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675 Possible Causes for Artefact - Patient Movement, Depersonalization, Impaired Judgement

  • Depression

    Excessive movement or other artefact meant that three patients were removed from the ASL analyses and four from the RSFC (SI Appendix), leaving sample sizes of 16 (mean age[] Results Nineteen patients with diagnoses of treatment resistant major depression completed pre-treatment and one-day post-treatment fMRI scanning.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    The person’s perception and judgement may be significantly impaired. 0.25 percent: This results in impairment of all mental, sensory, and physical capabilities so great that[] Emotional exhaustion and depersonalization domains of burnout were strongly associated with alcohol abuse/dependence.[] […] irritation, anger, loss of meaning, varieties of fatigue, ambivalence, ruminations of different kinds, hyper-reflectivity, thought pressure, psychological anxiety, varieties of depersonalization[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    ; disrupted insight, judgement, and thought; reduced processing speed; distractibility; and deficits in executive functions such as abstract reasoning, planning, problem-solving[] […] frontal atrophy may have impaired post-retrieval evaluation processes leading the patient to falsely conclude, based on more general characteristics of the study episode,[] Memory loss, the most common cognitive impairment among head-injured people, occurs in 20–79% of people with closed head trauma, depending on severity.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Schizophrenia

    Both cases revealed ASEs reflecting the central dimensions of BSD as well as prototypical aspects of depersonalization.[] RESULTS: In group CP, male gender, expansive mood and ideation, derealization/depersonalization, visual hallucinations, and disturbances of sensorium were more frequent than[] Relationship of metacognition, absorption, and depersonalization in patients with auditory hallucinations.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Paranoid Personality Disorder

    […] self control because of his mental impairment caused by the disorder.[] “His paranoid personality disorder meant he could not make a rational judgement.[] "What he did was irrational but his disorder had totally impaired his ability to exercise self control.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Cannabis Abuse

    The acute effects of short‐term cannabis use ( Volkow 2014 ) include impaired memory ( Solowij 2008 ); impaired motor co‐ordination with an associated increased risk of involvement[] A. ( 1986 ) Prolonged depersonalization following cannabis abuse. British Journal of Addiction, 81, 140 – 142. Linszman, D. H., Dingemans, P. M. & Lenior, M.[] A. ( 1986 ) Prolonged depersonalization following cannabis abuse . British Journal of Addiction , 81 , 140 – 142 . Linszman , D. H. , Dingemans , P. M. & Lenior , M.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Brain Neoplasm

    Temporal lobe neoplasms may lead to depersonalization, emotional changes, and behavioral disturbances.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    This presents as impairment of short-term memory (also called working memory) and of judgement about the recency of events.[] Impairment of this ability to categorise means reduction in both ability and fluency in listing categories.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Multiple sclerosis (MS, disseminated sclerosis, encephalomyelitis disseminata) is an inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. Multiple sclerosis is divided into the following categories: Relapsing-remitting MS, Secondary progressive MS, Primary progressive MS and Progressive-relapsing MS. Individuals[…][]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Acute Anxiety

    Symptoms Symptoms include dissociative symptoms such as numbing, detachment, a reduction in awareness of the surroundings, derealization, or depersonalization; re-experiencing[] I continue to feel depersonalization and derealization, yet i can objectively recognize them for what they are and ignore them - they feel like a physical symptom, not a psychological[] ., “being in a daze”) Derealization Depersonalization Dissociative amnesia (i.e., inability to recall an important aspect of the trauma) The traumatic event is persistently[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement