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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SW / sleepwalking

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Long Form:   sleepwalking
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2021 An Unusual Case of Drunk Driving in Japan: Alcohol-Related Sleepwalking. ---
2021 Association of Sleepwalking and REM Sleep Behavior Disorder With Parkinson Disease in Men. OR, PD, REM
2021 NonREM Disorders of Arousal and Related Parasomnias: an Updated Review. NREM, RLS, SRED, ST
2020 Sleepwalking and sleep-related eating associated with atypical antipsychotic medications: Case series and systematic review of literature. CPAP, NREM, OSA, SRE
2017 Demographic, Clinical and Polysomnographic Characteristics of Childhood- and Adult-Onset Sleepwalking in Adults. EEG, vPSG
2017 Specific motor patterns of arousal disorders in adults: avideo-polysomnographic analysis of 184 episodes. ADs, vPSG
2016 Sleepwalking. ---
2014 A scale for assessing the severity of arousal disorders. ST
2014 Objective daytime sleepiness in patients with somnambulism or sleep terrors. MSLT, ST
10  2013 Psychopathologic correlates of adult sleepwalking. BAI, BDI-II, PSG, SCL-90-R
11  2013 Sleepwalking, REM sleep behaviour disorder and overlap parasomnia in patients with Parkinson's disease. PD, RBD
12  2011 Incidence and Remission of Parasomnias among Adolescent Children in the Tucson Children's Assessment of Sleep Apnea (TuCASA) Study. EN, ST, TR, TuCASA
13  2011 Sleepwalking in Parkinson's disease: a questionnaire-based survey. PD, RBD
14  2007 A review of sleepwalking (somnambulism): the enigma of neurophysiology and polysomnography with differential diagnosis of complex partial seizures. ---
15  2001 Sexual behavior in sleep, sleepwalking and possible REM behavior disorder: a case report. RBD, SBS
16  2000 Sleep architecture, slow wave activity, and sleep spindles in adult patients with sleepwalking and sleep terrors. PSG, ST, SWA, SWS
17  1998 Analysis of polysomnographic events surrounding 252 slow-wave sleep arousals in thirty-eight adults with injurious sleepwalking and sleep terrors. HR, ST, SWS
18  1998 [Alertness disorders and parasomnias of the wakefulness-sleep transition]. CA, ST
19  1996 Fear of suicide during sleepwalking. ST
20  1995 Arousal fluctuations in non-rapid eye movement parasomnias: the role of cyclic alternating pattern as a measure of sleep instability. CAP, NREM, SE, ST
21  1993 Additional categories of sleep-related eating disorders and the current status of treatment. OSA, PLM
22  1991 Sleep-related eating disorders: polysomnographic correlates of a heterogeneous syndrome distinct from daytime eating disorders. PMS