Of or pertaining to neuropsychiatry; simultaneously neurological and psychiatric. (adjective)
Examples of word neuropsychiatric
Joseph Cotten plays a soldier on furlough from a military hospital where he has been treated for wounds suffered in the South Pacific, and for what were then called neuropsychiatric issues.
However, he said the company would continue studies looking at whether Tamiflu might cause what are known as neuropsychiatric behaviors.
This approach is broadly applicable to more heterogeneous traits such as neuropsychiatric disorders, with 50% of previously identified genes within candidate intervals ranking either highest or second highest correlated gene using an autism-related expression module.
In a recent article in the same journal that published Khachaturian's editorial, Constantine Lyketsos and others argue that "neuropsychiatric symptoms NPS are core features of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias."
In 2009, after 15-year-old Cody Miller of Queensbury, NY was given Singulair for hay fever and took his own life 17 days later, Singulair was given a stronger warning for "neuropsychiatric" side effects.
In 2009 the drug was given the agency's toughest boxed warning discussing "serious neuropsychiatric events" including suicidal behavior.
About one in five children will have neuropsychiatric side effects, possibly including anxiety and suicidal behavior.
Bottiglieri T. "Folate, vitamin B12 and neuropsychiatric disorders."