 15 separate scales. The results were comp...
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To examine the occurrence and severity of psychopathological symptoms in patients with treated Wilson's disease (WD) and to evaluate the clinical utility of a self-assessment. Twenty-six consecutive patients with confirmed WD were investigated using the Comprehensive Psychopathological Rating Scale (CPRS) and the CPRS Self-rating Scale. The total C...
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Thesis (doctoral)--Uppsala Universitet, 2001.

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