behavioral symptom

behavioral symptom

Neurology In Alzheimer's disease, any of the Sx that relate to action or emotion, such as wandering, depression, anxiety, hostility, sleep disturbances. See Alzheimer's disease.
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However, the most common behavioral symptom is apathy, which is seen in about 90% of patients with Alzheimer's disease.
However, the ASD pipeline is limited, and Roche's RG-7314 is the only small molecule therapy currently in trials for social responsiveness-a core behavioral symptom of ASD.
The 10 case studies that are currently available are: Diagnosing mTBI; Assessing the Individual with Persistent Symptoms; Use, Administration and Interpretation of the Military Acute Concussion Evaluation (MACE); Assessing the Individual with Persistent Headaches; Cognitive and Behavioral Symptom Management of mTBI; Management of Hearing and Vision Problems following mTBI; Return to Duty/Activity after mTBI; Assessing and Treating Dizziness and Disequilibrium; Defense Department ICD-9-CM Coding Guidance for Traumatic Brain Injury; Assessing and Managing Fatigue and Sleep Dysfunction.
This behavioral symptom was the most frequent red flag reported in the ACFE report.
Two descriptions were offered for each behavioral symptom.
When the inventory was administered again to 61 of those individuals approximately 18 months later, 42 (69%) had developed at least one mental or behavioral symptom.
This pocket guide provides commentary and explanatory text along with new, comprehensive literature references on such topics as classification of depressive disorders, depression and ischemic heat disease, treatment of behavioral symptoms in dementia, treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder, hoarding, psychotherapies in treatment-resistant depression, suicide in China, the physical health of people with schizophrenics, major mental disorders and homicide, benzodiazepine use and cognitive decline, and the "theory of mind.
1990a, 1990b) with the most common behavioral symptoms being scratching, tremors, and seizures at varying doses of DA.
There's been some research that even in late stages, these drugs can be beneficial (at) slowing the progression of Alzheimer's (and) reducing behavioral symptoms," Clark said.
Together, this information ultimately may help guide pharmaceutical companies to develop drugs that specifically target the underlying causes of autism and not just the behavioral symptoms.
Steroids are often associated with behavioral symptoms, and hypomania or mania is probably the most common syndrome seen (depression and/or psychosis are also possible).
BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS, such as isolation; acting out anger; conflicts with friends, parents, or at school; turning to alcohol or drug abuse.

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