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Year Number of Results
1945 2
1946 5
1947 7
1948 4
1949 4
1951 8
1952 28
1953 47
1954 73
1955 79
1956 89
1957 84
1958 69
1959 74
1960 72
1961 48
1962 30
1963 1
1964 6
1965 83
1966 184
1967 225
1968 242
1969 243
1970 260
1971 336
1972 389
1973 360
1974 423
1975 400
1976 455
1977 463
1978 429
1979 544
1980 537
1981 586
1982 584
1983 630
1984 702
1985 724
1986 815
1987 819
1988 922
1989 903
1990 1019
1991 945
1992 797
1993 879
1994 828
1995 825
1996 796
1997 841
1998 895
1999 904
2000 860
2001 820
2002 933
2003 960
2004 997
2005 1069
2006 1132
2007 1240
2008 1290
2009 1291
2010 1317
2011 1346
2012 1439
2013 1562
2014 1630
2015 1510
2016 1400
2017 1313
2018 1222
2019 516
2020 6
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The biology of addiction
MacNicol B. Can J Anaesth 2017 - Review. PMID 27837404
Genetic predisposition, psychological and environmental risk factors, the timing of exposure to the substance, the type of substance used, and the frequency of use influence the individual's susceptibility to addiction. ...These changes are enduring and can trigger substance use relapse even after long periods of abstinence....
Genetic predisposition, psychological and environmental risk factors, the timing of exposure to the substance, the type of substan
Substance-induced psychoses: a critical review of the literature.
Fiorentini A, et al. Curr Drug Abuse Rev 2011 - Review. PMID 21999698
This paper reviews the literature concerning the properties of psychotogenic substances and the psychotic symptoms they can give rise to, and discusses the association between substance abuse and psychosis with particular emphasis on the differential diagnosis of a primary and substance-induced psychotic disorder. ...There remains a striking paucity of information on the outcomes, treatments, and best practices of substance-induced psychotic episodes....
This paper reviews the literature concerning the properties of psychotogenic substances and the psychotic symptoms they can give rise to, an …
Etiological theories of addiction: A comprehensive update on neurobiological, genetic and behavioural vulnerability
Ouzir M and Errami M. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 2016 - Review. PMID 27306332
The reasons for this use are multiple: e.g. to augment the sensation of pleasure or to reduce the withdrawal and other aversive effects of a given substance. ...This review offers a comprehensive update of the different theories about the etiology of addictive behaviors with emphasis on the neurobiological, environmental, psychopathological, behavioural and genetic aspects of addictions, discussed from an evolutionary perspective. ...
The reasons for this use are multiple: e.g. to augment the sensation of pleasure or to reduce the withdrawal and other aversive effects of a …
Can Neonates Get the Munchies?
Nienaber TA, et al. Clin Pediatr (Phila) 2018. PMID 28952342
Substance of abuse and movement disorders: complex interactions and comorbidities.
Deik A, et al. Curr Drug Abuse Rev 2012 - Review. PMID 23030352 Free PMC article.
The relationship between movement disorders and substance abuse, which we previously reviewed, is updated. We examine these relationships bidirectionally with focus on drugs of abuse that are known to cause movement disorders, as well as primary movement disorders that are associated with use and abuse of alcohol and dopaminergic medications. ...We then comment on the interaction between alcoholism and alcohol-responsive movement disorders, such as essential tremor and myoclonus-dystonia. ...
The relationship between movement disorders and substance abuse, which we previously reviewed, is updated. We examine these re …
Tobacco and alcohol use disorders: Evaluating multimorbidity.
MacLean RR, et al. Addict Behav 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29127785
There is growing interest in applying the multimorbidity model for mental health disorders - i.e. the interactive effects of co-occurring diagnoses. ...Veterans with concurrent AUD and TUD (N=153,397), as compared to those with AUD only (N=191,900) or with TUD only (N=643,377), had significantly higher rates of homelessness [odd ratios (ORs)=1.24, 1.68], hepatic disease (ORs=1.11, 2.18), substance use disorders (ORs=1.42, 3.14), receipt of a VA disability pension (ORs=1.26, 1.30) and use of substance and mental health outpatient services (ORs=1.04, 1.12). ...
There is growing interest in applying the multimorbidity model for mental health disorders - i.e. the interactive effects of co-occur …
Cocaine psychosis
Baker FM. J Natl Med Assoc 1989 - Review. PMID 2674466 Free PMC article.
Concurrent Use of Cannabis and Alcohol: Neuropsychiatric Effect Consequences
Romaguera A, et al. CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets 2017 - Review. PMID 28440194
Most of them studied the relation between cannabis and alcohol, and with them combined to other substances of abuse, but only a few considered their concurrent effect among mental disorders (ADHD, bipolar disorder) and neuropsychological performance. ...
Most of them studied the relation between cannabis and alcohol, and with them combined to other substances of abuse, but only a few consider …
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