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  • Cycloserine

    Our observation indicates that D-cycloserine may be a therapeutic option for anti-NMDAR encephalitis.[] The extinction effect was observed not in simple recall after the extinction of coupled CS-US, but was observed in the post-re-exposure phase after unexpected re-exposure[] Recall of this information is evaluated in conjunction with performance on standardized tests of memory recall with both emotional and non-emotional stimuli.[] Plasma samples were pretreated by protein precipitation with methanol followed by a 40-fold dilution with methanol-water (50:50, v/v).[] , placebo-controlled study evaluated whether a single dose of 0 or 50mg of d-cycloserine would enhance performance on measures of attention/information processing speed, episodic[] […] from drugs of abuse, including physiological responses, craving, withdrawal, and drug-seeking behavior.[] […] in eliminating regionally-specific early plastic changes after traumatic noise exposure.[] OBJECTIVE: To test the value of 2 potential adjuvants to normal learning processes engaged in constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT): greater distribution of treatment[] Avoidance and fear were measured with Behavior Approach Tests (BATs), where the child was asked to increase proximity to the stimulus while reporting their fear level.[] However, in animal akathisia studies, it was discovered that lurasidone and other 5-HT2a antagonists have an unexpected synergistic effect with D-cycloserine, potentially[]

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  • Streptococcal Infection

    The alpha-hemolytic streptococci are a leading cause of subacute bacterial endocarditis , where as Streptococcus pneumoniae frequently produces acute bacterial endocarditis[] However, these transient movements may be due to the narcolepsy onset.[] Sudden unexpected death during systemic infection should be followed by post-mortem examination to look for evidence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, as this diagnosis has[] […] associated with streptococcal infection has been suggested. [ 5 ] Presentation This is usually dramatic, with the sudden development of psychiatric/behavioural problems such as emotional[] It describes the presence of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or tics with an episodic course, and a temporal relationship to Group A beta haemolytic streptococcal infection[] Therefore, our study demonstrates that KS provides protection in GAS-infected mice by enhancing bacterial clearance, as well as reducing inflammatory responses and organ damage[] […] department: Difficulty breathing Difficulty or inability to swallow food or liquid Unable to open the mouth Unable to swallow saliva, or drooling Severe throat pain Making noises[] One patient showed tremorous movement, and the other choreiform movement.[] On September 24, Mrs Hiscutt took Oliver to their GP fearing he had meningitis, but was again told to give him Calpol.[] Wiggins Fournel still gets emotional when she remembers Caleb asking her to kill him. "'I can't live like this,'" she said he would tell her. He was 5½ years old.[]

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  • Specific Phobia

    Drugs may sometimes be used but under very strict circumstances.[] Subtype groups were compared on age of onset, mode of onset, presence of unexpected panic attacks, and focus of fear.[] Included studies compared negative emotional processing to baseline, neutral, or positive emotion conditions.[] Common precipitants of treatment are living in environments with feared objects like roaches, or the necessity of medical or dental work for physical health.[] In panic disorder, panic attacks often occur at unpredictable times, making it difficult to study these episodes in the laboratory.[] […] in their sustained responses to these stimuli.[] Specific Phobia Specific Phobia Specific Phobia is characterized by an extreme and unreasonable fear of a specific object or situation such as dogs, loud noises, or the dark[] Patients with phobia were more likely to present with exaggerated startle responses and to have an initial misdiagnosis of psychogenic movement disorder.[] The highest mean heritability ( SEM) among fear subtypes was found for animal fear (45% 0.004), and among specific phobias for the blood-injury-injection phobia (33% 0.06)[] Patients had either a phobia of a headache attack during a pain-free state or a phobia of pain worsening during mild headache episodes.[]

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  • Mitral Valve Prolapse

    The proband presented with infective mastoiditis, bacterial endocarditis, and a supraventricular tachycardia.[] BACKGROUND: Certain patients with floppy mitral valve (FMV)/mitral valve prolapse (MVP) may have symptoms that cannot be explained on the severity of mitral valvular regurgitation[] The presented cases suggest that even clinically benign cases of MVPS in young adults might result in sudden unexpected death.[] Scordo's book, Understanding the Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome , you can expect MVP symptoms to become more intense during emotional stress, when you are overtired, after[] A diagnosis of ventricular arrhythmia secondary to structural heart disease further precipitated by hypocalcaemia was made.[] […] number, mean heart rate as well as maximal duration of ventricular tachycardia episodes.[] Electrocardiogram showed the presence of the common-type atrial flutter with 3:1 ventricular responses.[] A doctor might be able to hear this noise when listening to the heart with a stethoscope and discover MVP that way.[] Abstract Mitral valve prolapse (MVP) results from the systolic movement of a portion(s) or segment(s) of the mitral valve leaflet(s) into the left atrium during left ventricular[] What happened after years of thinking like this was that I developed what may be the worst fear of all: The fear of fear.[]

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  • Chronic Pain

    Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center may have found a way to reverse chronic pain.[] We postulate that long-term ketamine use may have been associated with this unexpected and persistent rise in BP.[] KEYWORDS: Affect; Chronic pain; Emotion regulation; Invalidation; Partner communication; Validation[] This method avoids the painful abstinence period and did not result in precipitated withdrawal or other significant adverse effects.[] […] some illness experience may require a reading practice less concerned with narrative coherence or self-authorship, and more interested in the value of textual fragments, episodes[] […] their associations with pain-related variables and to assess their responsiveness to intervention.[] Try Quell 2.0 Now Risk Free 60-day Money Back Guarantee "This turned down the noise... enough that I could focus on everything else."[] The paper describes the cognitive-behavioural therapy of a patient with a specific phobia (fear of pain and movement).[] The patient experienced steady and significant improvement in his mental health, fatigue, chronic pain, and irritable bowel syndrome-as well as the unexpected resolution of[] We describe a 14-year-old girl with SCD and multiple hospital admissions for pain management for severe acute vaso-occlusive pain episodes.[]

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  • Aging

    Gastroesophageal reflux persists or worsens, and there are early long-term sequelae, including Barrett esophagus in 10%; other gastrointestinal findings include risk for volvulus[] However, it is little appreciated that TERT may be expressed at low levels transiently in somatic cells and may play a role in chromatin maintenance and DNA repair.[] These findings have unveiled an unexpected link between aging and phosphate.[] […] ages-particularly for happy and fear emotions.[] In striking contrast to the difficulties with new learning and episodic memories in aging and especially in Alzheimer's disease (AD), musical long-term memories appear to[] These results underline the importance of quick sample handling when investigating innate immune responses in whole blood, especially for monocyte responses.[] In addition, although music significantly increased source memory performance in both younger and older participants compared to the white noise condition, the pleasantness[] […] mass (COM) acceleration patterns and smoothness during stair negotiation and to determine if smoothness was associated with the timed "Up and Go" (TUG) test of functional movement[] Similarly, episodic memory is impaired.[] Wear sunglasses or a wide-brimmed hat when you're outdoors, and use earplugs when you're around loud machinery or other loud noises.[]

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  • Methylene Blue

    Significance of methylene blue staining Methylene blue staining can confirm the presence of distinctive Barrett's esophagus in short segments of Barrett's esophagus.[] These signs may be masked by general anesthesia and may only manifest themselves upon anesthetic emergence.[] Due to similar, not fully understood mechanisms and biphasic response of light, unexpected and complex outcomes may be observed.[] The results showed methylene blue increased response in the bilateral insular cortex--an area deep within the brain associated with emotional responses--during a task that[] METHOD: Ion pair nanoparticles were synthesized using opposite charge ions precipitation and lyophilized.[] A 55-year-old lady presented with recurrent episodes of melena and drop in hemoglobin.[] In this study, a dual-type responsive electrochemical immunosensor was developed for the quantitative detection of proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9), a[] movements of the upper extremities.[] OBJECTIVE: The memory-enhancing drug methylene blue (MB) administered after extinction training improves fear extinction retention in rats and humans with claustrophobia.[] Abstract This is the first report of a fatal outcome from serotonin toxicity, precipitated by an interaction between methylene blue and venlafaxine.[]

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  • Physical Exertion

    Still other patients may feel acid reflux as typical angina-like chest pain : reflux-induced pain may be cramp-like, may radiate to the neck, shoulder or arm, and may even[] CONCLUSION: Marked unexpected hyperglycaemia occurred while trekking on Mount Kinabalu, despite similar calorie consumption and insulin doses to control conditions.[] He said he does not advocate "burying your emotions." But, he added, "People can learn more appropriate ways of dealing with their emotions."[] Perimesencephalic nonaneurysmal SAH in four males and three females was precipitated by exertion.[] BACKGROUND: Brief episodes of physical exertion are associated with an immediately greater risk of cardiovascular events.[] The factors associated with this response need to be clarified for timely intervention in preventing hypertensive disease.[] ., background noise, complex visual backgrounds) that may affect DVAT performance in the sideline environment. American Academy of Audiology[] INTRODUCTION: The effects of movement and physical exertion on cognitive processes remain unclear.[] Anxiety under total curarization: Implications for the role of muscular relaxation in the desensitization of neurotic fears.[] BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Unaccustomed strenuous physical exertion can trigger myocardial infarction, but little is known about the mechanisms precipitating subarachnoid hemorrhage[]

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  • Quetiapine

    Antipsychotic-induced priapism may result from the alpha receptor occupancy property of those drugs.[] Various studies showed increased sudden cardiac death and sudden unexpected deaths.[] Quetiapine did not significantly affect facial expression recognition, emotional word categorisation, emotion-potentiated startle or emotional word/faces dot-probe vigilance[] An automated liquid handling workstation with 96-well protein precipitate plate was used to facilitate the process.[] episode while on the drug.[] The outcome measure was change in amygdala responses at week 8.[] KEYWORDS: Mirtazapine; daytime functioning; insomnia; quetiapine; sleep; traffic noise[] Compared with the traditional antipsychotics, the atypical antipsychotics have a decreased risk for associated movement disorders.[] However, no effect of quetiapine on fear network activity was detected.[] We consider the factors that may be driving this misuse, and then, we also detail some of the adverse effects that may ensue.[]

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  • Sinus Arrhythmia

    May 10, 2016 ETA is a particularly strong risk marker in patients with reduced LVEF.[] Given this unexpected positive result, future research should further examine the nature of the relationship between depressive symptomatology and RSA in African Americans[] This may be caused by differences in emotion induction methods, RSA quantification, and non-emotional demands of the situation.[] The present study therefore tested the hypothesis that these two constructs also may mirror risk factors for a recurrent major depressive episode (MDE).[] The atypical RSA development group also demonstrated more difficulties in parent-reported social responsiveness at 48 months.[] […] internalizing symptoms, and RSA reactivity (defined as change in RSA from baseline to task) was recorded while participants anticipated and responded to an 85 dB signaled white-noise[] The degree and type of synchrony between the sinusoidal fetal heart rate and breathing movements suggest that the sinusoidal fetal heart rate and the respiratory sinus arrhythmia[] As expected, internalizing symptom severity was associated with greater RSA withdrawal (increased arousal) during fearful and sad film segments.[] Sinus arrhythmias may not produce any specific symptoms and may not be very significant.[] We found that atypical RSA patterns (a) predicted current depressive episodes and remission status among women with histories of juvenile onset depression and healthy controls[]

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