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Absolutely, www.aspergers.com for starters. I can grab you more references if you like. I actually HAVE Asperger's and have both clinical depression and OCD along with it so there's that as well.
Here are two specific links:
I don't know how much you know about AS, but the conditions I listed are essentially just very pronounced instances of the main symptoms that make up AS. The OCD is an extension of the love of routine and structure as well as the repetetive motions (especially of the hands). The main article already included talk of how children with AS tend to oppose authority. The Oppositional disorder is an extension of that. Each one of the conditions (depression aside) has a direct corollary with other symptoms. The depression most likely stems from the feeling of detachment us Aspies tend to experienced. But yeah, all of the things I added to the article are 100% verifiable. Two links provided above and I can grab more if you need them.
- Thank you for the information - I have done some prelimenary searching on Pubmed, and I can't find much published material that does any more than spectulate about a causal link or correlation between AS and the conditions you describe. It is not enough that someone with AS also show some features of depression to classify them as "depressed" - all of these are separate conditions in their own right, with their own criteria for diagnosis. It would be inaccurate to keep the article as it is - once I have done some more work, I will modify the additions with a caution that it is not strongly supported by peer-reviewed research. --inksT 19:05, 13 March 2006 (UTC)
- I reworded the section I added to be far more speculative than declarative. I hope it's more to your liking. (FossaFerox 05:09, 16 March 2006 (UTC))
Your bot may need fixing, your edit to it deleted most of the article and it nearly got deleted for pure vandalism. --- Lid 23:00, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
- Whoa! (just checked diffs). I'm not running a bot, but it looks like I should have reverted both those IP edits instead of just the first one. Thanks for pointing that out. Looks like you did the lions share of vandalfighting on that page.--inksT 02:57, 8 June 2006 (UTC)
Just to let you know that while reverting vandalism in the Pythagorean theorem article, you also removed most the article's content, as shown by this diff. You may want to doublecheck if the same thing happened in any other revert you've been performing... Cheers, Schutz 08:38, 8 June 2006 (UTC)
- Oops. Thanks for the pointer :)--inksT 20:20, 8 June 2006 (UTC)
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Cefepime: Ongoing Safety Review
Cefepime (marketed as Maxipime) Update of Ongoing Safety Review.
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Cefepime (marketed as Maxipime) Update of Ongoing Safety Review Audience: Infectious disease healthcare professionals FDA notified healthcare professionals that it has finished its analysis of a possible risk of higher death with cefepime, an antibiotic, following publication of a study that suggested a higher rate of death in patients treated with this drug, as compared to patients treated with similar drugs. FDA reviewed this study data and conducted additional analyses based on additional data, including data submitted by Bristol Meyers Squibb. FDA has determined that the data do not indicate a higher rate of death in cefepime-treated patients. Cefepime remains an appropriate therapy for its approved indications. FDA will continue to review the safety of cefepime. As part of this ongoing review, both FDA and Bristol Meyers Squib are conducting separate analyses of death potentially associated with cefepime, using hospital drug use data. The results of these analyses likely will be reported in approximately one year. Read the complete MedWatch 2009 Safety Summary, including links to the Update of Ongoing Safety Review and previous 2007 and 2008 MedWatch safety alerts, at:
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Nomination of United Airlines Flight 3411 for deletion
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