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31 Possible Causes for Autistic Disorder, Palilalia

  • Tourette Syndrome

    The proband is an autistic boy with a motor tic. His brother has Tourette syndrome and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.[] German male patients with treatment-resistant Tourette syndrome (TS), who suffer from incapacitating stuttering-like speech disfluencies caused by vocal blocking tics and palilalia[] In addition, all patients presented with multiple tic-related symptoms (mainly self-injurious behaviors and echolalia, n 7; palilalia, n 6; coprolalia/mental coprolalia, n[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Nocturnal Frontal Lobe Epilepsy

    […] hemiplegia »Rare : Epilepsia partialis continua 11. »B/L Proximal asymmetrical tonic posturing “Fencing posture” »Adversion of Head & Eyes »Speech arrest/ Vocalization : Palilalia[] We followed the siblings of this family, and found that the elder brother had Asperger's disorder without mental retardation (MR) and the younger brother had autistic disorder[]

  • ACHOO Syndrome

    No data concerning the use of niaprazine in subjects with autistic disorder are reported in the literature.[] The complex tics are categorized by copropraxia, echopraxia, palilalia, echolalia, and coprolalia.[] Because of its sedative effects and good tolerability, niaprazine can be used as a first-choice drug to improve behavior and sleep disorders in patients with autistic disorder[]

  • Tic Disorder

    Here, unselected patients with a tic disorder were compared with healthy controls, autistic disorder (AD), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) patients.[] […] gesture (copropraxia) or a tic-like imitation of someone else’s movements (echopraxia).Complex vocal tics can seem purposeful as well and include repeating one’s own sounds (palilalia[] Complejos: repetir frases o palabras fuera del contexto (coprolalia, palilalia, ecolalia) 5 TRASTORNO DE LA TOURETTE 6 Es una afección que lleva a las personas a realizar[]

  • Versive Seizure

    Other features that are noted during attacks include mutism , palilalia , eye blinking, lacrimation , pupil dilation , drooling, respiratory dyskinesia , increased blood pressure[] "Calming Effects of Deep Touch Pressure in Patients with Autistic Disorder, College Students, and Animals" . Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology .[] Emergence: Labeled Autistic , p. 91. Warner Books, 1996. a b Temple Grandin (Spring 1992).[]

  • Hallervorden-Spatz Syndrome

    (ASD) ICD 10: F84: Pervasive development disorder; F84.0: Autistic disorder; F84.2: Rett's syndrome (not part of ASD); F84.3: Other childhood disintegrative disorder; F84.5[] In several patients with atypical disease whose first major symptom was palilalia, psychiatric abnormalities were misinterpreted as the cause of the speech defect.[] : Asperger's syndrome; F84.8: Other pervasive development disorders; F84.9: Pervasive development disorder, unspecified Synonyme : Autistic disorder, childhood autism, pervasive[]

  • Catatonic Schizophrenia

    The neurological term for similar speech is “palilalia,” during which the patient repeats the sentence just uttered, usually with increasing speed.[] Catatonia and autistic spectrum disorders. Autism . 2004 Jun. 8(2):183-95. [Medline] . Baguley IJ.[] ECT is effective for many patients with catatonia, [100, 101 , 89] including those with catatonia secondary to mood disorders, autistic disorder, [ 102 ] or another pervasive[]

  • Tics

    , dystonia , myoclonus ; movements exhibited in stereotypic movement disorder or some autistic people, and the compulsions of obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) and seizure[] Palilalia: Repeating your own words over and over again.[] Patients with a complex vocal tic may repeat their own words (palilalia) or other people’s words (echolalia), and may use obscene words (coprolalia).[]

  • Juvenile Paralysis Agitans of Hunt

    1: Asperger's syndrome (F84.5) Autistic disorder (F84.0) Other childhood disintegrative disorder (F84.3) F84.3 Other childhood disintegrative disorder Includes: Dementia infantilis[] Major features Resting tremor in hands, arms, legs, jaw, and face Bradykinesia Rigidity- cogwheel or lead-pipe Minor features Bradyphrenia Speech abnormalities Depression[] disorder ( F84.0 ) Rett's syndrome ( F84.2 ) Use Additional code to identify any associated neurological condition.[]

  • Macrocephaly-Developmental Delay Syndrome

    ASDs include several clinically defined conditions, of which pervasive developmental disorder (not otherwise specified) and autistic disorder (‘classic’ autism) are the most[] Linkage-disequilibrium mapping of autistic disorder, with 15q11–13 markers. Am J Hum Genet 1998 ; 62 : 1077 –83. Waite KA , Eng C. Protein PTEN: form and function.[] It is argued that the raised incidence of microcephaly among low-functioning autistic subjects with medical disorders might have contributed to delay the recognition of an[]

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