Neurobiological Brain Disorder
... A Neurobiological Brain disorder
(NBD) , also referred to as a Neurobiological disorder
(NBD) , is an illness caused by genetic, ... disease with dementia, Obsessive-compulsive disorder
(OCD), Alzheimer's disease, as well as some forms ...
Obsessive Compulsive disorder
Poor maternal parenting
frontal-subcortical ... connectivity
Shergill et al, 2000
Poor maternal parenting
Atypical serotonin ... (2005), Uber and Treasure (2005)
Prefrontal cortex and ...
... ultradian rhythms.
Ultradian Bipolar disorder
All forms of Bipolar disorder
have a defined biological nature, apparently ... is an increased chance of developing a Bipolar disorder
when either a general ...
Atransferrinemia is a genetic disorder
in which there is absence of transferrin , a plasma protein that ... transferrin in her parents ' bloodstream supported the notion that this disorder
is transferred in an autosomal recessive pattern.  ...
... , Lactic ) - Alkalosis ( Metabolic , Respiratory ) - Mixed disorder
of acid-base balance - H 2 O Dehydration / Hypervolemia - K + ... - Prognathism - Retrognathism - Temporomandibular joint disorder
Amelogenesis imperfecta - Anodontia - ...
... these do not always have an underlying causative illness; they are most often symptomatic of severe malnutrition .
Those suffering from the eating disorder
anorexia nervosa appear to have high plasma levels of ghrelin . Ghrelin levels are also high in patients who have cancer-induced cachexia (Garcia ...
... be made if the lesions are found on areas where the hands do not make contact. It doesn't exclude the possibility, but makes it less likely. The disorder
is typically found among females more than males. Damage is common on the face , neck , back, and extremities , and damage to the skin is ...
Family history (medicine)
... to the same toxin , then they may develop similar symptoms without a genetic cause.
If a patient has a strong family history of a particular disorder
(or group of disorders), this will generally lead to a lower threshold for investigating symptoms.
In diseases with a known hereditary component, ...
... Thickened fluids are often used for people with dysphagia , a disorder
of swallowing function. The thicker consistency makes it less likely that an individual with dysphagia will aspirate while they are drinking.