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Episodic schizophrenia with a regressive course with marked and sustained remission in old age
A marked predominance of episodic forms of schizophrenia was found in patients surviving to old age and in patients admitted to hospital periodically because of repeated attacks or exacerabations of the disease, which continued to be observed until old age. Expand
[On the possibility of schizophrenic manifestation in senility].
[Clinical picture of the late stages of sluggishly-progressing schizophrenia in advanced age].
Under examination there were 190 patients over 60 years of the age suffering from sluggishly progressing schizophrenia and observed at dispensaries for the long time, and at the late age a tendency to a regression of most productive symptoms, a certain enlivening of the emotional-volitional sphere, and exaggeration of the signs of the personality structure deformity was revealed. Expand
[Results of an epidemiologic study of mental patients over 60 years of age in one of the districts of Moscow].
The convened investigation was related to a clinico-epidemiological study of mental disorders in individuals older than 60 who lived in the Kiev district of Moscow and received some data concerning the prevalence rates, diagnostical, sex and age content of mental diseases in patients over 60, living in the given district. Expand
[The course of attack-like schizophrenia with long remission periods].
[A comparative analysis of different populations of elderly schizophrenic patients].
[Features of the initial manifestations of Alzheimer's disease].
It was found that the psychopathological structure and increase in disturbances at the initial stage of Alzheimer's disease correlated with the age at the onset of the disease. Expand
[Attack-like schizophrenia with a "progressive" course and profound long-term remissions in old age].
Clinically patients with conditions of deep and durative remissions who had not been hospitalized during the past 20 years were characterized by some common traits, in most of the cases the premorbid personality and the character during the state of remission had hypersthenic traits. Expand