PSYCH 3313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Bradykinin Receptor, Angiogenesis, Thalidomide

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Lecture: november 21: a specialty field within clinical psychology that seeks to understand and treat patients with cognitive impairments, aging, disease, injury, standardized assessments. Migraines: migraines (28% of population) is a neurovascular disorder, characterized by recurrent headaches. Usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting, photophobia and/or phonophobia. Psych 3313: behavioral changes and avoiding triggers can decrease frequency and severity of migraines. < 6 minutes: penumbra = area of neural tissue susceptible to damage that surrounds an infarct; delayed damage, strokes vs. mini strokes, transient ischemic attacks (tias) = stroke symptoms lasting < 24 hours. 4 degrees celsius: head injuries, traumatic brain injuries (tbi, open head injuries, concussions, chronic traumatic brain injuries (ctbi, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (cte) formerly known as. Ctbi: e4 is about 15% in population, 50% of case studies with cte have e4 variant, may make people more vulnerable to alzheimer"s disease.

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