IEED

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AcronymDefinition
IEEDOffice of Indian Energy and Economic Development (US DOI)
IEEDInvoluntary Emotional Expression Disorder
IEEDIndo-European Etymological Dictionary (Leiden University; Netherlands; research project)
IEEDInstitute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (Lancaster University Management School; UK)
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Involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED) has been found to occur in 16.8% of PD patients, and in 15.3% if comorbid depressive disorder was excluded.
Frequency and correlates of involuntary emotional expression disorder. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 2009 ; 21:406-412.
Involuntary emotional expression disorder: treating the untreated, CNS Spectr.
Involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED) is also known as pseudobulbar affect and pathologic laughing or crying.
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.
Involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED) is a condition that manifests as episodes of crying, laughing, or both and is a result of structural brain damage (Cummings et al., 2006; Schiffer & Pope, 2005).
Involuntary emotional expression disorder is a condition that can severely affect a patient's quality of life.
Defining and diagnosing involuntary emotional expression disorder. CNS Spectrums, 11, 1-7.
Involuntary emotional expression disorder: definition, diagnosis, and measurement scales.
Patients with IEED might describe more concern about affect dysregulation than mood swings MS: multiple sclerosis; IEED: involuntary emotional expression disorder
Among scales that measure involuntary emotional expression disorder (IEED) severity, 2 have been used in studies of IEED therapeutic efficacy (see Related Resources): (12,19,20)