The proposed new diagnosis defines a relational disorder as “persistent and painful patterns of feelings, behaviors, and perceptions” among two or more people in an important personal relationship, such a husband and wife, or a parent and children.
Wiki Number: PW184
Diagnosis: Relational Disorder
Symptoms: The disorder depends on two or more people interactively causing the difficulties. “persistent and painful patterns of feelings
Progression: behaviors and perceptions” in couples or adult couples either with their parents or with their children.
Causes: Marriages with violence between the couple; parental child abuse-often after parental neglect.
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- Identification and validation of a pyroptosis-related signature in identifying active tuberculosis via a deep learning algorithmby Yuchen Liu on November 29, 2023
CONCLUSION: The present research succeeded in identifying the pyroptosis-related signature within the pathogenetic framework of ATB. Furthermore, we developed a diagnostic model which exuded a remarkable potential for efficient and accurate diagnosis.
- Skin microbiome profile in people living with HIV/AIDS in Cameroonby Kazuhiro Ogai on November 29, 2023
The presence of pathogens and the state of diseases, particularly skin diseases, may alter the composition of human skin microbiome. HIV infection has been reported to impair gut microbiome that leads to severe consequences. However, with cutaneous manifestations, that can be life-threatening, due to the opportunistic pathogens, little is known whether HIV infection might influence the skin microbiome and affect the skin homeostasis. This study catalogued the profile of skin microbiome of...
- Rieske Iron-Sulfur Protein Mediates Pulmonary Hypertension Following Nicotine/Hypoxia Co-Exposureby Lillian N Truong on November 29, 2023
The high mortality of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients may occur due to pulmonary hypertension (PH). These diseases are highly associated with cigarette smoke (CS) and its key component nicotine use. Here, we created a novel animal model of PH using nicotine (or CS) and hypoxia (N/H) co-exposure. This never-reported model showed a significant early-onset pulmonary vasoremodeling and PH. Using newly-generated complementary smooth muscle (SM)-specific Rieske iron-sulfur...
- Use and Engagement with Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques Employed Within an App to Support Worry Management: Analysis of Log Databy Paul Farrand on November 29, 2023
CONCLUSIONS: Engaged users were able to successfully interact with the low-intensity CBT specific techniques informed by an evidence-based protocol, although there was poor completion of routine outcome measures and weekly reflections. Successful interaction with the specific techniques potentially contributes to promising data indicating that IMWW may be effective in the management of excessive worry. A relationship between dose and improvement justifies the use of adopting log data to inform...