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Conclusions: Although there is little relationship between the fictional character and the syndrome, both imply the unintentional trigger of self-harm (suicide in one case, autoimmunity in the other), thus remaining associated.RESUMO El s índrome de Ofelia describe la asociación entre pérdida de memoria y enfermedad de Hodgkin, en memoria del personaje de La Tragedia de Hamlet, Príncipe de Dinamarca, de William Shakespeare. Sin embargo, existen diferencias entre ambos. Objetivo: Revisar los orígenes y usos del epónimo a travé s del artículo original, su relación con el personaje y los autoanticuerpos relacionados. Métodos: Revisión narrativa histórica. Resultados: Además de una descripción elocuente, el artículo original prefigura los autoanticuerpos, cuando no se buscaban de rutina. Desde entonces, cinco disti ntos (mGluR5, Hu, NMDAR, SOX, PCA2) han sido asociados. Cabe destacar, que el desenlace del personaje y del paciente fueron diametralmente opuestos, el primero falleció y el segundo se recuperó, llevando una vida normal. Conclusiones: A pesar de la poca relación entre el personaje y el síndrome , ambos implican el desencadenamiento no intencional de daño auto-inflingido (suicidio en un caso, autoinmunidad en el otro), manteniendo así la adecuacía.
Source: Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria - Category: Neurology Source Type: research

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Publication date: Available online 25 January 2020Source: British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeryAuthor(s): H. Saghafi, P. Benington, A. AyoubAbstractThe aim of this study was to compare the impact that the orthodontics-first approach and the surgery-first approach have on quality of life, anxiety, and depression in patients treated for dentofacial deformities. Data were collected on 32 patients (aged 17–47 years) who were all treated at a single multidisciplinary orthognathic clinic. They completed a 22-item Orthognathic Quality of Life Questionnaire (OQLQ), a seven-item Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD-7...
Source: British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Category: ENT & OMF Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 25 January 2020Source: Pharmacology &TherapeuticsAuthor(s): Yun-Feng LiAbstractMajor depressive disorder has become a global public health problem of serious concern. Most of the clinical antidepressants are developed under the classic “monoamine hypothesis (strategy)”. These drugs generally have such deficiencies including slow onset and limited efficiency, cognitive impairment and suicidal tendency. Therefore, it is the direction to break through the classic monoamine strategy framework for developing antidepressants that have fast-acting, lower side effects, and cogniti...
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ConclusionsThe results suggested that KXS exerted antidepressant effects by regulating the signaling pathways involved in lipid metabolism disorders. The lipid metabolites might be potential biomarkers of depression and possible targets for KXS-based treatment of depression.Graphical abstract
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Publication date: Available online 25 January 2020Source: Materials LettersAuthor(s): Nan He, Xinwei Liu, Fei Gao, Qiangqiang Zhang, Miaocheng Zhang, Yu Wang, Xinyi Shen, Xiang Wan, Xiaojuan Lian, Ertao Hu, Lin He, Jianguang Xu, Yi TongAbstractAs the emerging device for neuromorphic applications, memristive device is arguable regarded as the most promising candidate to emulate biological synapse due to its specific analog behaviors and various plasticities. Nevertheless, the stability of memristive device remains an extreme challenge limiting its practical applications. In this work, two-dimensional (2D) material MXene is ...
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Conclusions: Although there is little relationship between the fictional character and the syndrome, both imply the unintentional trigger of self-harm (suicide in one case, autoimmunity in the other), thus remaining associated.RESUMO El s índrome de Ofelia describe la asociación entre pérdida de memoria y enfermedad de Hodgkin, en memoria del personaje de La Tragedia de Hamlet, Príncipe de Dinamarca, de William Shakespeare. Sin embargo, existen diferencias entre ambos. Objetivo: Revisar los orígenes y usos del epónimo a travé s del artículo original, su relació...
Source: Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
Conclusions: Although there is little relationship between the fictional character and the syndrome, both imply the unintentional trigger of self-harm (suicide in one case, autoimmunity in the other), thus remaining associated.RESUMO El s índrome de Ofelia describe la asociación entre pérdida de memoria y enfermedad de Hodgkin, en memoria del personaje de La Tragedia de Hamlet, Príncipe de Dinamarca, de William Shakespeare. Sin embargo, existen diferencias entre ambos. Objetivo: Revisar los orígenes y usos del epónimo a travé s del artículo original, su relació...
Source: Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
Conclusions: Although there is little relationship between the fictional character and the syndrome, both imply the unintentional trigger of self-harm (suicide in one case, autoimmunity in the other), thus remaining associated.RESUMO El s índrome de Ofelia describe la asociación entre pérdida de memoria y enfermedad de Hodgkin, en memoria del personaje de La Tragedia de Hamlet, Príncipe de Dinamarca, de William Shakespeare. Sin embargo, existen diferencias entre ambos. Objetivo: Revisar los orígenes y usos del epónimo a travé s del artículo original, su relació...
Source: Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
Conclusions: Although there is little relationship between the fictional character and the syndrome, both imply the unintentional trigger of self-harm (suicide in one case, autoimmunity in the other), thus remaining associated.RESUMO El s índrome de Ofelia describe la asociación entre pérdida de memoria y enfermedad de Hodgkin, en memoria del personaje de La Tragedia de Hamlet, Príncipe de Dinamarca, de William Shakespeare. Sin embargo, existen diferencias entre ambos. Objetivo: Revisar los orígenes y usos del epónimo a travé s del artículo original, su relació...
Source: Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
Conclusions: Although there is little relationship between the fictional character and the syndrome, both imply the unintentional trigger of self-harm (suicide in one case, autoimmunity in the other), thus remaining associated.RESUMO El s índrome de Ofelia describe la asociación entre pérdida de memoria y enfermedad de Hodgkin, en memoria del personaje de La Tragedia de Hamlet, Príncipe de Dinamarca, de William Shakespeare. Sin embargo, existen diferencias entre ambos. Objetivo: Revisar los orígenes y usos del epónimo a travé s del artículo original, su relació...
Source: Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
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