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  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Kumar Anil A Great Plains Health Sharma Sandeep S Baptist Regional Medical Center
  • A seizure is a symptom that refers to episodic, excessive and disorderly neuronal activity in the brain. Traditionally seizures have been classified into partial and generalized. Partial seizure refe...
  • Cognitive Features of High-functioning Adults with Autism and Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders. [Journal Article]
  • TPTurk Psikiyatri Derg 2018; 29(1):1-10
  • Mançe Çalışır Ö, Atbaşoğlu EC, … Ölmez Ş
  • CONCLUSIONS: Comprehension abilities of educated adults with HFA could be higher than average in situations that do not involve social interaction. Tendency to perseveration in the presence of adequate concept formation ability may reflect the clinical symptoms of rigidity and repetitive behavior. In patients with higher levels of functioning and education, their diagnosis appears to be weakly associated with cognitive functioning. The potential roles of other variables, such as environmental factors, during development deserve further exploration in future studies.
  • Natural history and clinical characteristics of 50 patients with Wolfram syndrome. [Journal Article]
  • EEndocrine 2018 May 04
  • Bueno GE, Ruiz-Castañeda D, … Alascio PC
  • CONCLUSIONS: The early presence of a non-autoimmune insulin dependent DM, should alert us of an "infrequent" diabetes syndrome. Wolfram's presumptive diagnosis could be established if juvenile-onset DM occurs concomitantly with OA, and this visual impairment is not attributable to diabetic retinopathy. Despite the long period of evolution of DM and altered values of HbA1c, the prevalence of microvascular complications in the sample are low.
  • A mania-related memory bias is associated with risk for relapse in bipolar disorder. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2018 Aug 01; 235:557-564
  • Meyer TD, Hautzinger M, Bauer IE
  • CONCLUSIONS: A mania-related memory bias emerged as a predictor of mania recurrence, specifically in an unstructured setting such as ST. Perhaps mania-related schemata are more salient or more easily activated in those at high risk for recurrence. Interventions targeting patients' insight into their internal states as potential indicators of prodromal manic symptoms could be the key to improve the outcome of psychological interventions in BD. Additional research in the role of cognitive factors in relapse prevention is warranted.
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