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416 Possible Causes for Aggressive Behavior, Dysphasia

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Aggressive behavior was operationalized as the shock intensities administered to the fictitious opponent under conditions of low and high provocation.[] Abstract This study investigated the relationships between provocation, acute alcohol intoxication, impaired frontal-lobe function, and aggressive behavior.[] We predicted that 5-HT augmentation would be associated with lower aggressive behavior overall, and also reduce the aggression facilitating effects of acute alcohol intoxication[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    […] areas 40 has been reported for patients with AD who manifest aggressive behavior.[] Sheffield Test for Acquired Language Disorders (STALD) [ 32 ]: Developed as a nonspecialist clinical aid to help identify dysphasia.[] Language In the Ballard The DART‐AD Trial for the STALD, assessing dysphasia, there was no significant difference between the continue treatment and placebo groups. 3.[]

  • Dementia

    […] and aggressive behaviors.[] Language In the Ballard The DART‐AD Trial for the STALD, assessing dysphasia, there was no significant difference between the continue treatment and placebo groups. 3.[] Disturbance; Aggressive Behavior; Combative Behavior; Violent Behavior; Wandering off 294.8 - Persistent Mental Disorders Due to Conditions Classified Elsewhere, Other; Amnestic[]

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    Abstract Seizures associated with temporal lobe tumors may rarely manifest as episodic aggressive behavior.[] People with a temporal lobe brain tumor may experience speech problems, or dysphasia. Dysphasia is a complete or partial impairment in a person’s ability to communicate.[] Impairment of consciousness and apprehension together with dysphasia occurred.[]

  • Temporal Lobe Disorder

    Preictal symptoms of depression are believed to present as symptoms of irritability, poor frustration tolerance, motor hyperactivity, and aggressive behavior in children with[] Examination The problems of examining difficulties of speech and comprehension are discussed in the separate Dysarthria and Dysphasia article.[] It could include symptoms of repetitive, highly unusual, aggressive and self-injurious behavior.[]

  • Delirium

    The forensic pathologist should consider cocaine-induced excited delirium when an individual exhibits aggressive behavior, unexpected strength, and resistance to pain who[] High Jeffs et al. [ 27 ] 648 CAM Medical ward Patients with severe dysphasia, life expectancy of Eighty-eight patients (13.6%) had dementia at baseline The intervention comprised[] CASE REPORT: We report a cluster of 7 patients who experienced a spectrum of anxiety, delirium, psychosis, and aggressive behaviors after smoking the same SC-containing product[]

  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    Can cause: Less Common Side Effects behavioral disturbances (aggression, psychosis) TEGRETOL (CARBAMAZEPINE) Can cause Less Common Side Effects With regular Tegretol , a wide[] Features which help to localize the side of origin of the seizures include: Postictal nose wiping - ipsilateral lobe Aphasia or dysphasia - dominant lobe Unilateral sensory[] It is not uncommon for this seizure condition to be complicated by memory impairment, loss of humor, obsessiveness, anger, aggression or prolonged amnesia.[]

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    .” — Los Angeles Times “LaPlante show how a brain scar may cause bizarre aggressive or sexual behavior—and works of profound creative imagination.”[] […] gastrorintestinal, pallor, piloerection, respiratory Cognitive/psychic – Déjà vu or jamais vu, dissociation, depersonalization or derealization, forced thinking, aphasia/dysphasia[] This event conflates three of Geschwind's traits: hyper-religiosity, "changed" sexual behavior, and aggression.[]

  • Transient Ischemic Attack

    Population-based study of behavior immediately after transient ischemic attack and minor stroke in 1000 consecutive patients: lessons for public education.[] […] components of the risk scores were associated with positive DWI, including symptom duration or 60 minutes (13 studies, odds ratio [OR], 1.50; 95% CI, 1.16 to 1.96; P 0.004), dysphasia[] This condition is known as dysphasia. In fact, dysphasia is sometimes the only symptom of a ministroke.[]

  • MELAS Syndrome

    A 4-year-old boy presented with developmental delay, aggressive behavior, and incoordination. His EEG showed a diffuse encephalopathy.[] Unfortunately he exhibits significant residual dysphasia and reduced cognition and is unable to continue at mainstream school.[] On discharge she had a left homonymous hemianopia, dysphasia, left-sided hemi-neglect and ataxia.[]

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