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for the detection of mild cognitive disorder in subjects aged 50 years or older, taking from the literature diagnostic elements with the highest level of diagnostic accuracy for this population, which contribute to a greater operative performance of the tool.
Several pharmacological agents such as cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine were tried in the treatment of cognitive disorder in MS but the results have not been satisfactory (22,23,24).
Cognitive disorders occurring with language disorders include some children with mental retardation, most children with autism, and some children with learning disabilities (Tanner, 2003).
Methods: We compared ADC values and FA values calculated from DTI of the anterior and posterior corpus callosum in four patients (mean [+ or -] SD: 24.0 [+ or -] 4.5 years) with DAI and cognitive disorders with those of 10 normal control subjects (23.3 [+ or -] 1.3 years).
Mind-blindness is a cognitive disorder that renders a person unable to read social cues or generally empathize with other individuals making common interaction very awkward.
BALTIMORE -- Sleep disturbances are common in assisted-living facilities and may be linked to a variety of cognitive disorders Patrick J.
39%) and significantly more likely to maintain a diagnosed cognitive disorder over the 4-year follow-up period (58% vs.
International contributors discuss current issues in the field (e.g., whether CAPD should be considered an auditory deficit or a general developmental or cognitive disorder) in conceptual, historical, clinical, legal, educational, and computer-assisted training contexts.
In participants with insomnia only, 45% had no dementia, 43% had Alzheimer's disease, 4% had vascular disease, and 9% had cognitive disorder not otherwise specified (NOS).
Compared with the ADHD group, the patients with mania had significantly more comorbid diagnoses of psychosis, posttraumatic stress disorder, and conduct disorder, but fewer diagnoses of cognitive disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.
A mental retardation diagnosis was 4.7 times more likely among defendants with an Axis I cognitive disorder than in subjects with any other diagnosis, Dr.

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