In a randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial, researchers measured whether methylphenidate, a catecholaminergic compound, compared with placebo decreases the severity of apathy in individuals with Alzheimer disease.
Investigators assessed the effect of micronutrients in the form of vitamin and mineral supplementation in pediatric patients with attention-deficient/hyperactivity disorder.
A team of investigators sought to assess the impact of patients’ symptoms of tardive dyskinesia on the individuals caring for them.
Investigators participating in the TeleSCOPE study deployed a survey to evaluate the management of drug-induced movement disorders via telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Investigators used data from the Enroll-HD registry to assess patterns of treatment for chorea in patients with Huntington disease.
A researcher from Austin Regional Clinic in Texas retrospectively assessed treatment outcomes among pediatric patients with ADHD.
Researchers conducted Permanent Product Measure of Performance assessments at screening or baseline in adults aged 18 to 60 years with ADHD.
Vanderbilt Parent Rating Scale scores were used to assess the care of pediatric patients with ADHD.
Researchers analyzed gestational exposure to antipsychotics and risk of preterm birth, neurodevelopmental disorders, and being small for gestational age.
Although ADHD symptoms may fluctuate over a patient’s life, symptoms often persist into adulthood.