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  • Cognitive function and exercise training for chronic renal disease patients: A literature review 

    Kaltsatou, A.; Grigoriou, S. S.; Karatzaferi, C.; Giannaki, C. D.; Stefanidis, I.; Sakkas, G. K. (2015)
    Objective: Cognitive impairment is very often noted in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Even though, exercise is considered to be a quantifiable activity that improves cognition in animals and humans, it seems ...
  • Cognitive impairment in heart failure 

    Dardiotis, E.; Giamouzis, G.; Mastrogiannis, D.; Vogiatzi, C.; Skoularigis, J.; Triposkiadis, F.; Hadjigeorgiou, G. M. (2012)
    Cognitive impairment (CI) is increasingly recognized as a common adverse consequence of heart failure (HF). Although the exact mechanisms remain unclear, microembolism, chronic or intermittent cerebral hypoperfusion, and/or ...
  • Delayed diagnosis of Prader-Willi syndrome in a 24 year-old patient 

    Kyriazis, I. A.; Mendrinos, D.; Saridi, M.; Rekliti, M.; Toska, A.; Wozniak, G.; Roupa, Z. (2010)
    Background: Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is the most common known genetic cause of life-threatening obesity in children. The purpose of the study was to present the case of a delayed diagnosis of PWS in a 24-year-old male ...
  • Patterns of cognitive impairment in neurological disease 

    Markopoulou, K. (2010)
    Cognitive impairment is present in neurodegenerative disease, usually as part of a spectrum of symptoms that includes different domains of cognitive function. While the nature of the cognitive impairment tends to be ...
  • Predicting LD on the basis of motivation, metacognition, and psychopathology: An ROC analysis 

    Sideridis, G. D.; Morgan, P. L.; Botsas, G.; Padeliadu, S.; Fuchs, D. (2006)
    We examined how strongly motivation, metacognition, and psychopathology acted as predictors of learning disabilities (LD). The results from five studies suggested that level of motivation (as shown through self-efficacy, ...