This study compared the baseline clinical characteristics and therapeutic outcomes of outpatients with multimodal or unimodal (auditory) hallucinations.
The researchers conducted genome-wide association studies of PTSD in military veterans to explore the genetic association with the common comorbidities of depression and anxiety.
Individuals diagnosed with a stress-related disorder may warrant increased surveillance of their kidney function, according to study investigators.
This study examines the extent that PTSD is associated with impaired educational performance over and above psychiatric comorbidity, familial factors, and general cognitive ability.
Some patients fitted with these devices may require particular clinical guidance.
Research links an increase in social stressors, such as anxiety and depression, with elevations in intraocular pressure.
Researchers tested for continuous measures of trauma-related dissociation using the Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation. Connectivity estimates were derived with a novel machine learning technique using individually defined homologous functional regions for each participant.
Suicide mortality risk was assessed through data obtained from the US Veterans Affairs/Department of Defense Mortality Data Repository.
Posttraumatic stress disorder is a professional concern for nurses, although the prevalence rates vary across studies.
The prevalence of acute posttraumatic stress symptoms in the study population was 4.6%, ranging from 4.4% in healthcare workers to 518.4% in the high-risk general population.