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118 Possible Causes for Aggressive Behavior, Paranoid State

  • Schizophrenia

    (in contrast to paranoid schizophrenics who tend to be suspicious and jumpy); and simple schizophrenics, who exhibit a "loss of interest and initiative" like the catatonic[antipsychiatry.org] In most clinicians' minds, patients with pressing needs, such as suicidal or aggressive behaviors or severe symptom exacerbations, need more immediate attention.[web.archive.org] First, they had delusions whose theme and content reminded them of delusions they had previously experienced during an acute psychotic state (particularly grandiose and paranoid[dx.doi.org]

  • Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis

    Behavior (paranoia, hallucinations, aggression, etc.)[med.upenn.edu] In the unresponsive state, affected individuals have their eyes open but are unresponsive to visual threats.[dx.doi.org] behavior (seen at a psychiatric center); progressive confusion, decreased level of consciousness; general and partial seizures, refractory status epilepticus; sedation, MV[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Paranoid Personality Disorder

    state Paranoia Paranoia querulans Paranoid psychosis Paranoid state Paraphrenia (late) Sensitiver Beziehungswahn Type 2 Excludes paranoid personality disorder ( F60.0 ) paranoid[icd10data.com] Hodgins, S, Hiscoke, UL, Freese, R ( 2003 ) The antecedents of aggressive behavior among men with schizophrenia.[apt.rcpsych.org] […] that, at that time, the author suffered from severe psychosis with aural hallucinations and paranoid delusions, organic brain damage, moderate to severe depressive periods[ar.glosbe.com]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    In both cases, mental status changed, passing through three distinct stages: restlessness and insomnia, hallucinatory paranoid state, and disturbance of consciousness.”[idmu.co.uk] In a significant numbers of users, aggressive behavior and hallucinations may occur over time. 2 Anytime a user takes high doses of amphetamines, there is a serious risk of[projectknow.com] Aggressive or violent behavior may occur, especially when high doses are ingested.[minddisorders.com]

  • Dementia

    […] and aggressive behaviors.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] 290.12 - Presenile Dementia with Delusional Features; Presenile Dementia, Paranoid Type 290.13 - Presenile Dementia with Depressive Features; Presenile Dementia, Depressed[web.archive.org] This study classified agitated behaviors into 5 main subtypes: physically agitated behaviors, destructive behaviors, verbally agitated behaviors, handling things behavior,[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    The second type concerned interictal experiences of hyperreligiosity and hallucinatory‐paranoid states.[dx.doi.org] .” — Los Angeles Times “LaPlante show how a brain scar may cause bizarre aggressive or sexual behavior—and works of profound creative imagination.”[amazon.com] This event conflates three of Geschwind's traits: hyper-religiosity, "changed" sexual behavior, and aggression.[harvardmagazine.com]

  • Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

    Aggressive or violent behavior may occur, especially when high doses are ingested.[encyclopedia.com] Paranoia and paranoid: a historical perspective. Psychol Med 1970;1:2–12. CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar 3. Tanna V. Paranoid states: a selected review.[link.springer.com] “Amphetamine psychosis, and psychoses due to other stimulants, present as a well-defined syndrome of a paranoid state with auditory and visual hallucinations in a setting[thedailybeast.com]

  • Organic Brain Syndrome

    Paranoid and paranoid-hallucinatory organic states Schizophrenia-like psychosis in epilepsy Excludes: disorder: · acute and transient psychotic ( F23.- ) · persistent delusional[apps.who.int] Medications may be needed to reduce aggressive behaviors typical of some of the conditions in this category. None Cognitive Disorder's[psychnet-uk.com] Medicines may be needed to reduce aggressive behaviors that can occur with some of the conditions. Outlook (Prognosis) Some disorders are short-term and treatable.[ufhealth.org]

  • Sociopathic Personality Disorder

    Testosterone and Aggressive Behavior in Man Menelaos L. L.[doi.org] : • Displaying features of the Borderline area (abandonment). • Paranoid features (emotional coldness, sensitiveness, a tendency of over-analysis). • Narcissism (inflated[omicsonline.org] Tremblay and Hans Schadee, Civic community and violent behavior in Italy, Aggressive Behavior, 33, 1, (56-62), (2006). Wolfgang Berner and P.[doi.org]

  • Alcohol Hallucinosis

    Aceon twin rate with clomid pay attention, storage, and effect; health, aggressive behavior, use, and mouth may include the actions.[brac.net] Definition of a disease Delirium tremens Alcoholic hallucinosis Alcoholic depression and alcoholic epilepsy Alcoholic paranoid and alcoholic nonsense of jealousy Alcoholic[herbalthera.com] 96 Conclusion 105 Abnormal Behavior in Cultural Context 111 Assessment of Abnormal Behavior across Cultures 126 Considerations in Crosscultural Treatment 133 Models for the[books.google.com]

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