Muhammad Najjar

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Nocturnal eating disorders are more common than previously thought. Sleep related eating disorder has been described in association with zolpidem. A review of the literature revealed the presence of 6 previously reported cases. In this presentation, the case of a 46-year-old female who developed sleep related eating disorder when she was treated with(More)
Here we report an investigation on the serial position effect (SPE) in elderly patients with early dementia due to different etiologies. The Rey's 15 words test has been used to evaluate whether different types of dementia show different patterns of immediate and delayed recall and of learning process. Ninety-four patients were recruited from the Geriatric(More)
BACKGROUND several studies have shown that religiosity has beneficial effects on health, mortality and pathological conditions; little is known about religiosity in Alzheimer's disease and the progression of its cognitive, behavioral and functional symptoms. Our aim was to identify any relationship between religiosity and the progression of cognitive(More)
This pilot study retrospectively analyzes the evolution of cognitive-behavioral symptoms and functional autonomy in a sample of patients with early diagnosis of probable Alzheimer's disease (AD). One hundred patients with early mild cognitive impairment (MCI) were considered and submitted to a multidimensional evaluation: the 53% presented probable AD.(More)
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