Marta Herstowska

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Clinical manifestations of drug-induced skin reactions include a wide range of symptoms, from mild drug-induced exanthemas to dangerous and life-threatening generalized systematic reactions. Adverse drug reactions of low risk include phenomena such as drug-induced rashes, phototoxic reactions, eczemas and urticarias, which appear most often when the(More)
BACKGROUND In Panic Disorder (PD) both somatic and cognitive symptoms occur. Cognitive functions which may be involved with anxiety and maladaptive cognition such as e.g. attention, memory and perception might be decreased. MATERIAL AND METHODS Within the preliminary studies eleven patients diagnosed with panic disorder (DSM-IV-TR), and nine healthy(More)
Bipolar disorder with comorbid obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) rates vary between 7 to 39%. Inversely, 15% of OCD patients present with bipolar disorder (BPD) comorbidity. Little is known on the efficacy and safety of pharmacotherapy in BPD comorbid with OCD. Registered indications for OCD and BPD do not cover comorbidity and no guidelines for the one(More)
BACKGROUND Impulsivity is the neurophysiologically based inability to confirm behaviour to its context or consequences. Overimpulsiveness characterizes many mental disorders and poses an important clinical dilemma. Although the relationship between mood disorders and impulsivity has been well studied the relationship between anxiety and impulsivity is(More)
BACKGROUND Impulsivity plays a prominent role in numerous psychopathological states and poses an important clinical dilemma. However, different aspects of impulsivity are related to mood disorders, addictions, personality disorders, eating disorders, the relationship between anxiety and impulsivity is controversial and not well explored. The impact of(More)
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