premorbid

premorbid

 [pre-mor´bid]
occurring before the development of disease.

pre·mor·bid

(prē-mōr'bid),
Preceding the occurrence of disease.
[pre- + L. morbidus, ill, fr. morbus, disease]

pre·mor·bid

(prē-mōr'bid)
Preceding the occurrence of disease.
[pre- + L. morbidus, ill, fr. morbus, disease]

pre·mor·bid

(prē-mōr'bid)
Preceding occurrence of disease.
[pre- + L. morbidus, ill, fr. morbus, disease]
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BE 291/17) and institutional permission, a process of data verification was conducted after which data were extracted in the following fields: admission date, patient age, patient sex, race, referring hospital, referring discipline, primary diagnosis (medical, surgical or obstetrics and gynaecology), source of sepsis, premorbid functional status, HIV status, comorbidities, outcome of the consult, reasons for refusal, outcomes of patients refused, outcomes of accepted consults, reasons for withdrawals, and readmissions.
Fraser, from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and colleagues examined the association of long-term cognitive recovery in 109 adults (71 percent male) experiencing complicated mild-to-severe TBI with age, premorbid intelligence (IQ), and injury severity measured by posttraumatic amnesia (PTA) duration.
In addition, premorbid cannabis use has been associated with more symptoms and worse functioning in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders (Ringen et al., 2016).
His mood state improved, significantly and he started to give emotional reactions as his premorbid state.
aACoeWe carefully selected the best studies carried out since 1993 and included only the methodologically sound ones to rule out important confounding factors, such us premorbid depression,aACA[yen] he said, adding, aACoeOur findings about depression and suicidality are very relevant for clinical practice and public health.
He was independent with activities of daily living with a premorbid modified Rankin Scale (mRS) of 1.
In addition, heterogeneity is encountered in such variables as age of onset, minor physical anomalies, soft neurologic signs, naturally occurring movement disorders, premorbid functioning, family history, general medical comorbidities, psychiatry comorbidities, structural brain abnormalities on neuro-imaging, neurophysiological deviations (pre-pulse inhibition, p50, p300, N100, mismatch negativity, smooth pursuit eye movements), pituitary volume, rapidity and extent of response to antipsychotics, type and frequency of adverse effects, and functional disability or restoration of vocational functioning.
Premorbid adjustment (PMA) is defined as a combination of peer and social relationships, school adaptation, job functioning, and satisfactory opposite sex relationship prior to the development of schizophrenia.
Evidence for prenatal and premorbid immune risk factors for the development of schizophrenia in the offspring is highlighted (6,7).
To be exact, we used the Vocabulary Subtest to estimate the premorbid cognitive functioning and the Digit Subtest to estimate work memory with two tasks applied independently: Digits in direct order and Digits in inverse order.
Being young, white, unmarried, male, with a previous history of substance abuse and suicidal attempts, a state of high premorbid function and post-psychotic depression make a person more susceptible to committing suicide compared to others.
It is not clear whether that decline is due to the pathological process of schizophrenia or an existent low premorbid IQ.