This study concerns an analysis of outpatients seen at a Regional Clinic for Extrapyramidal and Cerebellar Disorders during the period 1974-1984. The main findings to emerge from this study are: 1) a predominance of males; 2) peak attendance figures correlated with precise factors; 3) the geographic origin of patients reflected the distance from the Regional Clinic and the relationship between local physicians and physicians at the Regional Clinic. Lastly, this epidemiological study has led to improvements in specific protocols for the management of the long-term outpatient, and to an increase in the number of patients attending the Center.

An ambulatory regional center for extrapyramidal and cerebellar disorders. 10 years' experience in Campania.

DE MICHELE, GIUSEPPE;FILLA, ALESSANDRO
1990

Abstract

This study concerns an analysis of outpatients seen at a Regional Clinic for Extrapyramidal and Cerebellar Disorders during the period 1974-1984. The main findings to emerge from this study are: 1) a predominance of males; 2) peak attendance figures correlated with precise factors; 3) the geographic origin of patients reflected the distance from the Regional Clinic and the relationship between local physicians and physicians at the Regional Clinic. Lastly, this epidemiological study has led to improvements in specific protocols for the management of the long-term outpatient, and to an increase in the number of patients attending the Center.
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