Atrophy of the corpus callosum in chronic alcoholism
Some medical records did not contain sufficient information to make a definitive diagnosis of chronic alcoholism
by the DSM-IV criteria alone.
has not been well defined in the literature and among clinicians; bleeding and liver disorders, neurological deficits, and other system problems are common.
Cerebral Edema (Wet Brain) in Chronic Alcoholism
The autopsy provides anatomical evidence that O'Neill's liver, other brain regions and testes, organs frequently affected by chronic alcoholism
, were normal.
The health care industry has failed to educate, regulate or sanction anti-porn crusaders who are pushing the same "12-Step Model" that is used to treat chronic alcoholism
, according to Libby.
Dr Richard Knights who conducted the post mortem, said he had died from acute cardiac dysrhythmia and that chronic alcoholism
had caused this.
The court heard Mr Grove, who had a history of chronic alcoholism
, was found lying on the floor at around 12.
The incident comes three months after Gascoigne was discharged from a rehab clinic in Arizona, US, where he had been receiving treatment for chronic alcoholism
We believe that many of the cognitive and emotional deficits observed in people with chronic alcoholism
, including memory problems and flat affect, are related to disconnections that result from a loss of white matter," said Mosher Ruiz.
But they were in her name because he couldn't be trusted due to his chronic alcoholism
MBD is a rare disease associated with chronic alcoholism