Supportive features include emotional dysregulation, behavior change, and motor disturbance with parkinsonian features. ... Clinical features supporting the diagnosis of traumatic encephalopathy syndrome include emotional dysregulation, behavior change,
Persistent symptoms after COVID-19 have multiple phenotypes and potential explanations, which include direct cytotoxic effects, dysregulation of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, endothelial cell damage and thromboinflammation, and
It is well recognized that patients with [rheumatoid arthritis] are at increased risk for serious infections due to disease-associated immune dysregulation, which may not be the case in other conditions.”.
Common variable immunodeficiency involves B- and T-cell abnormalities and results in clinically significant immune dysregulation.
Even with effective HIV viral suppression, inflammation and immune dysregulation appear to increase risks for myocardial infarction, stroke, and heart failure in patients with HIV infection, according to a scientific statement
Calcineurin inhibitor–induced hypertension and hyperkalemia share the same phenotype as Gordon syndrome (familial hyperkalemic hypertension), which is due to a dysregulation of the WNK kinases in the distal convoluted tubule.
Hope said. “There are your immunologists doing hypotheses about persistent immune activation or dysregulation.
Although the pathophysiology of SEID remains unclear, the phenomenon of central sensitization (the pathophysiologic dysregulation of the thalamus, hypothalamus, and amygdala) is gaining acceptance as a potential cause of SEID as
Compared with the general population, people living with HIV have significantly higher rates of myocardial infarction, heart failure, and stroke due to chronic inflammation and immune dysregulation.
More than half of patients exhibited three or fewer symptoms in the first 72 hours of illness, with the most common being thermal dysregulation (83.6%), cough (58.9%), asthenia
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