chronic alcoholism

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16] Chronic alcoholics show impairment is several cognitive domains including memory, abstract ability, motor efficiency, visuospatial integration, and learning [17] In chronic alcoholism, which is associated with impairments in information processing, attention and concentration, memory, and concept formation that lead to progressive difficulty in activities of daily living (ADL) and ultimately leading to disruption of quality of life (QOL).
WE occurs with chronic alcoholism and thiamine deficiency.
Methods: Sixty male and female specimens (42 males and 18 females) who died of chronic alcoholism were selected in this study.
In a desperate bid to cut down on chronic alcoholism - the average Russian drinks 32 pints of pure alcohol a year - beer is now considered booze.
Rental payments and royalties from future mining on the land will fund programs and services for Trust beneficiaries, who include people with mental illness, developmental disabilities, chronic alcoholism and other substance-related disorders, and Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.
An inquest into his death at Prestatyn yesterday, heard that the former builder suffered with chronic alcoholism and depression ever since the suicide of his partner in 2004 became the first of a series of tragedies.
Pharmaceutical intermediates company Aceto Corporation (Nasdaq:ACET) revealed on Thursday that it has introduced its 250 mg and 500 mg strengths of Disulfirm Tablets for the treatment of chronic alcoholism in the market.
These conditions include: series of strokes, side effects from medication, depression, chronic alcoholism, some tumors and infections in the brain, vitamin B12 deficiency, dehydration, and metabolic disorders including hypothyroidism in the elderly.
Finally, most studies on alcohol consumption are related to chronic alcoholism rather than sporadic consumption pattern, which is what this study has addressed.
Statistics released to the Sunday Mercury under the Freedom of Information Act show that 305 children under the age of 16 were treated at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals for chronic alcoholism, alcohol poisoning or mental and behavioural disorders linked to booze between January 2008 and December 2010.

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