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Rehabilitative practices in the treatment of cognitive disorder in MS patients have recently gained popularity, with positive results being reported from an increasing number of studies (II).
Mind-blindness is a cognitive disorder that renders a person unable to read social cues or generally empathize with other individuals making common interaction very awkward.
Previously, AstraZeneca's rights with regard to these compounds were limited to cognitive disorders and schizophrenia.
25 July 2011 - Finnish drug developer Biotie Therapies Corp (HEL: BTH1V) has initiated a phase I clinical study of SYN120 as a potential treatment for cognitive disorders including Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia, the company said today.
PNPs therefore need basic information about early communication and cognitive disorders, and a reliable screening procedure to identify those infants and toddlers who should be referred for further testing.
But other antihypertensive pills, ACE inhibitors, weren't associated with reduced rates of the cognitive disorder.
15,16) To our knowledge, there are no reports that have evaluated the association between ADC values and FA values or problem of cognitive disorder in patients with chronic DAI.
Of participants with insomnia only, 45% had no dementia, 43% had Alzheimer's disease, 4% had vascular disease, and 9% had cognitive disorder not otherwise specified (NOS).
Another 10% were diagnosed as having primary depression with no cognitive disorder present.
I'd had trouble getting approval for use of the van, primarily because they wanted me to have "more cognitive disorder.
Cognitive disorder is an important condition that can appear in any phase of multiple sclerosis (MS) and can impair quality of life by affecting the social and professional activities of patients (1).
Other patients reported CNS disorders (dizziness, memory impairment, cognitive disorder, or dementia), and psychiatric disorders (agitation, delirium, delusion, or confusional state).
The average annual health expense in 2007 for a senior with a cognitive disorder was $15,549, compared with $9,019 for one without such a diagnosis, according to the report.
Compared with the ADHD group, the patients with mania had significantly more comorbid diagnoses of psychosis, posttraumatic stress disorder, and conduct disorder, but fewer diagnoses of cognitive disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.
7 times more likely among defendants with an Axis I cognitive disorder than in subjects with any other diagnosis, Dr.
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