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eng Stroke and Cognitive Impairment
Acta clinica Croatica Vol. 50, No. Supplement 2, 2011
Hrčak ID: 106116
eng Mild Cognitive Impairment, a Transitional Zone Between Normal Cognitive Function and Dementia
Bučuk, Mira; Tomić, Zoran
Acta clinica Croatica Vol. 50, No. Supplement 2, 2011
Hrčak ID: 106133
eng THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INTERLEUKIN-6 AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-ALPHA LEVELS IN COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AMONG FIRST-EVER ACUTE ISCHAEMIC STROKE PATIENTS
Loga-Andrijić, Nataša; T. Petrović, Novica; Filipović-Danić, Snežana; Marjanović, Snežana; Mitrović, Vekoslav; Loga-Zec, Svjetlana
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 33, No. suppl 10, 2021
Background: Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) frequently results in the development of cognitive impairment, which quite often persists. The pathophysiological mechanisms involved in the development of cognitive impairment are only partially elucidated. The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between interleukin 6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-) serum levels with cognitive impairment in AIS patients. Subjects and methods: This hospital-based case-control study was performed during December 2014 May 2018. A total nu...
Hrčak ID: 266972
hrv Kognitivni poremećaji nakon moždanog udara
eng Post-Stroke Cognitive Impairment
Medicus Vol. 31, No. 1 Moždani udar, 2022
Kognitivni poremećaji česti su kod bolesnika s moždanim udarom. To je često zanemarena posljedica moždanog udara koja utječe na rehabilitaciju bolesnika. Rizika za kognitivni poremećaj nakon moždanog udara ima dosta – od demografskih (dob, stupanj edukacije, prethodni moždani udar itd.), vaskularnih (šećerna bolest, hipertenzija, tip moždanog udara, zahvaćeno područje mozga /veličina lokacija i sl./), do kognitivnih čimbenika i funkcionalnog statusa prije moždanog udara, prisutnosti depresije i funkcionalne onesposobljenosti. Neuroradiološke me...
Hrčak ID: 275923
eng THE PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSION IN DEMENTIA SYNDROME
Tomasović, Sanja; Sremec, Josip; Košćak Lukač, Jelena; Sedlić, Marija; Klepac, Nataša
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 34, No. 4, 2022
Background: It is estimated that up to 90% of patients with dementia are affected by behavioral and psychiatric symptoms during the course of the disease. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of depression in dementia and mild cognitive impairment (MCI), the use of benzodiazepines and antidepressants among them and the impact of former education on their cognitive decline. Subjects and methods: In the study we have enrolled 100 patients with clinical diagnoses of either MCI or dementia, as was established by a single cog...
Hrčak ID: 291846
hrv Neinvazivni test skrivenog cilja za probir osoba s mogućim početnim spoznajnim urušavanjem
eng A Non-invasive Hidden-Goal Test for Screening of Persons with Possible Cognitive Impairment
Šimić, Goran; Bažadona, Danira; Fabek, Ivan; Babić Leko, Mirjana; Bobić Rasonja, Mihaela; Kalinić, Dubravka; Raguz, Jake; Bilić, Ervina; Mimica, Ninoslav; Borovečki, Fran; R. Hof, Patrick
Socijalna psihijatrija Vol. 47, No. 3, 2019
Hrčak ID: 232525
eng CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AS POTENTIAL MARKERS FOR MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Ciobica, Alin; Padurariu, Manuela; Bild, Walther; Stefanescu, Cristinel
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 23., No. 4., 2011
Background: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an early stage of cognitive decline that has a significant risk of converting to dementia. Cardiovascular pathology appears to have a major impact in cognitive decline, and it is clear that early identification and correction of cardiovascular morbidity could have a major impact on cognitive functioning. Subjects and methods: Our study was conducted in order to identify some cardiovascular risk factors among patients with cognitive decline (MCI or Alzheimer disease-AD) and to find if there is a...
Hrčak ID: 76842
eng A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS OF ADULTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND CHILDREN WITH PSYCHOTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Patiny, Florentine; Constant, Eric; Symann, Sophie
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 27, No. suppl 1, 2015
Background: Cognitive impairments have been extensively reported for patients suffering from schizophrenia but a lot of questions persist about these troubles. Several domains of cognitive functions are impaired which result in daily life difficulties. Many arguments tend to show that children suffering from psychotic spectrum disorders present cognitive impairments also but things are not clearly defined. The aim of this review is to compare the cognitive impairments of children suffering from psychotic symptoms and adults suffering from s...
Hrčak ID: 264542
eng Mini Mental State Examination did not reveal cognitive impairment in our patients with atrial fibrillation
Stanović, Anja; Begovac, Marta; Jug, Juraj; Memić, Dubravka; Gašparović, Kristina; Lovrić Benčić, Martina
Cardiologia Croatica Vol. 14, No. 9-10, 2019
Background: Atrial fibrillation (AF), the most common arrhythmia in the general population, is associated with accelerated cognitive decline in comparison with healthy individuals1. Some studies reported that the duration of exposure to AF increases the risk of dementia2. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the reported link between AF and its characteristics, such as type and duration, and cognitive abilities in affected individuals. Patients and Methods: 105 patients (63 males, 42 females, aged 67.29±24.54 years) from the Un...
Hrčak ID: 226707
eng COMPARISON OF WISCONSIN CARD SORTING TEST RESULTS BETWEEN CZECH SUBJECTS DEPENDENT ON METHAMPHETAMINE VERSUS HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
Hosak, Ladislav; Preiss, Marek; Bazant, Jan; Tibenska, Andrea; Cermakova, Radka; Cermakova, Eva
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 24., No. 2., 2012
Background: Methamphetamine is a neurotoxic agent. Its chronic abuse may result in cognitive impairment with negative consequences for patients´ treatment and rehabilitation. The aim of the study was to compare Wisconsin Card Sorting Test profiles of Czech subjects dependent on methamphetamine with healthy individuals. Subjects and methods: Forty-three hospitalized Czech Caucasian patients including twenty-seven men at the average age of 25.3±5.2 years dependent on methamphetamine for 6.2±3.3 years were assessed by the Wisconsin Card Sortin...
Hrčak ID: 106222