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NINCDSNational Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke (US NIH)
NINCDSNational Institute of Neurological and Communicative Diseases and Stroke (US NIH)
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And so we come to what was originally called the NINCDS (National Institute for Neurological Diseases and Stroke) Conference.
When operationalized criteria were applied, most but not all of the clinically diagnosed AD cases met the NINCDS ADRDA criteria for probable AD.
The NINCDS also supports studies of spontaneous language recovery in the first few months of aphasia.
Report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School to Examine the Definition of Brain Death," Journal of the American Medical Association 205 (1968), 337-40; "Conference on Medical Royal Colleges and their Faculties in the UK: Diagnosis of Death," British Medical Journal 2 (November 13, 1976), 1187-88; "The NINCDS collaborative Study of Brain Death" (Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1980); "guidelines for the Determination of Death: Report of the Medical consultants on the Diagnosis of Death to the President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research," Neurology 32 (1982), 395-99; "Report of Special Task Force: Guidelines for the Determination of Brain Death in Children," Pediatrics 80 (1987), 298-301.
As one NINCDS scientist puts it, "These children could say, 'We went swimming today' perfectly, but they couldn't change it to say the same thing with different words.
Gajdusek, also of NINCDS, and Michael Lerman, Wesley McBride and Umberto Saffiotti, all of the National Cancer Institute.
The accreditation of chiropractic colleges (1974), the NINCDS Conference (1975), the establishment of the FCER by the ACA to support chiropractic research, the establishment of specialty fellowship programs and the CMCC residency programs, the establishment of the CFSR in Canada to provide financial support for research, these and other events at this time created impetus for chiropractors to explore the science of chiropractic as part of the scientific research community.
The information documented as part of the GMS/ HAS interview also allowed a diagnosis of dementia to be made according to NINCDS ADRDA criteria [17], the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, third edition, revised (DSM-III-R) criteria [18], the Hachinski Scale [19], the McKeith et al.
All patients fulfilled the DSMIIIR criteria for dementia and the NINCDS criteria for probable Alzheimer's disease according to McKhann et al.
Dementia was diagnosed according the NINCDS ADRDA [19], DSM-III-R [20], the Hachinski scale [21], criteria for SDLT [22] and the HAS AGECAT [15].