Diagnostic Criteria in Neurology for PDA: PDA Product by Alan J. Lerner

By Alan J. Lerner

Offers a compendium of the printed diagnostic standards for a various workforce of neurological stipulations. This paintings contains an array of tables that summarize invaluable info on either universal and unusual neurological stipulations, together with many genetic and pediatric neurological issues.

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It also uses cutoffs for “heavy drinking” of 28 drinks per week for women and 35 for men. As the authors state, these cutoffs are based on previous surveys of cognitive effects from alcohol rather than strict biological criteria. Furthermore, it acknowledges the possibility that multiple pathologies may be present, and incorporates some neuroimaging details, such as cortical atrophy or atrophy of the cerebellum, especially the cerebellar vermis, into the proposed criteria. ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AD is the most common form of dementia, accounting for an estimated 65–75% of cases of dementia, especially in aged individuals.

Rett’s Disorder A disorder primarily affecting females, the genetic basis of Rett’s disorder is being unraveled, and genetic testing may supplant clinical criteria. A more detailed listing of diagnostic criteria is listed in Chapter 7. It is included here because Rett’s syndrome, aside from its genetic roots, is often classified among the autistic spectrum disorders, at least according to the standard DSM-IV scheme. Childhood Disintegrative Disorder The roots of this diagnosis may be traced back to Heller, who, in 1908, described several cases he termed dementia infantalis.

Alcohol as a Contributing Factor in the Development or Course of Dementia The designation of alcohol as a contributing factor is used for the situation in which alcohol is used, but not to the degree required or within the time required to meet the classification of probable or possible alcohol-related dementia. This designation should not preclude the use of probable vascular dementia or dementia of the Alzheimer’s type. Adapted from Oslin D, Atkinson RM, Smith DM, Hendrie H. Alcohol related dementia: proposed clinical criteria.

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