subsyndromal

subsyndromal

(sub″sĭn-drō′măl)
1. Subthreshold.
2. Having a cluster of symptoms suggesting a particular disease or condition but that do not meet the defined criteria used to make a diagnosis of that disease or condition.
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She suggested that there is a growing emphasis on not just treating depression at its early stages but also in recognizing the child at risk, identifying subsyndromal symptoms leading toward depression, and preventing children from ever reaching diagnostic criteria.
The remaining 24 patients had significant but subsyndromal psychiatric problems.
Furthermore, patients who seek performance enhancement may present with impairing "subsyndromal" psychiatric symptoms (for example, low-grade attentional difficulty that occurs only in one setting), which, even if they do not rise to the threshold of a DSM diagnosis, may improve with psychiatric medications.
The sample was then divided into four groups; there were 172 children with parents who had a mood disorder but the children did not have CBCL anxiety/depression subsyndromal elevations (high-risk group); 22 children without a parental history of mood disorder but had CBCL anxiety /depression subsyndromal elevations (subsyndromal major depressive disorder); 22 children with a parental history of mood disorder and CBCL anxiety/depression subsyndromal elevations (high-risk and subsyndromal major depressive disorder); and 186 children in a control group with no parental history of mood disorder or CBCL anxiety/depression subsyndromal elevations.
Psychotherapy in two-plusone sessions: Outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of cognitive--behavioral and psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy for subsyndromal depression.
As such, they have lower rates of subsyndromal depression, dysthymia, major depression, and anxiety disorders (Carstensen, Fung, & Charles, 2003; Sims, Hogan, & Carstensen, 2015).
Phenotipe of subsyndromal delirium using pooled multicultural Delirium Rating Scale-Revised-98 data.
The functional impact of subsyndromal depressive symptoms in bipolar disorder: data from STEP-BD.
For a subsyndromal manifestation of MDD, patients had to fulfill cluster A but failed to reach the minimum number of symptoms in cluster B.
Nelson et al., "Cortical atrophy is associated with accelerated cognitive decline in mild cognitive impairment with subsyndromal depression," The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, vol.
Current and emerging indications of light therapy Alzheimer's disease, dementia Attention deficit/Hyperactivity disorder Bipolar depression Borderline personality disorder Chronic Fatigue syndrome Circadian rhythm sleep disorders, Jet-Lag Eating disorders Insomnia Parkinson's disease Perinatal depression Premenstrual dysphoric disorder Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective disorder Seasonal affective disorder Subsyndromal seasonal affective disorder Unipolar depression, Chronic depression, Recurrent depression