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2,189 Possible Causes for Amotivation, Difficulty Rising from a Squatting Position, Mood Disorder

  • Syphilis

    Complications of tertiary syphilis include: brain damage: Depending on which part is damaged, symptoms could range from motor effects (such as tremors) to mood disorders ([] Mood disturbances were the most common psychiatric disorder in the general paresis patients, especially agitation, between the two groups (patients with general paresis who[] All of these were common psychiatric disorders in the psychiatry clinic. In the misdiagnosed group, neuropsychiatric disorder was more severe than in the control group.[]

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  • Kluver-Bucy Syndrome

    *complications en_US dc.subject.mesh Humans en_US dc.subject.mesh Male en_US dc.subject.mesh Memory Disorders/*complications en_US dc.subject.mesh Mood Disorders/*complications[] Astrocytes/pathology en_US dc.subject.mesh Biopsy en_US dc.subject.mesh Brain/pathology en_US dc.subject.mesh Brain Diseases/complications/pathology en_US dc.subject.mesh Eating Disorders[]

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  • Neurosyphilis

    The symptomatology of mood disorders in neurosyphilis is frequently atypical, intermittent, and pleomorphic and fails to meet DSM-5 diagnostic categories.[] There are a limited number of case reports of mood disorders presenting in neurosyphilis, with depressive illness being the most common.[]

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  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (mood disorders other than bipolar were not exclusionary for the alcoholic group); history of central nervous system trauma,[] Calf muscle tenderness, difficulty rising from a squatting position, and decreased vibratory sensation in the toes are early signs. Muscle wasting occurs.[] Exclusionary criteria for all subjects were the following: presence of other DSM-IV Axis I diagnoses including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity[]

  • Disorganized Schizophrenia

    Exclusion of other similar conditions, such as mood disorders, depression, bipolar disorder and drug abuse, in which case a full drug panel should be conducted.[] Schizoaffective disorder (a disorder similar to schizophrenia but with prominent mood episodes) or other mood disorder have been ruled out.[] disorders or drug abuse.[]

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  • Hallucinogen Affective Disorder

    An article on describes a phenomenon known as “amotivational syndrome” that happen to regular pot smokers: they become socially withdrawn and “perform at a level[] […] bipolar and related disorder F16.14 depressive disorder F16.14 mood F39 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code F39 Unspecified mood [affective] disorder 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific[] This Substance Related Mood Disorder is diagnosed when the clinician believes a drug or other chemical substance or Withdrawal from a drug causes symptoms suggestive of a[]

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  • Schizoaffective Disorder

    Schizophrenia, which occurs in approximately 1% of the population, may be characterized by dramatic symptoms of delusions and hallucinations, affective flattening and amotivation[] The scientific justification for SA D/O and schizophrenia as disorders distinct from a psychotic mood disorder has been questioned.[] Halikas JA, Weller RA, Morse C, Shapiro T (1982) Incidence and characteristics of amotivational syndrome, including associated findings, among chronic marijuana users.[]

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  • Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

    Absence of first-rank Schneiderian symptoms, including anhedonia, avolition, amotivation, and flat affect, further suggests amphetamine-induced psychosis.[] 292.11 Amphetamine-Induced Psychotic Disorder with Delusions 292.12 Amphetamine-Induced Psychotic Disorder with Hallucinations 292.84 Amphetamine-Induced Mood Disorder 292.89[] Amphetamine -induced psychotic disorder,with delusions. Amphetamine disorder,with hallucinations. Amphetamine -induced mood disorder.[]

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  • Catatonia

    Aggressivity Stereotypies Tics Grimacing Echolalia Echopraxia Perseveration Verbigeration Staring, gaze fixation Withdrawal Immobility Challenging behaviour Tremor Slowness Amotivation[] Overall, the data raise the possibility that KS is either a variant of mood disorder, or a distinct clinical entity.[] Many psychiatric disorders have been reported to occur in people with VCFS including, but not limited to schizophrenia, unipolar and bipolar mood disorders (with or without[]

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  • Anxiety Disorder

    Husain, The anatomy of apathy: A neurocognitive framework for amotivated behaviour, Neuropsychologia, 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.07.003, (2017).[] Being female, having a mood disorder or comorbid mood and anxiety disorder (relative to anxiety) and a disorder onset in adolescence or adulthood (relative to childhood) predicted[] The efficacy of AE treatment of patients affected by epilepsy and mood disorders has also directed clinicians to investigate possible AE benefits in treating other mental[]

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