Neurocognitive Disorders Feature Archive
Results from animal studies have been showing that anesthetics may be neurotoxic and could lead to cognitive dysfunction.
HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder is a term used to describe a range of neurocognitive dysfunction issues linked to HIV infection.
Is cogniphobia can be a modifiable factor in the treatment of patients with migraine?
Compared with male athletes, female athletes face a greater incidence of and longer recovery time from concussion.
Evidence indicates that distraction can provide pain relief, highlighting the influence cognitive processes have on pain perception.
Research on monogenic disorders has made vital contributions to all aspects of medical care, including our understanding of pain pathophysiology.
The recovery time varies depending on which class of medication the patient is overusing.
Until more effort is put into preventing injury in the first place, psychiatrists will likely continue to be key players in the game.
Research has shown a confounding link between nicotine and reduced risk of Parkinson's disease.
Over 60% of people with Parkinson's disease will have REM sleep behavior disorder, endangering them and their partners during the night.
Relationship exists between the amount of padding players wore and the number of head impacts during practice.
Pseudobulbar affect, which involves uncontrollable emotional outbursts, has been reported in diseases including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
PD psychosis is underreported and faces treatment challenges, though a new treatment on the horizon may change that.
Prolonged exposure to hyperglycemia can make patients with diabetes more prone to developing dementia or cognitive impairment.
A discussion of the features, treatment and prevention of traumatic brain injuries.
Concussions resulting from contact sports injuries can impact cognition, behavior and mood.
Large-scale research collaboration between various government agencies aims to provide a better understanding of structure and function of the brain.
Accurate identification, assessment and evaluation of concussions will enable clinicians to determine when it is safe for young athletes to return to competition.
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