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21 Possible Causes for Bipolar Disorder, Indecisiveness, Pseudodementia

  • Depression

    Moods Associated with Depression Irritability Anger Worry/anxiety Pessimism Indifference Self-critical Changes in Thought Patterns due to Depression Inability to concentrate Indecision[] Diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness, nearly every day.[] Poor concentration or indecisiveness. For example, you may find it difficult to read, work, etc. Even simple tasks can seem difficult.[]

  • Severe Depressive Episode

    In elderly patients, it may also present with memory loss and resemble dementia, which is referred to as pseudodementia.[] […] or inappropriate guilt (which may be delusional) nearly every day (not merely self-reproach or guilt about being sick) (8) diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness[] What is bipolar disorder?[]

  • Reactive Depression

    Those symptoms might include: Fatigue or loss of energy almost every day Feelings of worthlessness or guilt almost every day Impaired concentration, indecisiveness Insomnia[] There are good reasons why people might suffer from adjustment disorders and need treatment but still not have all the symptoms of Major Depressive Disorder or Bipolar Disorder[] Both disorders can be inherited, but this is more likely to be the case with bipolar disorder.[]

  • Endogenous Depression

    According to recent studies on bipolar disorder, pure mania is not empirically found.[] Both disorders can be inherited, but this is more likely to be the case with bipolar disorder.[] Bipolar Disord 2000;2:281–293.[]

  • Atypical Depression

    CONCLUSION: Our results highlight the relevance of atypical depression in bipolar disorder.[] BACKGROUND: There is evidence that major depression (MDD) and bipolar disorder (BD) are accompanied by activated immune & oxidative (I&O) pathways.[] Bipolar I Disorder and Bipolar II Disorder Bipolar I disorder is sometimes referred to as manic depression because people affected by the disorder typically experience prominent[]

  • Agitated Depression

    Related Psychology Terms PSYCHOMOTOR AGITATION ACUTE DEPRESSION RETARDED DEPRESSION AUTONOMOUS DEPRESSION PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESSOR REACTIVE DEPRESSION PSEUDODEMENTIA MELANCHOLIC[] There are two types of bipolar disorder, type 1 and type 2.[] Cyclothymic disorder: Validating criteria for inclusion in the bipolar affective group. American Journal of Psychiatry, 134, 1227-1233.[]

  • Subdural Hematoma

    McEvoy JPWells CE Conversion pseudodementia. J Clin Psychiatry. 1979;40447- 449 Google Scholar 79. Cicerone KD Pseudodementia after mild traumatic brain injury.[] If the diagnosis is still indecisive, then a CT scan with contrast and/or a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of brain may be required Other appropriate tests may be required[] Clinical presentation of subacute/chronic subdural in the elderly is often vague and is one of the classic causes of a pseudodementia.[]

  • Mixed Anxiety and Depressive Disorder

    F44 Dissociative [conversion] disorders: Dissociative phenomena; Conversion disorder; Conversion symptoms; pseudodementia; Psychogenic psychosis.[] disorder type I, or hypomania suggesting bipolar disorder type I or II ( Table 1 ). 1 We suspect GAD because: Ms.[] Depression symptoms Depression treatment and management Screen yourself or a loved one for depression Bipolar disorder Additional Resources MoodNetwork Types of Depression[]

  • Involutional Depression

    […] nystagmus 眼振 o obsession 強迫 obsessive idea 強迫観念 Oedipus complex エディプス複合 organic psychosis 器質精神病 orientation 見当識 p paranoia パラノイア、妄想症 parathymia 気分倒錯 personality disorder 人格障害 pseudodementia[] Loss of energy, great fatigue, negative self-concept, feelings of worthlessness and guilt Complaints or evidence of difficulty in concentrating such as slowed thinking and indecisiveness[] BIPOLAR DISORDER/ or BIPOLAR DEPRESSION/ or BIPOLAR I DISORDER/ or BIPOLAR II DISORDER/ or BIPOLAR MANIA/ or CYCLOTHYMIA/ or MANIC DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS/ or "MIXED MANIA and[]

  • Dementia

    Alcohol/substance abuse Amnestic disorders Delirium Depressive disorder (pseudodementia) Focal brain syndromes Malingering Normal aging Clinical Psychologist Internal Medicine[] […] may fluctuate over time. 2,3 Compared with older patients with intact cognition, patients with dementia are more likely to report a diminished ability to concentrate or indecisiveness[] After 25 years of continuous lithium therapy, a woman with moderate intellectual disability and bipolar disorder developed symptoms suggestive of dementia.[]