Translation for 'schizophrenia' from English to Russian
NOUN   schizophrenia | -
SYNO dementia praecox | schizophrenia | schizophrenic disorder | ...
шизофрения {ж}
кататоническая шизофрения {ж}
catatonic schizophrenia
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Translation for 'schizophrenia' from English to Russian

шизофрения {ж}мед.псих.

catatonic schizophrenia
кататоническая шизофрения {ж}мед.псих.
Usage Examples English
  • Other factors associated with breaking down with schizophrenia were shown by Elaine Walker and Robert Cudeck along with Mednick to be separation for parents (even mothers with schizophrenia) if it led to institutionalization.
  • Influence of gender in schizophrenia as related to other psychopathological syndromes.
  • Shakow promoted a new view on schizophrenia. By showing that those with schizophrenia were still human and were not untreatable or dangerous allowed for a different kind of care for the mentally ill.
  • Schizophrenia is strongly heritable, but many people who appear to carry schizophrenia-associated genes may not develop the disease.
  • Stoianov studied the dynamics and the course of the oneiroid syndrome in "periodic", or recurrent schizophrenia.

  • A study confirmed the increased NMDA activity and showed increased DAO activity in the cerebellum of schizophrenia subjects.
  • Kahn studies biological causes of psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and has led numerous consortia examining the brain changes that play a role in schizophrenia.
  • The established occurrence of coenesthetic hallucinations in 18% of individuals with a psychiatric diagnosis of schizophrenia has led to the formulation of a separate subgroup of schizophrenia in the ICD-10, called cenesthopathic schizophrenia.
  • There are ties to episodes of psychosis, and persons at risk for schizophrenia, severity of schizophrenia, and with antipsychotic therapy especially with levels of IL-6 in the blood as well as the cerebrospinal fluid of patients with schizophrenia.
  • Childhood schizophrenia (also known as childhood-onset schizophrenia, and very early-onset schizophrenia) is similar in characteristics of schizophrenia that develops at a later age, but has an onset before the age of 13 years, and is more difficult to diagnose.

  • The "self-medication hypothesis" argues that people with schizophrenia use nicotine to compensate for the cognitive deficits that result from schizophrenia, the antipsychotic medication used to treat schizophrenia, or both.
  • Her research interests included genetic aspects of mental disorders (mainly schizophrenia) and human behavior genetics generally.
  • These studies showed increased striatal dopamine release in schizophrenia, which has become one of the most established findings of schizophrenia research and is now being tested as a biomarker for risk to develop schizophrenia in prodromal patients.
  • Although stories of extremely bright individuals with schizophrenia such as that of John Nash do exist, they are the outliers and not the norm.
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