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Amyloid PET changes 25% of dementia diagnoses, decreases patient uncertainty


Health Imaging - Jun 13, 2018
The researchers determined a pre-amyloid and post-amyloid PET diagnosis that existed of both a clinical syndrome (dementia, MCI or SCD) and a suspected etiology (Alzheimer disease [AD] or non-AD), with a confidence level ranging from 0 percent to 100 ...
 

Antidepressants Work for Major Depression! Not so Fast


Medscape - Jun 13, 2018
Maybe the problem is with "MDD"—which is a heterogeneous clinical syndrome that is not valid scientifically as a single diagnosis—rather than with antidepressants. In other words, these drugs do something biologically, but maybe we aren't giving them ...
 

Hoarseness of unclear origin may be a sign of cerebrovascular disease and herald impending recurrent brainstem stroke


CMAJ - May 23, 2018
Hoarseness occurs in fully 55% of patients with lateral medullary syndrome.[2]. When the infarct in the lateral medulla is small, however, the clinical syndrome is often incomplete. It may therefore be difficult for clinicians who are assessing ...
 

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Erythromelalgia - The Syndrome of Red, Hot Feet (and sometimes hands)


Erythromelalgia is the name applied to the clinical syndrome of red, hot extremities. Most often, the feet are involved; less often the hands are also involved; ...
 

2014 FTD Annual Seminar: Mapping behavioural symptoms on to the FTD clinical syndrome


Dr Jennifer Thompson, Neuropsychologist and Research Fellow, Cerebral Function Unit, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust / University of Manchester.