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(Psychiatry AND Tardive dyskinesia)
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  • Psychotic relapse and associated factors among patients attending health services in Southwest Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Psychiatry 2016 Oct 20; 16(1):354
  • Fikreyesus M, Soboka M, Feyissa GT
  • CONCLUSIONS: The high prevalence of relapse among patients with psychotic disorder needs special attention. Clinicians need to pay attention to medication side effects the patient faces. Intervening noncompliance to medication and appropriately managing medication side effects may help in preventing psychotic relapse that may result because of non-compliance. The provision of counseling, psycho education, psycho social support may help patients in improving compliance to medication and reducing psychotic relapse. Developing and strengthening community based rehabilitation services should be emphasized as part of mental healthcare services.
  • Tensor and non-tensor tractography for the assessment of the corticospinal tract of children with motor disorders: a comparative study. [Journal Article]
  • NNeuroradiology 2016; 58(10):1005-1016
  • Stefanou MI, Lumsden DE, … Charles-Edwards G
  • CONCLUSIONS: With an increasing interest in the applications of tractography analysis at all stages of movement disorder surgery, it is important that clinicians remain alert to the consequences of choice of tractography algorithm on subsequently generated tracts, including differences in volumes, anatomical reconstruction, and DTI metrics, the latter of which will have global as well as more regional effects. Tract-wide analysis of DTI based metrics is of limited utility, and a more segmental approach to analysis may be appropriate, particularly if disruption to a focal region of a white matter pathway is anticipated.
  • Clinical and demographic characteristics related to onset site and spread of cervical dystonia. [Journal Article]
  • MDMov Disord 2016 Oct 18
  • Norris SA, Jinnah HA, … Perlmutter JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Subgroups had modest but significant differences in the clinical characteristics that may represent different clinical entities or pathophysiologic subtypes. These findings are critical for design and implementation of studies to describe, treat, or modify disease progression in idiopathic isolated cervical dystonia. © 2016 International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society.
  • PTRHD1 (C2orf79) mutations lead to autosomal-recessive intellectual disability and parkinsonism. [Journal Article]
  • MDMov Disord 2016 Oct 18
  • Khodadadi H, Azcona LJ, … Paisán-Ruiz C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Given the role of 2p23 locus in patients with intellectual disability and the previously reported PTRHD1 mutation (c.155G>A) in patients with parkinsonism and cognitive dysfunction, we concluded that the PTRHD1 mutation identified in this study is likely to be responsible for the phenotypic features of the family under consideration. © 2016 International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society.
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