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374 Possible Causes for Artefact - Patient Movement, Manic Behavior

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Elsevier Health Sciences , 18.11.2011 - 1048 Seiten A major postgraduate textbook in emergency medicine, covering all the major topics that present to the trainee doctor in the emergency department. A comprehensive textbook of adult emergency medicine for trainee doctors - covers all the problems likely to present[…][]

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  • Bipolar Disorder

    The controversy focuses on the facts that most children do not exhibit the manic behaviors described in the DSM most children do not shift their moods in the clearly defined[] Though there aren't many complementary or alternative medicine (CAM) remedies for manic behavior, a few non-prescription therapies may help alleviate depression .[] Learning from prior episodes what kinds of behavior signals “red flags” of manic behavior can help manage the symptoms of the illness. Depression .[]

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  • Depression

    Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, involves serious shifts in moods, energy, thinking, and behavior.[] 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[] When in the manic cycle, any or all of the symptoms listed later in this article under mania may be experienced.[]

  • Mania

    […] reckless behavior during a manic phase.[] When used in amounts exceeding those recommended, this practice, known as "robotripping," may result in a manic toxidrome of psychomotor agitation, hostility, grandiose behavior[] Also, if you have depression but your doctor is unaware of manic or hypomanic behavior, they may diagnose you with depression instead of bipolar disorder.[]

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  • Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

    Bipolar disorder is characterized by disturbed moods and extremes of manic behavior followed by crushing lows, or depression, that may be accompanied by auditory hallucinations[] When people are manic, they often become psychotic. People who are manic will have mood congruent, grandiose delusions.[] Some therapists are now using cognitive-behavioral therapy in these patients as well.[]

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  • Iodine Poisoning

    Iodine poisoning or iodine excess is an increased level of iodine in the tissues leading to complications. It may be endemic in regions where the diet consists of food with abundant iodine or it is seen in cases related to acute iodine exposure e.g. during the administration of iodine in high doses required for[…][]

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  • Hyoscyamus Niger Poisoning

    Long out of print, this is a landmark study on narcotic and psychedelic substances by a world-renowned pharmacologist and toxicologist • The first book to bring non-judgmental scientific insights to the use of drugs around the world • Provides detailed information on all major drugs of the time, including opium,[…][]

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  • Smoke Inhalation Injury

    Smoke inhalation injury refers to the chemical and thermal injury of the respiratory tract, as well as systemic toxicity, arising from inhalation of various irritants found in smoke. Either occupational or accidental exposure (fires, blast injuries, excessive steam, etc.) may be responsible for this type of injury.[…][]

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  • Barbiturate Withdrawal

    Barbiturate withdrawal is caused by a sudden discontinuation of short and intermediate-acting barbiturates after a prolonged period of heavy use. This leads to the classical signs and symptoms of withdrawal resembling alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Diagnosis of the condition is based on a detailed history and clinical[…][]

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  • Substance Withdrawal Syndrome

    Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a set of symptoms that can occur following a reduction in alcohol use after a period of excessive use. Symptoms typically include anxiety, shakiness, sweating, vomiting, fast heart rate, and a mild fever. More severe symptoms may include seizures, seeing or hearing things that others do[…][]

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