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The aim of this study was to compare the clinical characteristics and treatment modalities of BD by age at onset at the Dr.
Wan and her associates set out to examine the risk of seasonal allergies and asthma among children with AD with respect to the age of AD onset. They used data from the Pediatric Eczema Elective Registry (PEER), an ongoing, prospective U.S.
In consistent with the previous studies, early onset T2DM in this study was defined as T2DM diagnosed younger than 40 years [3, 6, 9].
Relatively higher expression of these genes was observed in the adipose tissue of goat at the onset of puberty compared to the pre-puberty stage.
Although, we found an association between family history of dependence and age of onset of dependence, we would not be able to draw any causal inferences unless further longitudinal studies are continued.
As shown in [Table 1], among the 1545 patients with T2DM with age at onset <40 years, men and women accounted for 67.8% (1047) and 32.2% (497), respectively, with a higher ratio of men.
[23] We conducted three separate survival analyses using the Kaplan-Meier statistical test in the SPSS statistical package to assess the relationship between the presence of the rs821633(C) risk allele (i.e., individuals with the C/C genotype or the C/T genotype versus individuals with the T/T genotype) and the age of onset of schizophrenia in individuals with early-onset schizophrenia, in individuals with late-onset schizophrenia, and in all individuals with schizophrenia (combining early-onset and late-onset patients).
Of these 339 patients, 312 (92.3%) were early onset AS, 27 (7.9%) were late onset AS.
In this study, our aim was to analyze the correlation between age at menarche and the age of onset of schizophrenia and to investigate the protective effect of estrogens in schizophrenia.
Comment: This is the same effect already documented in girls; pre-pubertal use of alcohol may delay the onset of puberty.
(1) The onsets of the modifiers in data set (1) are all coronals, which is often considered to be a cross-linguistically unmarked place of articulation.
Findings from this cross-sectional survey that suggest the trauma of losing a child could be an etiologic factor in the onset of psychosis are a significantly later age of onset of psychosis among those experiencing the loss of a child, onset within a year of the trauma in many subjects, and the specificity of the association with psychosis compared with the specificity of the association for other psychiatric conditions.