Etiology

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  • CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS This thesis includes studies focusing on four of the ten

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    CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS This thesis includes studies focusing on four of the ten recently discovered human polyomaviruses: MCPyV, KIPyV, WUPyV, and TSPyV, with respect to determination of their molecular and serological epidemiology, transmition route, and latency site and in finding any association between these novel viruses and diseases. Despite understanding many clinical and biological aspects, future studies may aim at addressing additional issues. Clearly, the development of cell

  • Depression Etiology

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    Etiology No one knows the exact etiology of depression. Depression is a disorder that is still being examined, just like many other mental disorders the etiology depends on multiple factors. Some factors include biological differences, life events, brain chemistry, and hormones. Even though clinical professions have multiple benchmarks to reference depression etiology still depends on the individual person. An example for the unknown etiology of depression could be as something as simple as a scar

  • Etiology Of Asthma

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    1.3 Etiology and risk factors: There are different heterogeneous phenotypes for asthma that vary in presentation, pathophysiology and etiology. The risk factors for each recognized phenotype of asthma include genetic, host, environmental factors and family history.[23] Factors that can contribute to asthma or airway hyperreactivity may include any of the following: 1- Environmental allergens: (e.g., house dust mites, animal allergens, especially cat and dog, cockroach allergens and fungi)

  • The Etiology of Leukemia

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    The etiology of leukemia is unknown as it is believed that the different types of leukemia have different factors that can cause them. For example, in the book, “Essentials of Pathophysiology”, they believe that acute leukemia may be caused because of people having too much exposure to radiation. Factors that can affect leukemia are chemotherapies, viral infections; it can be a secondary illness caused primary diseases, chemicals (Porth, 2011). The American Cancer Society believes that genetic

  • The Etiology Of The Disorder

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    Describe the etiology of the disorder Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is an example of a disruptive disorder. Although there are no clear cut causes of ODD, there are factors that play a role in the development of the disorder. They include biological factors, psychological factors, and social factors (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2009). Biological factors include having a parent with a history of ADHD, ODD, or Conduct Disorder (CD), a parent with a mood disorder such

  • The Etiology Of The Disorder

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    Describe the etiology of the disorder. Bipolar Disorders are considered complex because of the episodes that are experienced. They include dysfunctional mood, potentially including major depressive episodes, mild to moderate depressive episodes, manic episodes, and hypomanic episodes, which are often separated by periods of relatively normal mood. There are two types of Bipolar Disorders that I will cover in this paper. They include Bipolar I disorder (BP-I) and Bipolar II disorder (BD-II).According

  • Manifestation And Etiology

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    Manifestation and Etiology Dementia includes many diseases, and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common (Schultz-Krohn, Foti, & Glogoski, 2012). The cause of AD is not well understood. Individuals with AD have characteristic neurofibrillary tangles and beta-amyloid plaques that cause neuronal loss and the shrinking of overall brain structure (Atchison & Dirette, 2012). Significant loss of neurons occur in the cerebral cortex impacting thinking, judgment, reasoning, speech, and language (Atchison

  • Psychopathy Etiology

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    Can the Etiology of Psychopathy Lead to Earlier Detection and Reduced Crime Rates? The field of forensic psychology is ever-changing as is the world around us. There is a persistent need to evaluate rules and procedures to keep up with the societal needs. A major area that is evolving within forensic psychology is the health care field and the usable technology. This new and advancing technology is allowing for the diagnosis of some very specific mental disorders, including the intriguing diagnosis

  • Diagnosis For The Etiology Of Schizophrenia

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    In the search for the etiology of schizophrenia, several possibilities have been investigated, including psychodynamic, autoimmune, and genetic, but two have been long pitted against each other: neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative. While there is evidence for both processes, current research is more supportive of a neurodevelopmental etiology. However, schizophrenia will likely not be explained by a single process. Since the current study did not include longitudinal studies, it is difficult

  • The Pathophysiology And Etiology Of The Disease

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    Abstract Schizophrenia effects approximately 1% of the human population, despite the high number of individuals being affected, not much is known about the pathophysiology and etiology of the disease. Through the use of pharmacological models such as ketamine and amphetamine, it allows us to purse the dopamine and glutamate hypothesis. The rise of these hypotheses is due to the nature of the disease, hence heterogeneous disorder not all patients exerts all the symptoms of the disease. As a result

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