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247 Possible Causes for Onset in the Second or Third Decade of Life

  • Social Phobia

    Onsets later in life, after a peak between the second and third decades, are relatively rare and are more likely to be cases of SAD occurring secondarily to, or as sequellae[] Onset and Course Clinicians and epidemiologists in the research community generally agree that SAD has an early onset, often in childhood or adolescence.[]

  • Severe Depressive Episode

    Second, the average age of patients at the onset of the illness is in the fourth decade of life, though MDD can present at any age.[] Third, the illness affects about twenty percent of the population; that is, one-fifth of the population will suffer a depressive episode in their lives, and all ethnic groups[]

  • Lipid Cell Tumor of the Ovary

    Average age of onset is the second or third decade of life, but women of all ages can be affected (1).[]

  • Vitiligo

    Darryl’s vitiligo came on rather late in life, as the most common time of onset is the second or third decade.[]

  • Alopecia Areata

    […] of AA can occur at any age, but the peak incidence is in the second and third decades of life. [5] Within the pediatric population specifically, incidence is highest between[] Epidemiology AA is one of the most common autoimmune conditions with the prevalence of 1.5%–2% in the general population, without gender or racial proclivity. [4] The onset[] Patients who have an earlier onset of disease may develop more severe phenotypes. [1] There is a significant genetic component with children having at least one affected parent[]

  • Uncinate Seizure

    These 10 cases in all had the following features: year of report was 1990 or later in seven cases and onset occurred in the second decade of life in two cases, in the third[] In addition, the UF is one of the last association tracts to completely mature, with final myelination extending from the second and late into the third decade of life [ 4[] ], corresponding to the age of onset of many of the implicated psychiatric conditions.[]

  • Lafora Disease

    It has an autosomal recessive mode of inheritance and is almost universally fatal by the second or third decade of life. To date, there is no prevention or cure.[] Abstract Lafora disease (LD) is the most severe form of Progressive Myoclonus Epilepsy with teenage onset.[]

  • Upper Motor Neuron Disease

    Clinical description MA is seen more frequently in males (male to female ratio of 20:1) with an age of onset in the second to third decade of life (ages 14-25).[]

  • Essential Tremor

    […] in the second and third decades of life, and a later peak in the sixth and seventh decades ( Figure 1 ).[] As in 2 previous studies, 1, 12 data on age of onset were converted into 10-year age strata (life decade of onset), and this was bimodally distributed, with an early peak[] Among community subjects, 36 (60%) of 60 were able to recall their age of onset (mean [SD], 65.5 [21.2] years; median, 71 years; range, 4-93 years).[]

  • Spondylitis

    The most common age of onset of symptoms is in the second and third decades of life.[] Age of disease onset usually peaks in the second and third decades of life.[]

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