There seems to be no causal association between COVID-19 and Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS).
Study researchers evaluated whether hypertension and prehypertension could predict greater decline in cognitive performance.
The submissions are supported by data from a phase 3 study that evaluated mirabegron in 91 patients aged 3 to 17 years with NDO on clean intermittent catheterization.
Researchers analyzed data from the population of 4 South London boroughs to determine the impact of comorbid bipolar disorder and schizophrenia on the cognitive decline in dementia.
Researchers evaluated strategies for detecting early cognitive decline via visual impairment.
The course of pregnancy and delivery outcomes were not different between women with Charcot-Marie Tooth and the general population, suggesting that the disease may not affect pregnancy.
Cognitive impairment does not affect symptom perception in older adults with asthma.
A history of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy is associated with cognitive impairment 15 years after pregnancy.
Children who live in impoverished neighborhoods tend to have lower cognitive performance and decreased brain volume in several regions.
Study researchers have identified the lowest optimal cutoff values for detecting future cognitive decline and â-amyloid accumulation.