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Dr. Daniel Yohanna Md

5841 S Maryland Ave Mc 3077
Chicago IL 60637
773 026-6751
Medical School: Rush Medical College Of Rush University - 1982
Accepts Medicare: Yes
Participates In eRX: Yes
Participates In PQRS: No
Participates In EHR: Yes
License #: 036067195
NPI: 1659491264
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An examination of adults on antipsychotic medication at risk for metabolic syndrome: a comparison with obese and eating disorder populations. - European eating disorders review : the journal of the Eating Disorders Association
Little research has explored how eating disorders (ED) may be involved in the increased risk for metabolic syndrome in adults on antipsychotic medication. This pilot study compared participants on antipsychotic medication with obese and ED samples with respect to demographic and psychosocial factors. Participants (antipsychotic medication n = 12; obese n = 12; ED n = 12), were adults presenting to an outpatient psychiatry department (83.3% women; M age = 45.75 ± 11.5). Analysis of variance, analysis of covariance and chi-square tests were used to compare the samples. Participants on antipsychotic medications had a significantly lower mean body mass index than the obese (p < .001) and ED (p < .05) samples, as well as significantly lower Restraint Total scores (p < .05) and subjective binge episode frequency (p < .05) than the ED sample. The lack of significant differences that occurred between the antipsychotic medication sample and two eating disorder samples significantly different from one another indicates that this population may have unique symptomology and treatment needs.Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and Eating Disorders Association.
Spatial serial order processing in schizophrenia. - Schizophrenia research
The aim of this study was to examine serial order processing deficits in 21 schizophrenia patients and 16 age- and education-matched healthy controls. In a spatial serial order working memory task, one to four spatial targets were presented in a randomized sequence. Subjects were required to remember the locations and the order in which the targets were presented. Patients showed a marked deficit in ability to remember the sequences compared with controls. Increasing the number of targets within a sequence resulted in poorer memory performance for both control and schizophrenia subjects, but the effect was much more pronounced in the patients. Targets presented at the end of a long sequence were more vulnerable to memory error in schizophrenia patients. Performance deficits were not attributable to motor errors, but to errors in target choice. The results support the idea that the memory errors seen in schizophrenia patients may be due to saturating the working memory network at relatively low levels of memory load.

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