Motor Deficits Associated With Mild, Chronic Hyponatremia: A Factor Analytic Study

@article{Geboy2012MotorDA,
  title={Motor Deficits Associated With Mild, Chronic Hyponatremia: A Factor Analytic Study},
  author={Alexander G Geboy and Dawn M. Filmyer and R. Josiassen},
  journal={Journal of Motor Behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={44},
  pages={255 - 259}
}
  • Alexander G Geboy, Dawn M. Filmyer, R. Josiassen
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Motor Behavior
  • ABSTRACT Chronic hyponatremia (CHN) has traditionally been considered asymptomatic. If symptoms are observed, they are often mistakenly attributed to the underlying disorder. However, in recent studies neuropsychological deficits have been associated with CHN. The authors sought to determine the association between CHN and motor deficits. They used previously collected data, and 41 subjects with hyponatremia were included. An exploratory factor analysis with principal component analysis (PCA… CONTINUE READING
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