Ekbom

Ek·bom

(ek'bŏm),
Karl A., 20th-century Swedish neurologist. See: Ekbom syndrome.
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An update on restless legs syndrome (Willis Ekbom disease): clinical features, pathogenesis and treatment.
In 1944 Ekbom gave the first clinical description, although Willis discovered it in 1672.
Ekbom (16) reported phonophobia in 39% of 105 patients.
Baecklund E, Lliadou A, Askling J, Ekbom A, Backlin C, Granath F, et al.
(10.) Ekbom T, Lindholm LH, Lanke J, Nilsson-Ehle P.
Ekbom, "Urinary bladder cancer in Wegener's granulomatosis: risks and relation to cyclophosphamide," Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol.
Ekbom, "Increased risk for cancer following sarcoidosis," American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, vol.
(22.) Sorensen HT, Thulstrup AM, Blomqvist P, Norgaard B, Fonager K, Ekbom A.
[5.] Bergstrom R, Adami HO, Mohner M, Zatonski W, Storm H, Ekbom A, et al.
The initial finding in patients is the daytime dysfunction due to RLS-induced sleep disorders (Ekbom, 1945).