IEED can occur in neurological conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, seizure disorders, multiple system atrophy, corticobasal degeneration, and Alzheimer's disease.
IEED is described as sudden episodes of laughing or crying that may be spontaneous or disproportionate to the triggering stimuli.
In response to a solicitation of proposals the IEED
published in the Federal Register on July 13, 2011, the NADBI grant program received 79 tribal funding requests totaling approximately $7.8 million.
Because of the rapidly progressive nature of ALS, the nurse should monitor the patient's condition for changes, such as changes in respiratory status (Houde & Mangolds, 1999; Houseman, 2008), muscle weakness or spasticity (Houde & Mangolds, 1999), IEED
(Robinson-Smith & Grill, 2007), speech and swallowing problems (Houde & Mangolds, 1999), or malnutrition (Cline, 2006), and treat the symptoms as they arise or refer the patient to other specialists on the multidisciplinary team or in the community, if needed (Houde & Marigolds, 1999).
For the collection and interpretation of the cognate words, I have relied heavily on the works of colleagues in the IEED
project: Kloekhorst 2008 for Anatolian, Alexander Lubotsky's Indo-Iranian database, Robert Beekes forthcoming, for Greek, Derksen 2008 for Slavic, and Derksen forthcoming for Baltic (p.
It's estimated that more than 1 million people in the United States have IEED
. The disorder has been associated with cerebrovascular accident, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and traumatic brain injury.
Zenvia, AVANIR's lead product candidate for the treatment of involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED
), is the subject of an approvable letter from the FDA and future development plans for this product candidate are under consideration.
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MS patients may experience pathological laughing and crying--also known as involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED
)--a neurologic phenomenon that causes uncontrollable laughing, crying, or anger in the absence of subjective emotional distress.
Abstract: Involuntary crying or laughing are symptoms of a condition known as involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED
Institut d Excellence en Energies Decarbonees (IEED
, institute of excellence in the field of low-carbon energy) to conduct the Genesys research and development programme complies with the EU rules on state aid.
Patients with involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED
)--a neurologic disorder that manifests as brief bouts of uncontrollable crying, laughing, or both--may appear to have bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression, or another psychiatric disorder.