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Christensen et al.  and Inoue-Choi et al.  included both men and women, and the latter included all ages. More importantly, following several unanswered inquiries from us (personal communications), the Inoue-Choi et al. reported coding errors requiring republication of their article as a corrigendum . Both studies adjusted for only sociodemographic variables and survey years, whereas our models adjusted for more comprehensive confounders. More importantly, those studies excluded use of other tobacco products, which eliminates 60% of all current cigar smokers from follow-up . Our approach includes the mortality experience of dual current cigar-cigarette users and current-former users of these two products. Our HRs for current and former cigarette smokers, regardless of their cigar use, were similar to those from previous studies by us  and others [7, 24, 25]. Dual users had significantly elevated mortality risks for all outcomes except cerebrovascular disease. Former cigarette smokers who smoked cigars at the time of the survey had excess mortality for most causes, but the magnitudes were smaller than current cigarette smokers.
Sir Giles Staverley, a compulsive gambler, is tricked into gambling away his home by his old adversary Lord Harry Wrotham. As Staverley is distraught and desperate, Wrotham gives him one last chance - he will gamble everything Staverley has lost against Staverley's daughter's hand in marriage and her trust fund of 80,000 guineas. Staverley agrees and loses once again.
It should be pointed out that there are serious limitations to this study. Most importantly, the study is retrospective and, of the poor-grade patients, only 57% were treated, which may have introduced a very significant bias by treating only those patients who were thought to have a better chance of making a good recovery. Additionally, the difference in the discriminating value between the two scales was quite modest, which may or may not have been a reflection of the relatively small number of patients studied. It should also be noted that the authors are certainly not the first to have suggested that the presence of positive signs of brainstem dysfunction is useful in identifying patients in poor grade initially who are not likely to have a good outcome. Nakagawa et al., for example, suggested that patients with WFNS Grade V who did not have oculomotor palsy recover significantly better than those who had that finding.9 350c69d7ab