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Genetics in Medicine
The results support the possible role of homocysteine as a risk factor for psychological and psychiatric problems and cognitive deficits and suggest that earlier diagnosis and treatment may reduce risk of their occurrences. Although early treatment clearly prevented serious medical complications, psychological and psychiatric symptoms were not associated with medical complications, highlighting the need for continued investigation.doi:10.1038/s41436-018-0419-4 pmid:30643218 fatcat:muqd7ut2vjfahjb6nwlvpgyzle