PIGD

AcronymDefinition
PIGDParallel In-Gel Digestion (proteins)
PIGDPre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (in-vitro fertilization)
PIGDPostural Instability and Gait Difficulty (neurocognitive performance)
PIGDPostural Instability and Gait Disorder (neuroscience)
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Crossing the grounds, they looked down into the little race track on the bed of a natural amphitheater where the early afternoon games were to take place.
Part of the time, the Milanese use it for a race track, and at other seasons they flood it with water and have spirited yachting regattas there.
97) Range 1-29 1-29 Gender, n (%) Female 105 (51%) 88 (54%) Male 101 (49%) 75 (46%) Race, n (%) White 182 (89%) 148 (91%) Nonwhite 23 (11%) 14 (9%) Clinical subtype, n (%) PIGD 108 (55%) 85 (56%) Mixed 22 (11%) 18 (12%) Tremor 65 (33%) 49 (32%) Dementia, n (%) 51 (29%) 35 (25%) Depression 64 (31%) 51 (31%) Hoehn&Yahr, mean (sd) 2.
Motor decline Most patients with DLB and PDD had postural instability gait difficulty (PIGD); tremor dominant and PIGD types evenly distributed in PD group; PIGD significantly associated with increased cognitive decline.
PIGD, OLS, TUG, FOG, HY, and sex were entered into our stepwise multiple regressions, and TUG, OLS, and sex were identified as significant (p < 0.