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More than half of patients with bipolar disorder (BD) experience anxiety, which is associated with impaired functioning. In patients with BD, the present study aimed (1) to validate daily patient-reported symptoms of anxiety measured using smartphones against clinically rated symptoms of anxiety, (2) to estimate the prevalence of anxiety symptoms, and (3) to investigate the associations between patient-reported anxiety symptoms and stress, quality of life and functioning.
Frontal alpha asymmetry (FAA) has been widely investigated in depressive disorders (DDs) with contradictory and not conclusive results. The main aim of the current study was to explore the association between a new neurophysiological index, the so-called frontal alpha connectivity asymmetry index (FACA-I), and depressive symptoms.
Late Life Bipolar Disorder (LLBD) is associated with a high prevalence of cognitive impairments, but few studies have examined their risk factors and clinical correlates METHODS: Participants with bipolar disorder older than 60 (n = 86) were recruited from psychiatric outpatient and inpatients units. Patients were assessed with various instruments, including the Clinical Dementia Rating scale, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment and the Cumulative Illness Rating Scale. The distribution of disorder-specifi...
Emotional dysregulation (ED) is a trans-nosographical condition characterized by mood instability, severe irritability, aggression, temper outburst, and hyper-arousal. Pathophysiology of emotional dysregulation and its potential biomarkers are an emerging field of interest. A Child Behaviour Checklist (CBCL) profile, defined as Dysregulation Profile (DP), has been correlated to ED in youth. We examined the association between the CBCL-DP and indices of sympathetic arousal in children with Oppositional Defia...
While some regard an association between motor neuron disease (MND) and malignancy as co-incidental, others have argued that it could represent a distinct clinical entity. The present study undertook in depth phenotyping along with assessment of cortical function to further explore disease pathophysiology in MND with malignancy (MND-M) patients.
To examine the association between moral distress in ICU personnel, and medication errors and adverse events, and other adverse events.
An important factor in the development of vascular wall lesions is the degradation of the major protein of connective tissue - type IV collagen. Type IV collagen peptides (CIVDP) derived from this degradation are present in the circulation and are a stimulus for production of anti-collagen type IV antibodies (ACIVAbs) IgM, IgG and IgA. The aim of this study was to find a possible association between ACIVAbs, lipid indices and the development of microvascular complications.
Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of irreversible vision loss in individuals over 55 years of age worldwide. Conventionally, it is divided into two subtypes - dry (non-neovascular) and wet (neovascular) form. Neovascular age-related macular degeneration comprises only 10-15% of all patients but is responsible for more than 80% of blindness related to the disease. It requires early diagnosis and timely treatment. Fluorescein angiography is the current 'gold standard' for diagnosing neovascu...
Parkinson's disease (PD) is the second most common neurode-generative disease, usually detected by its motor symptoms. The non-motor symptoms, including cognitive deficits, have been of great interest to researchers in the last few decades.
It is essential in clinical management to determine the disease activity in ulcerative colitis (UC) patients. At present, the most accurate way of evaluating the UC severity is endoscopy with biopsy. Fecal calprotectin (FCP) is a non-invasive biomarker that is frequently used for monitoring of intestinal inflammation.
Exercise-induced desaturation is a common finding in patients with moderate and severe COPD. It is an important marker in the course of disease that has a prognostic value for mortality risk.
Pharmacoeconomics (PE) treats the problems of pharmacotherapy policy, drug marketing and reimbursement and clinical trials. It guides policy makers for effective health resources utilization and determines the profitability of the new drugs on the basis of their price, efficacy and benefits for society. Types of health costs and pharmacoeconomic analyses: In the current review the main types of health costs are discussed. The main PE analyses with their advantages and disadvantages are presented. Pharmacoec...
Objective Different studies have reported contradictory results regarding the relationship between iron deficiency anemia (IDA) and febrile seizure (FS). The present study was conducted to determine the effect of IDA on FS in children. Patients and methods This case-control study was conducted among 52 children with FS (the case group) and 18 children with afebrile seizures and 51 children with fever without seizures in the age range of 6 months to 5 years admitted to the pediatric ward of Imam Khomeini Hos...
Functional coupling and comparative genomics analysis have been applied to study functional associations of orthologs of enterococcal cAD1 sex pheromone (P13268) known to be responsible for biofilm formation, conjugative plasmid transfer and spreading of bacterial antibiotics resistance. cAD1 peptide pheromone is released from the membrane lipoprotein with the peptide precursor encoded by a gene cad (tr|C2JQE7). Our analysis of genomic neighbourhood of cad and motifs of the encoded polypeptide and its ortho...
Background Type I pseudohypoaldosteronism (PHA1) is a rare condition characterised by profound salt wasting, hyperkalaemia and metabolic acidosis due to renal tubular resistance to aldosterone (PHA1a) or defective sodium epithelial channels (PHA1b or systemic PHA). Our aim was to review the clinical presentation related to the genotype in patients with PHA1. Methods A questionnaire-based cross-sectional survey was undertaken through the British Society of Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (BSPED) examin...
Background Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) can be seen in adolescents secondary to genetic or autoimmune conditions, or gonadotoxic therapies. Often times, its underlying cause is not identified. It is a rare condition in pediatrics, but a thorough evaluation is required for a timely diagnosis and optimizing outcomes. Objectives We aim to describe the clinical phenotype of idiopathic POI in an adolescent population seen in a referral center, and evaluate its diagnostic approach. Methods All patients eva...
Hazelnut-specific IgE antibodies (sIgE) in serum support the diagnosis of hazelnut allergy, but extract-based tests have low diagnostic specificity, commonly leading to over-diagnosis. Measuring sensitization to individual allergen components may enhance the diagnosis of hazelnut allergy. We systematically examined data on diagnostic accuracy of sIgE to commercially available hazelnut components to compare their individual contributions in diagnosing hazelnut allergy.
Repeated and independent emergence of trait divergence that matches habitat differences is a sign of parallel evolution by natural selection. Yet, the molecular underpinnings that are targeted by adaptive evolution often remain elusive. We investigate this question by combining genome-wide analyses of copy number variants (CNVs), single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), and gene expression across four pairs of lake and river populations of the three-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). We tested whet...
Assessment of frostbite injury typically relies on computed tomography, angiography, or nuclear medicine studies to detect perfusion deficits prior to thrombolytic therapy. The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential of a novel imaging method, microangiography, in the assessment of severe frostbite injury.
We examined the association between annual mammographic density change (MDC) and breast cancer (BC) risk, and how annual MDC influences the association between baseline mammographic density (MD) and BC risk.
The purpose of this project was to evaluate the relationships between nutrition, physical activity levels, severity of illness, and survival in critically ill burn patients. We conducted a retrospective evaluation of consecutively admitted adult patients who had an intensive care unit stay ≥8 days after ≥20% total body surface area burns. Linear regression was used to assess the association between severity of illness (sequential organ failure assessment scores) and physical activity levels as well as b...
People with complex needs account for a disproportionate amount of Medicare spending, partially because of fragmented care delivered across multiple practitioners and settings. Accountable care organization (ACO) contracts give practitioners incentives to improve care coordination to the extent that coordination initiatives reduce total spending or improve quality.
Social relationships are important determinants of well-being, health, and quality of life. There are conflicting findings regarding the association between preterm birth or low birth weight and experiences of social relationships in adulthood.
Prenatal opioid exposure (POE) is one of the fastest-growing global health problems, but its association with long-term neurologic and physical development remains unknown.
Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy (LGMD) consists of over 30 genetic conditions with varying clinical phenotypes primarily affecting pelvic girdle, shoulder girdle, and other proximal limb muscles. Studies focusing on the physical, mental, and social effects of this disease from the patient's perspective are limited.