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75 Possible Causes for Abasia

  • Conversion Disorder

    […] physical causes this Somatoform Disorder can be confused with a physical illness that affects sensory (e.g. anesthesia, blindness) or voluntary motor functioning (e.g. astasia-abasia[behavenet.com] […] malingering [conscious simulation] ( Z76.5 ) Dissociative and conversion disorders Approximate Synonyms Abnormal movement co-occurrent and due to conversion disorder Astasia-abasia[icd10data.com] […] to identify these conditions resulting from any cause Type 1 Excludes congenital cerebral palsy ( G80.- ) functional quadriplegia ( R53.2 ) hysterical paralysis ( F44.4 ) Abasia[icd10data.com]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    Astasia-abasia, hysterical Dissociative reaction of state Compensation neurosis Ganser's syndrome, hysterical Conversion hysteria Hysteria NOS Conversion reaction Multiple[centralx.com] The 'abnormal movements , gait, gait disturbance {aslasia abasia) is usually characterized by a wide-based, staggering, Jerky, dramatic and irregular gait with exaggerated[rxpgonline.com]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    10-CM F44.4 Conversion disorder with motor symptom or deficit Or: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM F44.6 Conversion disorder with sensory symptom or deficit Approximate Synonyms Astasia-abasia[icd9data.com] […] physical causes this Somatoform Disorder can be confused with a physical illness that affects sensory (e.g. anesthesia, blindness) or voluntary motor functioning (e.g. astasia-abasia[web.archive.org] Stickler and Alice Cheung-Patton, Astasia-Abasia, Clinical Pediatrics, 28, 1, (12), (1989).[doi.org]

  • Psychogenic Movement Disorders

    […] the most common feature in patients with PMD combined with a PGD (II-1) and buckling of the knee pattern was the most common type of pure PGD (II-2), followed by astasia-abasia[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Patients may have astasia-abasia, characterized by the ability to maintain good balance despite bizarre swaying and contortions of the body.[bcm.edu] […] malingering [conscious simulation] ( Z76.5 ) Dissociative and conversion disorders Approximate Synonyms Abnormal movement co-occurrent and due to conversion disorder Astasia-abasia[icd10data.com]

  • Ganser Syndrome

    Abasia is described as the inability to walk or as uncoordinated walking, while preserving mobility of the lower limbs.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] However, after the application of diagnostic procedures and a change in family circumstances, the patient was diagnosed with a psychogenic movement disorder, astasia-abasia[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] CONCLUSION: Presenting a case of psychogenic astasia-abasia in children contributes to a better understanding and differentiating between conditions with a clinical presentation[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Abulia

    It is also known as Blocq's disease (which also refers to abasia and astasia-abasia).[2] Abulia was originally considered to be a disorder of the will.[cyborganthropology.com] It is also known as Blocq's disease (which also refers to abasia and astasia-abasia ). [5] Symptoms and signs [ edit ] The clinical condition denoted aboulia was first described[en.wikipedia.org] Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 92: 161-167 Robinson, Victor, ed. (1939). " Bloq's disease, abulia, defined and described under the entry for abasia ".[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Synorchism

    (infection) - see Human immunodeficiency virus (disease) (illness) (infection) Abactio - see Abortion, induced Abactus venter - see Abortion, induced Abarognosis 781.99 Abasia[icd9.chrisendres.com]

  • Acute Catarrhal Tonsillitis

    (infection) - see Human immunodeficiency virus (disease) (illness) (infection) Abactio - see Abortion, induced Abactus venter - see Abortion, induced Abarognosis 781.99 Abasia[icd9.chrisendres.com]

  • Lenegre Disease

    (infection) - see Human immunodeficiency virus (disease) (illness) (infection) Abactio - see Abortion, induced Abactus venter - see Abortion, induced Abarognosis 781.99 Abasia[icd9.chrisendres.com]

  • Psychogenic Cough

    Differential attention in the treatment of astasia-abasia. J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry 1978;9:369-71. 5. Kravitz H, Gomberg RM, Burnstine RC, Hagler S, Korach A.[ijpm.info]

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