Cognitive impairment in individuals with major depressive disorder should be treated as a primary problem.
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Researchers suggest that improvement in cognitive function should be a goal for major depressive disorder because their data showed little improvement in the cognitive abilities of patients with major depression after treatment with psychological interventions.
While the relationship between current mood state and cognitive impairment is unclear, more severe depression has been linked to greater impairment.
Investigators posit that wearable devices will help psychiatrists to target mood and cognitive interventions.
Patients who experienced only one episode of major depression did not show any signs of hippocampal volume reduction
Results indicate that patients with AUD show significant impairments in social problem resolution task.
Rates of HIV-associated dementia have decreased from approximately 50% in the pre-cART era to 2% currently. However, roughly 50% of patients treated with cART have the milder forms of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND).
In a case-control study, researchers assessed the potential link between late-onset depression and the risk of developing major cognitive disorder.
Handgrip strength was significantly associated with improved visual memory reaction time, prospective memory, and reasoning in patients with bipolar disorder.
Sleep abnormalities and cognition in bipolar disorder may be related, and may affect cognition in this patient population.
Study researchers investigated the optimal sleep strategies for cognition and their underlying mechanisms.
As people living with HIV begin to age, their risk of developing HIV-associated cognitive decline increases. A specific training program to help patients with HIV with speed of processing (SOP) may help stall those effects.
Cerebral MRI data suggest that neurological symptoms and cognitive impairment may be common among patients with an acute TTP event.
Older patients who develop delirium after surgery are more likely to show signs of cognitive dysfunction one month later.
Investigators conducted a prospective, observational cohort study to evaluate the relationship between neuropathic pain and cognitive performance in individuals with HIV.
Clinicians should know that chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment, chemobrain, chemofog, or whatever you want to call it is a real phenomenon.
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