neurocognitive function

Cognitive Function and Quality of Life in Vorinostat-Treated Patients after Matched Unrelated Donor Myeloablative Conditioning Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation.

Authors: Choi SW, Errickson J, Gatza E, Hoodin F, Kentor R, LaLonde L, Reddy P, Votruba K

Journal: Biology of blood and marrow transplantation : journal of the American Society for Blood and Marrow

Myeloablative conditioning allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) puts patients at greater risk for significant cognitive and quality of life decline compared with recipients of reduced-intensity conditioning or autologous HCT. Vorinostat, a histone deacetylase inhibitor, has been […]

Presence of cerebral microbleeds is associated with worse executive function in pediatric brain tumor survivors.

Authors: Banerjee A, Buono BD, Chen J, Felton E, Fullerton HJ, Gauvain K, Goldsby RE, Haas-Kogan DA, Lupo JM, Molinaro AM, Mueller S, Roddy E, Samuel D, Sear K, Tamrazi B, Torkildson J

Journal: Neuro-oncology

BACKGROUND: A specific form of small-vessel vasculopathy-cerebral microbleeds (CMBs)-has been linked to various types of dementia in adults. We assessed the incidence of CMBs and their association with neurocognitive function in pediatric brain tumor survivors. METHODS: […]

Cerebral function in perinatally HIV-infected young adults and their HIV-uninfected sibling controls.

Authors: Allsop J, Ashby J, Fidler S, Foster C, Garvey L, Paramesparan Y, Taylor-Robinson SD, Wan T, Winston A

Journal: HIV Clinical Trials

BACKGROUND: Perinatally acquired HIV-infected (PaHIV) young adults undergo neurodevelopment in the presence of HIV infection and antiretroviral therapy, which may lead to neurocognitive (NC) impairment. Knowledge of NC function in this group is sparse and control […]

Cerebral function tests reveal differences in HIV-infected subjects with and without chronic HCV co-infection.

Authors: Garvey LJ, Main J, Maruff P, Pflugrad H, Scullard G, Taylor-Robsinson S, Thiyagarajan A, Winston A

Journal: Clinical Microbiology and Infection

Neurocognitive impairment (NCI) remains prevalent in HIV-infected subjects despite effective combination antiretroviral therapy (CART). In subjects without evidence of hepatic decompensation, NCI is also a feature of chronic HCV infection. The present study aimed to examine […]

Performances on the CogState and standard neuropsychological batteries among HIV patients without dementia.

Authors: Brooks JT, Carpenter CC, Clifford DB, Kauwe JS, Overton ET, Patel P, Patty D, Paul R, Tashima K, Tate DF

Journal: AIDS and Behavior

HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders remain prevalent but challenging to diagnose particularly among non-demented individuals. To determine whether a brief computerized battery correlates with formal neurocognitive testing, we identified 46 HIV-infected persons who had undergone both formal neurocognitive […]

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