Differentiated Therapy of Cognitive Disorders in Schizophrenia Taking into Account the Dynamics of Clinical and Sociological Parameters


  • Khamroev S. B. Bukhara State Medical Institute




schizophrenia, cognitive disorders, social maladaptation, negative symptoms, treatment tactics, neuroleptics


Cognitive functions are important indicators of the condition of patients with schizophrenia and determine the social prognosis of the disease, the degree of labor and social maladaptation of patients. The study of clinical and social factors and their significance in the assessment of cognitive disorders, especially cognitive disorders, is of great importance for determining modern methods of treatment of patients with schizophrenia. New directions of differentiated therapy and tactics have been developed for various manifestations of cognitive disorders, taking into account the dynamics of clinical and sociological parameters of the disease.


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How to Cite

S. B., K. . (2022). Differentiated Therapy of Cognitive Disorders in Schizophrenia Taking into Account the Dynamics of Clinical and Sociological Parameters. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH SYSTEMS AND MEDICAL SCIENCES, 1(5), 127–131. https://doi.org/10.51699/ijhsms.v1i5.392