Comment on the Relationship Between Common Variant Schizophrenia Liability and Number of Offspring in the UK Biobank

American Journal of Psychiatry,Volume 176, Issue 7, Page 573-574, July 01, 2019.
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BACKGROUND: There is increasing interest in the clinical and aetiological overlap between autism spectrum disorders and schizophrenia spectrum disorders, reported to co-occur at both diagnostic and trait levels. Individually, sub-clinical autistic and psyc...
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OBJECTIVE: To examine and evaluate the efficacy of the spectrum of psychological and behavioral intercession as a novel treatment regime to address the necessity of Schizophrenia affected patients. METHOD: A sum of 148 individuals with the first ep...
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The objective was to assess whether medical vocabulary was accessible, which kinds of feelings ...
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Associations between influenza infection and psychosis have been reported since the eighteenth century, with acute “psychoses of influenza” documented during multiple pandemics. In the late 20th century, reports of a season-of-birth effect in schizophrenia were supported by large-scale ecological and sero-epidemiological studies suggesting that maternal influenza infection increases the risk of psychosis in offspring. We examine the evidence for the association between influenza infection and schizophrenia risk, before reviewing possible mechanisms via which this risk may be conferred. Maternal immune activatio...
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Authors: Barker LC, Sunderji N, Kurdyak P, Stergiopoulos V, Gonzalez A, Kopp A, Vigod SN Abstract OBJECTIVE: Follow-up after psychiatric emergency department (ED) contact is key to optimizing outcomes for vulnerable patients. We aimed to quantify the likelihood of receiving outpatient mental health care after psychiatric ED visits in a population-level sample. METHODS: Among individuals who presented for a psychiatric ED visit in Ontario, Canada (2010-2012) and were not admitted to hospital (N=143,662), the authors estimated the likelihood of outpatient physician mental health care within 14 days post-ED visit ...
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Authors: Matsumoto Y, Ayani N, Kuwabara K, Ono J, Yamada K, Narumoto J PMID: 32088585 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Publication date: Available online 24 February 2020Source: The Lancet PsychiatryAuthor(s): Clara S Humpston, Matthew R Broome
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Common medicines used to manage schizophrenia have many side effects that can cause significant morbidity. Regular monitoring and support can ensure patients improve outcomes.
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(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit ä t M ü nchen) Psychiatrists led by Nikolaos Koutsouleris from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich have used a computer-based approach to assign psychotic patients diagnosed as bipolar or schizophrenic to five different subgroups. The method could lead to better therapies for psychoses.
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Translational Psychiatry, Published online: 25 February 2020; doi:10.1038/s41398-020-0745-6High-frequency neuronavigated rTMS effect on clinical symptoms and cognitive dysfunction: a pilot double-blind, randomized controlled study in Veterans with schizophrenia
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