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    October 2017
  1. ZHUO Y, Wu Y, Xu Y, Lu L, et al
    Combined resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging and diffusion tensor imaging study in patients with idiopathic restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:96-103.
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  2. ERMAN M, Emsellem H, Black J, Mori F, et al
    Correlation between the Epworth Sleepiness Scale and the Maintenance of Wakefulness Test in patients with narcolepsy participating in two clinical trials of sodium oxybate.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:92-95.
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  3. KYLE SD, Sexton CE, Feige B, Luik AI, et al
    Sleep and cognitive performance: cross-sectional associations in the UK Biobank.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:85-91.
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  4. BYUN JI, Lee BU, Kim M, Sunwoo JS, et al
    Reduced P300 amplitude during a visuospatial attention task in idiopathic rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:78-84.
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  5. WALTER RJ, Hagedorn SI, Lettieri CJ
    Impact of diagnosing and treating obstructive sleep apnea on healthcare utilization.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:73-77.
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  6. URFER-MAURER N, Weidmann R, Brand S, Holsboer-Trachsler E, et al
    The association of mothers' and fathers' insomnia symptoms with school-aged children's sleep assessed by parent report and in-home sleep-electroencephalography.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:64-70.
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  7. BOURJEILY G, Danilack VA, Bublitz MH, Lipkind H, et al
    Obstructive sleep apnea in pregnancy is associated with adverse maternal outcomes: a national cohort.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:50-57.
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  8. PADULA WV, Phelps CE, Moran D, Earley C, et al
    Allocating provider resources to diagnose and treat restless legs syndrome: a cost-utility analysis.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:44-49.
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  9. TOKIYA M, Kaneita Y, Itani O, Jike M, et al
    Predictors of insomnia onset in adolescents in Japan.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:37-43.
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  10. SILVA C, Peralta AR, Bentes C
    The urge to move and breathe - the impact of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome treatment in patients with previously diagnosed, clinically significant restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:17-20.
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  11. CHEN PJ, Huang CL, Weng SF, Wu MP, et al
    Relapse insomnia increases greater risk of anxiety and depression: evidence from a population-based 4-year cohort study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:122-129.
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  12. MEKKY JF, Elbhrawy SM, Boraey MF, Omar HM, et al
    Sleep architecture in patients with Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:116-121.
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  13. SCRIMA L, Emsellem HA, Becker PM, Ruoff C, et al
    Identifying clinically important difference on the Epworth Sleepiness Scale: results from a narcolepsy clinical trial of JZP-110.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:108-112.
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  14. MARTINS EF, Martinez D, da Silva FABS, Sezera L, et al
    Disrupted day-night pattern of cardiovascular death in obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2017;38:144-150.
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    September 2017
  15. STROTMANN J, Fox H, Bitter T, Schindhelm F, et al
    Predominant obstructive or central sleep apnea in patients with atrial fibrillation: influence of characterizing apneas versus apneas and hypopneas.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:66-71.
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  16. JACKOWSKA M, Poole L
    Sleep problems, short sleep and a combination of both increase the risk of depressive symptoms in older people: a 6-year follow-up investigation from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:60-65.
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  17. SIVERTSEN B, Boe T, Skogen JC, Petrie KJ, et al
    Moving into poverty during childhood is associated with later sleep problems.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:54-59.
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  18. KHIRANI S, Delord V, Olmo Arroyo J, De Sanctis L, et al
    Can the analysis of built-in software of CPAP devices replace polygraphy in children?
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:46-53.
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  19. OTSUKA Y, Kaneita Y, Itani O, Nakagome S, et al
    Relationship between stress coping and sleep disorders among the general Japanese population: a nationwide representative survey.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:38-45.
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  20. LEPPANEN T, Toyras J, Mervaala E, Penzel T, et al
    Severity of individual obstruction events increases with age in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:32-37.
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  21. DIAS M, Goncalves I, Amann B, Marques P, et al
    Utility of new-generation pacemakers in sleep apnea screening.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:27-31.
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  22. YIN X, Gou M, Xu J, Dong B, et al
    Efficacy and safety of acupuncture treatment on primary insomnia: a randomized controlled trial.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:193-200.
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  23. AO KH, Ho CH, Wang CC, Wang JJ, et al
    The increased risk of stroke in early insomnia following traumatic brain injury: a population-based cohort study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:187-192.
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  24. WAXMONSKY JG, Mayes SD, Calhoun SL, Fernandez-Mendoza J, et al
    The association between Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder symptoms and sleep problems in children with and without ADHD.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:180-186.
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  25. WANG X, Gao X, Yang Q, Wang X, et al
    Sleep disorders and allergic diseases in Chinese toddlers.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:174-179.
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  26. VIIGIMAE M, Karai D, Pilt K, Pirn P, et al
    QT interval variability index and QT interval duration during different sleep stages in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:160-167.
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  27. WALTER LM, Dassanayake DUN, Weichard AJ, Davey MJ, et al
    Back to sleep or not: the effect of the supine position on pediatric OSA: Sleeping position in children with OSA.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:151-159.
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  28. MARIN LF, Carvalho LBC, Prado LBF, Oliveira ASB, et al
    Restless legs syndrome is highly prevalent in patients with post-polio syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:147-150.
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  29. MASON M, Hernandez Sanchez J, Vuylsteke A, Smith I, et al
    Association between severity of untreated sleep apnoea and postoperative complications following major cardiac surgery: a prospective observational cohort study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:141-146.
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  30. BOULOS MI, Wan A, Black SE, Lim AS, et al
    Restless legs syndrome after high-risk TIA and minor stroke: association with reduced quality of life.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:135-140.
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  31. HOLMES TH, Kushida CA
    Adherence to continuous positive airway pressure improves attention/psychomotor function and sleepiness: a bias-reduction method with further assessment of APPLES.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:130-134.
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  32. STEHLING F, Keull J, Olivier M, Grosse-Onnebrink J, et al
    Validation of the screening tool ApneaLink((R)) in comparison to polysomnography for the diagnosis of sleep-disordered breathing in children and adolescents.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:13-18.
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  33. KAPELLA MC, Vispute S, Zhu B, Herdegen JJ, et al
    Actigraphy scoring for sleep outcome measures in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:124-129.
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  34. O'KEEFFE ST
    Summertime blues? A re-examination of the seasonality of web searches for restless legs and leg cramps.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:119-123.
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  35. VERSACE V, Langthaler PB, Sebastianelli L, Golaszewski S, et al
    Cholinergic neurotransmission and olfactory function in obstructive sleep apnea syndrome: a TMS study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:113-118.
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  36. DEL BRUTTO OH, Mera RM, Zambrano M, Castillo PR, et al
    Relationship between obstructive sleep apnea and neuroimaging signatures of cerebral small vessel disease in community-dwelling older adults. The Atahualpa Project.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:10-12.
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  37. ALONSO-ALVAREZ ML, Teran-Santos J, Gonzalez Martinez M, Cordero-Guevara JA, et al
    Metabolic biomarkers in community obese children: effect of obstructive sleep apnea and its treatment.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:1-9.
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  38. BRILL AK, Pichler Hefti J, Geiser T, Ott SR, et al
    The SERVE-HF safety notice in clinical practice - experiences of a tertiary sleep center.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:201-207.
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  39. BUGALHO P, Mendonca M, Barbosa R, Salavisa M, et al
    The influence of sleep disordered breathing in REM sleep behavior disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2017;37:210-215.
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    August 2017
  40. SWIECA J, Hamilton GS, Meaklim H
    The management, privacy and medico-legal issues of electronic CPAP data in Australia and New Zealand: Electronic CPAP data management in Australia and New Zealand.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36 Suppl 1:S48-S55.
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  41. REE M, Junge M, Cunnington D
    Australasian Sleep Association position statement regarding the use of psychological/behavioral treatments in the management of insomnia in adults.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36 Suppl 1:S43-S47.
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  42. BLACK J, Pillar G, Hedner J, Polo O, et al
    Efficacy and safety of almorexant in adult chronic insomnia: a randomized placebo-controlled trial with an active reference.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:86-94.
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  43. SETTE S, Baumgartner E, Ferri R, Bruni O, et al
    Predictors of sleep disturbances in the first year of life: a longitudinal study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:78-85.
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  44. RIMPILA V, Jernman R, Lassila K, Uotila J, et al
    Upper-airway flow limitation and transcutaneous carbon dioxide during sleep in normal pregnancy.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:67-74.
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  45. JENNUM P, Tonnesen P, Ibsen R, Kjellberg J, et al
    Obstructive sleep apnea: effect of comorbidities and positive airway pressure on all-cause mortality.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:62-66.
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  46. AROSEMENA CORONEL M, Sanchez Armijos J, Tettamanti Miranda D, Vasquez Cedeno D, et al
    Excessive daytime somnolence is associated with hypoglycemia in adult Latinos with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:6-9.
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  47. DIDRIKSEN M, Rigas AS, Allen RP, Burchell BJ, et al
    Prevalence of restless legs syndrome and associated factors in an otherwise healthy population: results from the Danish Blood Donor Study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:55-61.
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  48. CHA KS, Choi JW, Jung KY, Kim KH, et al
    Frontal dysfunction in patients with restless legs syndrome performing a visual oddball task: an event-related potential source imaging study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:48-54.
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  49. WANG LU, Wang TY, Bai YM, Hsu JW, et al
    Risk of obstructive sleep apnea among patients with Cushing's syndrome: a nationwide longitudinal study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:44-47.
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  50. CHEN YC, Lin CY, Strong C, Li CY, et al
    Sleep disturbances at the time of a new diagnosis: a comparative study of human immunodeficiency virus patients, cancer patients, and general population controls.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:38-43.
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  51. BECKER SP, Isaacson PA, Servera M, Saez B, et al
    Mother-father agreement and one-year stability of children's sleep functioning.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:29-34.
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  52. JENNUM P, Thorstensen EW, Pickering L, Ibsen R, et al
    Morbidity and mortality of middle-aged and elderly narcoleptics.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:23-28.
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  53. ZHANG Y, Lu J, Wang Z, Zhong Z, et al
    Companion of oral movements with limb movements in patients with sleep bruxism: preliminary findings.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:156-164.
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  54. HEIDBREDER A, Stefani A, Brandauer E, Steiger R, et al
    Gray matter abnormalities of the dorsal posterior cingulate in sleep walking.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:152-155.
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  55. ZHANG Y, Weed JG, Ren R, Tang X, et al
    Prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder and its impact on adherence to continuous positive airway pressure therapy: a meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:125-132.
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  56. NG WL, Orellana L, Shaw JE, Wong E, et al
    The relationship between weight change and daytime sleepiness: the Sleep Heart Health Study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:109-118.
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  57. NEHME J, LaBerge R, Pothos M, Barrowman N, et al
    Predicting the presence of sleep-disordered breathing in children with Down syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:104-108.
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  58. SIA CH, Hong Y, Tan LWL, van Dam RM, et al
    Awareness and knowledge of obstructive sleep apnea among the general population.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:10-17.
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  59. BARKER EC, Puchowicz M, Letterio J, Higgins K, et al
    GHB levels in breast milk of women with narcolepsy with cataplexy treated with sodium oxybate.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:172-177.
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  60. LIN TY, Lin PY, Su TP, Li CT, et al
    Risk of developing obstructive sleep apnea among women with polycystic ovarian syndrome: a nationwide longitudinal follow-up study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;36:165-169.
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    July 2017
  61. DRAKATOS P, Lykouras D, D'Ancona G, Higgins S, et al
    Safety and efficacy of long-term use of sodium oxybate for narcolepsy with cataplexy in routine clinical practice.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:80-84.
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  62. SZENTKIRALYI A, Volzke H, Hoffmann W, Dorr M, et al
    Ankle-brachial index and peripheral artery disease are not related to restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:74-79.
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  63. GUPTA R, Ulfberg J, Allen RP, Goel D, et al
    High prevalence of restless legs syndrome/Willis Ekbom Disease (RLS/WED) among people living at high altitude in the Indian Himalaya.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:7-11.
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  64. MAGEE CA, Robinson L, Keane C
    Sleep quality subtypes predict health-related quality of life in children.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:67-73.
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  65. ALBERS JA, Chand P, Anch AM
    Multifactorial sleep disturbance in Parkinson's disease.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:41-48.
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  66. CHEN PY, Jan YW, Yang CM
    Are the Insomnia Severity Index and Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index valid outcome measures for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia? Inquiry from the perspective of response shifts and longitudinal measurement invariance in their Chinese versions.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:35-40.
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  67. KOO DL, Shin JH, Lim JS, Seong JK, et al
    Changes in subcortical shape and cognitive function in patients with chronic insomnia.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:23-26.
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  68. LINDBERG E, Benediktsdottir B, Franklin KA, Holm M, et al
    Women with symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing are less likely to be diagnosed and treated for sleep apnea than men.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:17-22.
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  69. RUOFF C, Bogan RK, Emsellem H, Feldman N, et al
    Evaluation of the effect of JZP-110 in patients with narcolepsy assessed using the Maintenance of Wakefulness Test censored to 20 minutes.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:12-16.
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  70. MAYER G, Rodenbeck A, Kesper K
    Sodium oxybate treatment in narcolepsy and its effect on muscle tone.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:1-6.
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  71. PEROMAA-HAAVISTO P, Tuomilehto H, Kossi J, Virtanen J, et al
    Obstructive sleep apnea: the effect of bariatric surgery after 12 months. A prospective multicenter trial.
    Sleep Med. 2017;35:85-90.
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    June 2017
  72. LEITE FILHO CA, Silva FFD, Pradella-Hallinan M, Xavier SD, et al
    Auditory behavior and auditory temporal resolution in children with sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:90-95.
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  73. ELSHARKAWI I, Gozal D, Macklin EA, Voelz L, et al
    Urinary biomarkers and obstructive sleep apnea in patients with Down syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:84-89.
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  74. OBERLE D, Pavel J, Mayer G, Geisler P, et al
    Retrospective multicenter matched case-control study on the risk factors for narcolepsy with special focus on vaccinations (including pandemic influenza vaccination) and infections in Germany.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:71-83.
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  75. MATOULEK M, Tuka V, Fialova M, Nevsimalova S, et al
    Cardiovascular fitness in narcolepsy is inversely related to sleepiness and the number of cataplexy episodes.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:7-12.
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  76. AMADDEO A, Medjahdi N, Fernandez-Bolanos M, Khirani S, et al
    Pulse wave amplitude reduction as a surrogate for cortical arousal during sleep hypopnea in children.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:64-70.
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  77. STEUR LMH, Visser EH, Grootenhuis MA, Terwee CB, et al
    Psychometric properties and Dutch norm values of the Children's Sleep Habits Questionnaire in toddlers.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:57-63.
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  78. KUMAR R, Suri JC, Manocha R
    Study of association of severity of sleep disordered breathing and functional outcome in stroke patients.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:50-56.
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  79. CHRISTENSEN JAE, Nikolic M, Hvidtfelt M, Kornum BR, et al
    Sleep spindle density in narcolepsy.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:40-49.
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  80. BURGESS HJ, Park M, Wyatt JK, Rizvydeen M, et al
    Sleep and circadian variability in people with delayed sleep-wake phase disorder versus healthy controls.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:33-39.
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  81. TRAVERSI E, Rossi D, Maestri R, Olmetti F, et al
    The reduction of central sleep apnoea severity in the left lateral position is not due to an improvement in cardiac haemodynamics in patients with chronic heart failure.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:30-32.
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  82. WALLICZEK-DWORSCHAK U, Cassel W, Mittendorf L, Pellegrino R, et al
    Continuous positive air pressure improves orthonasal olfactory function of patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:24-29.
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  83. PERGOLA BL, Moonie S, Pharr J, Bungum T, et al
    Sleep duration associated with cardiovascular conditions among adult Nevadans.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:209-216.
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  84. MORITA Y, Sasai-Sakuma T, Inoue Y
    Effects of acute morning and evening exercise on subjective and objective sleep quality in older individuals with insomnia.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:200-208.
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  85. HILL CM, Bucks RS, Kennedy CR, Harrison D, et al
    Hearing loss mediates executive function impairment in sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:18-23.
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  86. SMITH DL, Gozal D, Hunter SJ, Kheirandish-Gozal L, et al
    Frequency of snoring, rather than apnea-hypopnea index, predicts both cognitive and behavioral problems in young children.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:170-178.
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  87. FEHRM J, Friberg D, Bring J, Browaldh N, et al
    Blood pressure after modified uvulopalatopharyngoplasty: results from the SKUP(3) randomized controlled trial.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:156-161.
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  88. MODERIE C, Van der Maren S, Dumont M
    Circadian phase, dynamics of subjective sleepiness and sensitivity to blue light in young adults complaining of a delayed sleep schedule.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:148-155.
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  89. LIND MJ, Baylor A, Overstreet CM, Hawn SE, et al
    Relationships between potentially traumatic events, sleep disturbances, and symptoms of PTSD and alcohol use disorder in a young adult sample.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:141-147.
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  90. OHSHIMA Y, Nakayama H, Matsuyama N, Hokari S, et al
    Natural course and potential prognostic factors for sleep-disordered breathing in multiple system atrophy.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:13-17.
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  91. LIU Y, Xu X, Dong M, Jia S, et al
    Treatment of insomnia with tricyclic antidepressants: a meta-analysis of polysomnographic randomized controlled trials.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:126-133.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  92. BENOIST L, de Ruiter M, de Lange J, de Vries N, et al
    A randomized, controlled trial of positional therapy versus oral appliance therapy for position-dependent sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:109-117.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  93. GARCIA-BORREGUERO D, Cano I, Granizo JJ
    Treatment of restless legs syndrome with the selective AMPA receptor antagonist perampanel.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:105-108.
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  94. HANSEN MH, Kornum BR, Jennum P
    Sleep-wake stability in narcolepsy patients with normal, low and unmeasurable hypocretin levels.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:1-6.
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  95. ATALLA A, Carlisle TW, Simonds AK, Cowie MR, et al
    Sleepiness and activity in heart failure patients with reduced ejection fraction and central sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:217-223.
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  96. LUIJKS KA, Vandenbussche NL, Pevernagie D, Overeem S, et al
    Adherence to continuous positive airway pressure in adults with an intellectual disability.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:234-239.
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  97. ANITUA E, Duran-Cantolla J, Almeida GZ, Alkhraisat MH, et al
    Minimizing the mandibular advancement in an oral appliance for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2017;34:226-231.
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    May 2017
  98. LISABETH LD, Sanchez BN, Chervin RD, Morgenstern LB, et al
    High prevalence of poststroke sleep-disordered breathing in Mexican Americans.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:97-102.
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  99. KALIL NETO F, Nunes ML
    Evaluation of sleep organization in patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and ADHD as a comorbidity of epilepsy.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:91-96.
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  100. HUX VJ, Roberts JM, Okun ML
    Allostatic load in early pregnancy is associated with poor sleep quality.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:85-90.
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  101. WONG ML, Lau KNT, Espie CA, Luik AI, et al
    Psychometric properties of the Sleep Condition Indicator and Insomnia Severity Index in the evaluation of insomnia disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:76-81.
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  102. FISSER C, Marcinek A, Hetzenecker A, Debl K, et al
    Association of sleep-disordered breathing and disturbed cardiac repolarization in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:61-67.
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  103. KALMBACH DA, Arnedt JT, Swanson LM, Rapier JL, et al
    Reciprocal dynamics between self-rated sleep and symptoms of depression and anxiety in young adult women: a 14-day diary study.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:6-12.
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  104. XU X, Wu H, Zhuang J, Chen K, et al
    Sleep-wake patterns, non-rapid eye movement, and rapid eye movement sleep cycles in teenage narcolepsy.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:47-56.
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  105. SUZUKI Y, Khoury S, El-Khatib H, Chauny JM, et al
    Individuals with pain need more sleep in the early stage of mild traumatic brain injury.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:36-42.
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  106. JANSSEN KC, Phillipson S, O'Connor J, Johns MW, et al
    Validation of the Epworth Sleepiness Scale for Children and Adolescents using Rasch analysis.
    Sleep Med. 2017;33:30-35.
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  107. MCCARTER SJ, St Louis EK, Sandness DJ, Duwell EJ, et al
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