Comorbid disease types appear to elevate dysfunction in the brain.
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Neuroimaging could enable better classification of patients and provide information on affected brain regions.
The most recognized symptom of MS is fatigue, a hard to treat comorbidity that can manifest into other conditions.
The affect of stroke on young adults goes far beyond functional disabilities.
Diagnosis of rapidly progressive dementias is difficult due to broad pathology and underdeveloped diagnostic criteria for clinical settings.
Patients should be counseled on sleep hygiene before considering prescription sleep aides.