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477 Possible Causes for Artefact - Patient Movement, Depersonalization, Temporary Amnesia

  • Alcohol Abuse

    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

    amnesia People who experience any of these symptoms after a mild knock or blow do not usually require treatment, but should visit their local accident and emergency department[] In mild cases, temporary confusion and headache may occur. Serious TBI can result in unconsciousness, amnesia, disability, coma, and death or long-term impairment.[] Traumatic brain injury can result in temporary, long-term, or permanent neurological disabilities.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Dissociative Amnesia

    Disorder – automation, derealization, dissociation, out of body experience Dissociative Identity Disorder – two distinct personalities, memory loss, depersonalization, depression[] […] the same period of time. transient global amnesia a temporary episode of short-term memory loss without other neurological impairment. dissociative amnesia Inability to recall[] […] exhibited a clinically meaningful pattern of significant differences among dissociative identity disorder, dissociative disorder not otherwise specified-1, dissociative amnesia, depersonalization[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Phencyclidine Intoxication

    Disorganized thinking, changed body image and sensory perception, depersonalization, and feelings of unreality occur at intermediate doses.[] amnesia Severe distortion or loss of auditory/visual perception Decreased heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration (high doses) Seizures (high doses) Hangover including[] Overdose causes a withdrawn state of depersonalization and disassociation; when doses are higher still, disassociation can become severe and response to external stimuli is[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder

    The data of three actors and one patient were excluded due to huge movement artefacts and low signal quality.[] Depersonalization disorder can be associated with body image distortions and feelings that the world is “unreal.”[] […] loss of well rehearsed knowledge or skills, e.g. forgetting where you live or how to drive or do your job (amnesia) Self-alteration - suddenly, inexplicably feeling that[]

  • 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.[]

    Missing: Temporary Amnesia
  • Alcoholic Amnestic Disorder

    […] disorder Derealization (neurotic) Neurotic state with depersonalization episode Excludes: depersonalization associated with: anxiety (300.00-300.09) depression (300.4) manic-depressive[] This is a temporary form of anterograde amnesia. Long-term alcoholism can cause Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome.[] Concussion is often followed by temporary retrograde and anterograde amnesia; the more prolonged the anterograde amnesia, the more severe the injury.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

    […] include: Aggressiveness and violence Depression, with possible suicidal thoughts Personality changes Hallucinations Losing touch with reality Additional psychiatric symptoms Depersonalization[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Amnesia

    King Lear, who experienced amnesia and madness following a betrayal by his daughters;[26] and the title character Nina in Nicolas Dalayrac's 1786 opera.[26] See also[edit] Depersonalization[] Definitions Lucas appeared to be suffering from temporary amnesia after the car accident. noun Amnesia is defined as when a person conveniently pretends to not remember something[] Detachment is thought to arise from intense fear or trauma and has been defined as an altered state of consciousness involving a disconnection from one's sense of self (depersonalization[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    The symptoms that i do currently have are memory problems equivalent to GTA (global temporary amnesia) which has been an ongoing issue for about a year and a half, severe[] […] anterograde amnesia. [4] : 194–199 Clinical significance [ edit ] Unilateral temporal lesion [ edit ] Contralateral homonymous upper quadrantanopia (sector anopsia ) Complex[] […] lobes include the hippocampi, which are essential for memory storage, therefore damage to this area can result in impairment in new memory formation leading to permanent or temporary[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement