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Psychiatry Research, ISSN 0165-1781, 02/2019, Volume 272, pp. 499 - 506
Difficulty discarding is the core behavioral symptom of hoarding disorder (HD). Patients with HD report greater subjective distress when discarding their own... 
Hoarding disorder | Discarding | Psychophysiology | Assessment | PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES | RDOC | PSYCHIATRY | FEAR | DIFFICULTIES | DECISION-MAKING | HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY | EMOTION REGULATION | FRAMEWORK | ANXIETY DISORDERS | NEURAL MECHANISMS | Medical research | Medical colleges | Care and treatment | Heart beat | Arrhythmia | Carbon dioxide | Medicine, Experimental | Anxiety | Skin
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Psychiatry research, 12/2018, Volume 272, p. 499
Difficulty discarding is the core behavioral symptom of hoarding disorder (HD). Patients with HD report greater subjective distress when discarding their own... 
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by Khemani, Robinder and Khemani, Robinder G and Smith, Lincoln and Smith, Rebecca and Lopez-Fernandez, Yolanda M and Kwok, Jeni and Morzov, Rica and Klein, Margaret J and Yehya, Nadir and Willson, Douglas and Kneyber, Martin and Kneyber, Martin C J and Lillie, Jon and Fernandez, Analia and Newth, Christopher J L and Newth, Christopher and Jouvet, Philippe and Thomas, Neal J and Thomas, Neal and Abaleke, Eugenia and Ackerman, Kate G and Acuña, Carlos and Adu-Darko, Michelle and Affolter, Jeremy T and Agbeko, Rachel and Al Amoudi, Ahmed and Alahmadti, Ahmad and Aldairi, Nedaa and Alibrahim, Omar and Allen, Kiona and Allen, Christine and Al-Subu, Awni and Althabe, María and Alvear, Jimena and Anil, Ayse Berna and Anthony, Heather and Aramburo, Angela and Arjona Villanueva, David and Ashtari, Neda and Ávila Vera, Antonio and Baines, Paul and Bales, Melissa and Barr, Samantha and Barry, Dana and Baudin, Florent and Beca, John and Belfield, Holly and Beltramo, Fernando and Benken, Laura and Bhalla, Anoopindar and Blom, Andrea and Botta, Priscila and Bourgoin, Pierre and Brezmes, Marta and Briassoulis, George and Bridier, Armelle and Brierley, Joe and Brio Sanagustin, Sonia and Broden, Elizabeth and Butt, Warwick and Bysani, Kris and Camilo, Cristina and Camporesi, Anna and Campos-Miño, Santiago and Can, Fulya Kamit and Capocasa, Patricia and Caro I, Daniel and Carroll, Christopher and Castellani, Pablo and Castillo, Andres E and Chen, Yang and Chima, Ranjit S and Chiusolo, Fabrizio and Cinquegrani, Karina and Coates, Bria and Coronado-Munoz, Alvaro and Cortéz, Ambar and Cruces Romero, Pablo and Cullimore, Melissa and Cvijanovich, Natalie and Dahmer, Mary K and Deep, Akash and Delzoppo, Carmel and Di Nardo, Matteo and Díaz, Franco and Dijkstra, Sandra and Dockery, W. Keith and Dominguez, Troy E and Dumitrascu, Mariana and Dursun, Oguz and Dwarakanathan, Buvana and Elghuwael, Ismail and Emeriaud, Guillaume and Erickson, Simon and Español, Segundo Fernando and Estil, Jim Brian and Feather, Calandra and Feinstein, Yael and Fernández, Analía and Ferreyra, Marcela and ... and Pediat Acute Lung Injury Sepsis In and Pediat Acute Resp Distress Syndrom and Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress syndrome Incidence and Epidemiology (PARDIE) Investigators and Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis Investigators (PALISI) Network
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, ISSN 2213-2600, 02/2019, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 115 - 128
Paediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome (PARDS) is associated with high mortality in children, but until recently no paediatric-specific diagnostic... 
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Sunday Gazette - Mail, 06/2006
  [LISA Quencer] and her husband, Brett, began a crash course in cancer, researching treatment options and centers. They decided on Charleston Area Medical... 
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