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noun adulescentia, immaturity, juvenility, minority, nonage, puberty, pubescence, puerility, youth
See also: nonage

ADOLESCENCE, persons. That age which follows puberty and precedes the age of majority; it commences for males at fourteen, and for females at twelve years completed, and continues till twenty-one years complete.

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USA], Nov 2 ( ANI ): A new study has linked marijuana use with cognitive dysfunction in people with HIV infection who have an alcohol or other drug use disorder.
Furthermore, we explored the relationship between the cognitive dysfunction in patients with schizophrenia and their biological parents.
Conclusion: In this study, two third of SLE patients had Cognitive dysfunction.
In its online checklist of signs canine cognitive dysfunction, the ASPCA says that while some dogs become less interested in petting and greeting people, others need constant contact.
We are trying to recognize cognitive dysfunction earlier and more often rather than accepting changes as 'just being old,'" says Brian Glenn Collins, DVM, Section Chief of the Community Practice Service at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Postoperative cognitive dysfunction is a term used to describe a syndrome characterized by consciousness, attention, perception, thinking, memory, behaviour and emotional disturbances that manifest after surgery.
Ejaz Ahmad Vohra in his remarks commended the speaker for a clear message to recognize cognitive dysfunction in depression which needs to be treated effectively.
FDA Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee (PDAC) voted 8 to 2 that Takeda and Lundbeck presented substantial evidence to support a claim of effectiveness for Brintellix in treating certain aspects of cognitive dysfunction in adults with MDD.
3 supported vortioxetine for the treatment of cognitive dysfunction associated with major depressive disorder.
An advisory panel of the Food and Drug Administration has supported vortioxetine for the treatment of cognitive dysfunction associated with major depressive disorder.
nonreversible dementia, advances in treatment, and imaging of deep brain stimulation; and imaging of Alzheimer's disease, non-Alzheimer's cortical dementia, dementia with extrapyramidal syndromes, vascular dementia, infection and inflammatory conditions associated with dementia, normal pressure hydrocephalus, tumor-related cognitive dysfunction, trauma, endocrine and toxin-related dementia, inborn errors of metabolism, cerebellar degeneration and dysfunction, and motor neuron disorders.
A common and clinically important complication of surgery is postoperative cognitive dysfunction, or POCD.

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