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    27 November 2020Vestibular rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial and cost-effectiveness analysis comparing customised with booklet based vestibular rehabilitation for vestibulopathy and a 12 month observational cohort study of the symptom reduction and recurrence rate following treatment for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo  Marsden, J; Pavlou, M; Dennett, R; et al.
    1 May 2017Violent injury predicts poor psychological outcomes after traumatic injury in a hard-to-reach population: an observational cohort study  Rahtz, E; Bhui, K; Smuk, M; et al.
    1 October 2017Visibility, resilience, vulnerability in young migrants.  Bradby, H; Liabo, K; Ingold, A; et al.
    29 June 2017Visual complexity accentuates picture description deficit in amnesia  Dewar, M; Neroni, M; Beschin, N; et al.
    30 July 2018Visualisation of the service use for individual clients with a Personality Disorder at Devon Partnership Trust to support clinical decision making  Pearn, K; Manzi, S; Winterton, L
    16 October 2017Vitamin D and cognitive function: A Mendelian randomisation study  Maddock, J; Zhou, A; Cavadino, A; et al.
    28 December 2020Vitamin D and COVID-19 in older age: evidence versus expectations  Clark, CE; Masoli, J; Warren, FC; et al.
    18 September 2020Vitamin D and Delirium in Older Adults: A Case-Control Study in Geriatric Acute Care Unit  Chouët, J; Sacco, G; Karras, SN; et al.
    21 January 2016Vitamin D and Memory Decline: Two Population-Based Prospective Studies  Kuźma, Elżbieta; Soni, Maya; Littlejohns, Thomas J.; et al.
    11 May 2016Vitamin D and Risk of Neuroimaging Abnormalities.  Littlejohns, TJ; Kos, K; Henley, WE; et al.
    2 September 2014Vitamin D and the risk of dementia and Alzheimer disease  Littlejohns, Thomas J.; Henley, William E.; Lang, IA; et al.
    18 April 2017Vitamin E for Alzheimer’s dementia and mild cognitive impairment (Review)  Farina, N; Llewellyn, DJ; Isaac, MGEKN; et al.