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Abbreviation for:
Dementia Rating Scale, see there
Delirium Rating Scale
Dental Reference Service 
Diabetic Retinopathy Study
disease-related survival
DNA repair synthesis
Dyskinesia Rating Scale


Abbreviation for designated record set.

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Q. daughter has rash all over body drs dont know what it is. had it since july help me if you know what it might this rash is red looks like she has been scalded. been to 7 drs. itches cant scratch, it is now affecting her thinking. its not shingles. last dr said it was a fungus but meds doesnt help

A. maybe she is allergic to something? is it changing? getting worse/ better? is it painful? itchy? someone else near the baby had it? what kind of fungal meds did they prescribe?

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Patients were evaluated with the Mattis Dementia Rating Scale (DRS) prior to treatment and 6 months after full cobalamin replacement therapy (J.
Mattis Dementia Rating Scale (MDRS) is also a widely used screening instrument for evaluating dementia.
Abbreviations ACE: Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination ADL: Activities of Daily Living AUC: Area under curve CI: Confidence interval DSM-5: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th edition HYS: Hoehn & Yahr Scale LARS: Lille's Apathy Scale MADRS: Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale MDRS: Mattis Dementia Rating Scale MDS: Movement Disorders Society MDS-UPDRS: Movement Disorders Society's Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale MMSE: Mini Mental State Examination MoCA: Montreal Cognitive Assessment NCD: Neurocognitive disorder PD: Parkinson's disease ROC: Receiver Operating Characteristic.
Kulisevsky et al., "Cut-off score of the Mattis Dementia Rating Scale for screening dementia in Parkinson's disease," Movement Disorders, vol.
Fenelon, "The Mini Mental Parkinson brief cognitive test: comparison with the Mattis dementia rating scale in 289 patients with Parkinson's disease," Movement Disorder, vol.