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(Psychiatria Danubina[TA])
2,260 results
  • Risk-Taking Behavior in Recovered COVID-19 Patients. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):107-113.Egeli A, Adıgüzel S, … Tekin A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings indicate that recovered patients show higher risk-taking behavior tendencies than healthy controls and this may be the result of overcoming the COVID-19 threat.
  • Risk of a Major Depressive Episode in Asthma and COPD Patients Amidst Colombian SAR-CoV-2 Confinement. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):101-106.Caballero-Domínguez CC, Pedrozo-Pupo JC, Campo-Arias A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The depression risk is associated with a history of depressive disorder and medical comorbidity in patients with AS and COPD. Medical history is the leading risk factor for depression during confinement. It is recommended to carry out studies with many participants and study other variables that may mediate said associations during confinement by SAR-CoV-2 in the Colombian Caribbean.
  • The Correlation between Psychiatric Disorders and COVID-19: A Narrative Review. [Review]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):76-85.He Y, Yu R, Ren J
  • Since December 2019, the havoc caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has increased exponentially in a short period of time. As the COVID-19 pandemic is raging around the world, scientists are trying to reveal its mysteriousness. Although COVID-19 is predominantly a respiratory disease, the most common symptoms are fever, dry cough, and fatigue, but extrapulmon…
  • Exploring Hubris in Physicians: Are There Emotional Correlates? [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):57-59.Giannouli V
  • Are there emotional correlates of hubristic symptomatology in physicians working in state hospitals at intrapersonal and interpersonal levels? 188 physicians completed a series of questionnaires related to emotional aspects and a 5-point Likert scale examining hubris. Their patients responded to a satisfaction question. Results revealed that years of working experience and negative affect correla…
  • Anhedonia in the Psychosis Risk Syndrome: State and Trait Characteristics. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):36-47.Pelizza L, Azzali S, … Raballo A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the UHR group, CAARMS anhedonia showed significant correlations with functioning deterioration, negative symptoms, and comorbid depression (including suicide ideation), while BOL anhedonia with a poorer self-perceived quality of life and specific schizotypal personality traits (i.e. interpersonal deficits and disorganization). Anhedonia is prominent in the psychosis risk syndrome and its severity is indistinguishable from that of FEP patients.
  • Command Voices and Aggression in a Lebanese Sample Patients with Schizophrenia. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):27-35.Salim Z, Haddad C, … Haddad G
  • CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence of CV in patients with schizophrenia that report auditory hallucinations, was high in our sample. The vast majority of violent acts committed by patients was in compliance to CV, with a significantly high rate of the violence committed being directed towards property. Our findings were able to connect positive symptoms to higher probability of compliance to CV.
  • Autoimmune Concept of Schizophrenia: Historical Roots and Current Facets. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub. 2021 Spring; 33(1):3-17.Mayorova MA, Butoma BG, … Shoenfeld Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cases of schizophrenia resulted from autoimmune pathogenesis (including autoimmune encephalitis caused by autoantibodies against various neuronal antigens) are characterized by quite severe cognitive and psychotic symptoms and a less favorable prognosis. This severe course may result from the chronic immune damage of the neuronal receptors such as NMDA, GABA, and others and depend on hyperprolactinemia, induced by antipsychotics, but aggravating autoimmune processes.
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