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758 Possible Causes for Auditory Hallucination, Euphoric Mood, Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)

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  • Schizophrenia

    Adult outcomes of child- and adolescent-onset schizophrenia: Diagnostic stability and predictive validity. Am J Psychiatry 2000 ;157: 1652 – 9.[] He uses the device all day and his auditory hallucinations have subsided.[] mood.” 12 (p520) Patients with a history of or with symptoms of schizophrenia were included in this group if they fulfilled the mania criteria.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Visual, sensory and auditory hallucinations. Mood disturbance. Weight loss. Repetitive motor activity.[] hallucinations, delusions such as the sensation of insects creeping on the skin, known as "formication." hyperactivity, hypersexuality, confusion, and incoherence.[] hallucinations, delusions such as the sensation of insects creeping on the skin (known as “formication”), hyperactivity, hypersexuality, confusion, and incoherence.[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Schizoaffective Disorder

    We investigated auditory, visual, and olfactory hallucinations at index hospitalization and auditory and visual hallucinations prospectively for 20years in 150 young patients[] Mood Depressed Mood Somatic/Sexual Dysfunction Hyperactivity Guilt/Obsession Odd/Eccentric/Suspicious Personality Anxious/Fearful/Dependent Personality Dramatic/Erratic/Antisocial[] Episode and Major Depressive Episodes) DEPRESSIVE TYPE: if the disturbance only includes Major Depressive Episodes ASSOCIATED FEATURES Learning Problem Hypoactivity Psychotic Euphoric[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Disorganized Schizophrenia

    While hallucinations can occur among any of the senses, for people with schizophrenia, auditory hallucinations are the most common.[] Auditory hallucinations may accompany a delusion and are, therefore, usually related to its theme.[] Paranoid Schizophrenia Paranoid schizophrenia causes delusions and auditory hallucinations that result in paranoia and anxiety.[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Cocaine Dependence

    hallucinations (imaginary sounds that seem real) Formication – The sensation that insects are crawling under the skin Pyschosis (as you already mentioned earlier) Reproductive[] By contrast, low-frequency TMS seemed to tamp down the auditory hallucinations that can plague schizophrenics.[] Difficulty breathing Chronic bronchitis Ruptured lung structures Collapsed lung Respiratory failure Sudden death Psychological Damage Irritability and mood disturbances Auditory[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Bipolar Disorder

    […] in children and young people (NICE quality standard 102) added. 22 July 2015 Bipolar disorder in adults (NICE quality standard 95) added. 9 April 2015 Recommendations in[] In the more severe cases, patients may display other psychological symptoms, such as believing they have superhuman capabilities or having either visual or auditory hallucinations[] Symptoms of Mania: Excessively “high,” euphoric mood Extreme irritability Unrealistic beliefs in one’s abilities and powers, such as feeling able to control world events Decreased[]

  • Crack Ingestion

    hallucinations.[] Auditory hallucinations may be symptoms of paranoia and signs of crack use that precedes an overdose. 7.[] Cocaine abusers can also experience severe paranoia -- a temporary state of full-blown paranoid psychosis -- in which they lose touch with reality and experience auditory[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    A 49-year-old female presented for admission with features of being withdrawn, inability to comprehend questions, auditory hallucinations and disorganised thoughts.[] moods, anxiety, anergia, insomnia, and pains.[] Auditory vocal hallucinations are sometimes observed in temporal-lobe epilepsy, but are a frequent sign of psychosis and may rarely be mistaken for the latter.[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Hallucinogen Abuse

    Often, the person on hallucinogens will exhibit signs of: Visual or auditory hallucinations This is very common with hallucinogenic drugs.[] (usually euphoric, sometimes depressive).[] Auditory hallucinations Distorted images Amnesia Delusions Paranoid, violent behavior Enhanced muscle strength and lowered pain perception, a dangerous Combination Jumbled[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)
  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    They may also develop seizures and auditory and visual hallucinations.[] Symptoms may also include auditory illusions and hallucinations that frequently are accusatory and threatening; patients are usually apprehensive and may be terrified by the[] ., pins and needles, burning, numbness) 7 Continuous hallucinations Auditory disturbances 0 Not present 1 Mild harshness or ability to frighten 7 Continuous hallucinations[]

    Missing: Schizophrenia (22% of Adults)

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