Allen Schiller

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Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is an exceptionally effective treatment for a number of psychiatric conditions; however, a common adverse effect is temporary cognitive impairment, especially memory loss. The dissociative disorders also involve disturbances of memory, as well as consciousness and personal identity, but are rarely iatrogenic. We report a case(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the hypothesis of subcortical pathologic impairment in HIV/AIDS. METHOD The study included 22 HIV+, 22 HIV- controls, 22 learning disordered (LD) HIV-, and 22 depressive HIV-. The groups were compared on eight WMS-III Indices. RESULTS Analyses revealed significantly lower scores (p < .05) in HIV+ on visual immediate memory,(More)
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