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Verbal memory is impaired in patients with cirrhosis

Alok Madan, Kelli L. Netson, Amy L. Meidinger, Joslyn M McCoy, Jeffery J. Borckardt, Brendan M. McGuire, Adrian H. Thurstin, Beverly A. Bush.

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Sub-clinical hepatic encephalopathy is a commonly recognized cognitive sequelae of cirrhosis. Cognitive slowing and impairments in executive functioning are frequently noted; however, there is debate in the literature regarding the degree of memory dysfunction in patients with sub-clinical hepatic encephalopathy. This study aimed to evaluate memory functioning in patients with sub-clinical hepatic encephalopathy. Compared to normative data, individuals with cirrhosis performed significantly worse than their healthy peers across neuropsychological measures of verbal memory functioning. Individuals with alcohol-induced cirrhosis performed significantly worse than individuals with non-alcohol/non-hepatitis C-induced cirrhosis on a specific measure of learning and memory. It appears that cirrhosis is associated with impaired memory functioning regardless of underlying liver disease etiology and that sustained periods of excessive alcohol consumption result in greater impairments in memory functioning than hepatic insufficiency alone. Impairments in memory functioning among individuals with cirrhosis have the potential to negatively affect receipt of medical information.

Key words: liver, memory, cognitive functioning, hepatic encephalopathy, cirrhosis


 
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Alok Madan, Kelli L. Netson, Amy L. Meidinger, Joslyn M McCoy, Jeffery J. Borckardt, Brendan M. McGuire, Adrian H. Thurstin, Beverly A. Bush. Verbal memory is impaired in patients with cirrhosis. J Behav Health. 2013; 2(1): 79-86. doi:10.5455/jbh.20120508103512


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Alok Madan, Kelli L. Netson, Amy L. Meidinger, Joslyn M McCoy, Jeffery J. Borckardt, Brendan M. McGuire, Adrian H. Thurstin, Beverly A. Bush. Verbal memory is impaired in patients with cirrhosis. J Behav Health. (2013), [cited November 17, 2018]; 2(1): 79-86. doi:10.5455/jbh.20120508103512



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Alok Madan, Kelli L. Netson, Amy L. Meidinger, Joslyn M McCoy, Jeffery J. Borckardt, Brendan M. McGuire, Adrian H. Thurstin, Beverly A. Bush (2013) Verbal memory is impaired in patients with cirrhosis. J Behav Health, 2 (1), 79-86. doi:10.5455/jbh.20120508103512



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Alok Madan, Kelli L. Netson, Amy L. Meidinger, Joslyn M McCoy, Jeffery J. Borckardt, Brendan M. McGuire, Adrian H. Thurstin, Beverly A. Bush. 2013. Verbal memory is impaired in patients with cirrhosis. Journal of Behavioral Health, 2 (1), 79-86. doi:10.5455/jbh.20120508103512



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Alok Madan, Kelli L. Netson, Amy L. Meidinger, Joslyn M McCoy, Jeffery J. Borckardt, Brendan M. McGuire, Adrian H. Thurstin, Beverly A. Bush. "Verbal memory is impaired in patients with cirrhosis." Journal of Behavioral Health 2 (2013), 79-86. doi:10.5455/jbh.20120508103512



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