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behavior disorder

[bi′hāv·yər dis‚ȯrd·ər]
(psychology)
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Major finding: More than 90% of patients with REM sleep behavior disorder will develop Parkinson's disease or Lewy body dementia.
Treatment of REM sleep behavior disorder with donepezil: A report of 3 cases.
If the new concepts about the disease are correct, patients with REM sleep behavior disorder would be more likely to have olfactory dysfunction.
Leibenluft said: Clinicians don't use specifiers, the disorder is better categorized in the DSM-5 mood section rather than in the disruptive behavior disorders section, and the relatively high prevalence of the condition justifies a new diagnosis.
Neurologic damage and behavior disorder in rubella children.
Finally, we would like to thank the editors of ETC and the members of the Publications Committee of CCBD for the opportunity to publish Volume 27 in the Monograph series on Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth.
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation is the largest philanthropic organization dedicated to research across all brain and behavior disorders (not disease specific).
Mota-Castillo is right when he says many of these children ultimately receive other diagnoses, in lieu of (but sometimes in addition to) one of the "disruptive behavior disorders.
Another concern, he added, is that a patient with REM sleep behavior disorder could have undiagnosed Parkinson's disease or another neurological disorder.
Preschoolers whose tantrums consistently include self-injurious or outwardly projected aggression may be at risk of major depressive disorder, disruptive behavior disorder, or both, Andy C.
Approximately 1%-3% of the nation's adult population, experiences a progressive behavior disorder known as problem or compulsive gambling.
Approximately 1%-3% of the nation's adult population experiences a progressive behavior disorder known as Problem or Compulsive Gambling.

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