ADHD increases risk for comorbid psychiatric disorders By Mark Cowen Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder in childhood is associated with an increased risk for a broad range of comorbid psychiatric disorders in adolescence, study results show. The chance for comorbid conduct/oppositional defiant disorder was particularly elevated among children with ADHD, notice Slavica Katusic and group. ‘Screening for evaluating and controlling such comorbid conditions will reduce the likelihood of the adverse sociable and psychological outcomes reported in the research literature,’ they comment. ‘Furthermore, the burden on the families and on society all together will be lessened.’ Related StoriesADHD information on social media: an interview with Gemma RyanWhy do we rest? An interview with Professor WisdenThe results result from a retrospective research of 5718 children born between 1976 and 1982 who were followed up until the age of 19 years as part of the Rochester Epidemiology Project.He had his 15th natalizumab infusion. Of June In the 1st weeks, his symptoms progressed, with an increase of intense myoclonic jerking and moderate weakness in his remaining arm. In mid-June, MRI showed an increase in the size of the lesion, which was still thought to be related to multiple sclerosis . A PCR assay of cerebrospinal liquid for JC virus DNA was bad , based on the criteria of the Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control . The patient then received his 16th natalizumab treatment. However, his symptoms continuing to worsen, with increased weakness and twitching in his left arm.