Answer to Question #83098 in Other English for Khutso
1.NCDs involve a significant deficit in cognition and are present since birth or develop during early childhood
2.medical assessment and determining specific aetiology for the presenting NCD are important components of the diagnostic process regarding NCD
3.in the dsm-5 classification system, the criteria for diagnosing NCD are all based on the following dimensions complex attention, executive function,learning and memory, language, perceptual motor and social cognition
4.the underlying pathology that produces the NCDs also indicates the nature and age of onset of the different subtypes of NCD
1.NCDs involve a significant deficit in cognition and are present since birth or develop during early childhood.
This statement is inaccurate one, as definition of the NCDs in DSM-V is : «The NCDs are those in which impaired cognition has not been present since birth or very early life, and thus represents a decline from a previously attained level of functioning.»