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16 Possible Causes for Flat Affect, Occipital Slowing, Withdrawn

  • Stroke

    Post-stroke emotional difficulties include anxiety, panic attacks, flat affect (failure to express emotions), mania, apathy and psychosis.[] […] impact The two most common psychological conditions found in people after a stroke are: depression: many people experience intense bouts of crying and feel hopeless and withdrawn[] You also may experience changes in your behavior, such as being more impulsive or more withdrawn from socializing with others.[]

  • Brain Concussion

    During that time you may: Be withdrawn, easily upset, or confused Have a hard time with tasks that require memory or concentration Have mild headaches Be less tolerant of[]

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    She was also badly affected by electromagnetic fields, which also included human beings. The block of flats was filled with TVs, radios, etc.[] Simply put, if CBT and GET were subject to the same safety and efficacy requirements applied to pharmaceutical treatments, they would be immediately withdrawn.[] […] in the left occipital region in CFS patients.[]

  • Vestibular Neuronitis

    The shape of the pure tone loss varied, being mainly low frequency in 5, flat in 3, and high frequency in 3.[] Antiemetics and vestibular suppressants are useful acutely but should be withdrawn as soon as possible (preferably after the first several days), because their prolonged use[] EEG was recorded in 37 patients; 15 patients had a definitely abnormal EEG, with a slowing of the dominant occipital rhythm or more generalized diffuse slowing in 12 cases[]

  • Bipolar Disorder

    Brain activity during emotionally negative pictures in schizophrenia with and without flat affect: an FMRI Study.[] Since that time, chloroquine has been withdrawn. Currently the patient is undergoing treatment with hydroxychloroquine and psychiatric drugs with good response.[] […] waves, mainly localized in the occipital regions, have been reported in most of the wakefulness EEG studies ( Magaudda et al., 1993 ; Labate et al., 2001 ; Pratesi et al.[]

  • Celiac Disease

    Screening for celiac disease in relatives of affected people is not often done in the United States.[] […] therapeutics market Aids in interpreting the success rates of clinical trials by providing a comparative scenario of completed and uncompleted (terminated, suspended or withdrawn[] […] waves, mainly localized in the occipital regions, have been reported in most of the wakefulness EEG studies ( Magaudda et al., 1993 ; Labate et al., 2001 ; Pratesi et al.[]

  • Frontal Lobe Neoplasm

    Change of affect - depending on the nature of the damage to the brain, the patient either becomes apathetic and 'flat' or becomes over-exuberant and childish or uninhibited[] The aphasia has caused him to become withdrawn and emotionless. He has no issues with mobility or cognitive function. He actually drove to the hospital before surgery.[] Location matters as well – the incidence of seizures in occipital lobe lesions is 1/3 that of frontal, temporal, or parietal lobe lesions.[]

  • MELAS Syndrome

    […] structure; this SNHL form shows a flat or slightly descending pure-tone threshold with good word discrimination (Fig. 1c ); and 4) Cochlear Conductive when structures different[] Oral phenobarbitone was added and sodium valproate was withdrawn with subsequent establishment of seizure control.[] Electroencephalogram demonstrated left parieto-occipital focal slowing.[]

  • Polymicrogyria

    […] the spine and ribs, that may result in scoliosis Facial features that may include a short philtrum, a flat nose with upturned tip, large ears and sparse eyebrows[] Seizures were resistant to antiepileptic drugs and eventually led to respiratory arrest, once aggressive resuscitative measures were withdrawn.[] This form has been associated with IQ scores that range from average intelligence to mild mental retardation, seizures, and cognitive slowing.[]

  • Neurosyphilis

    He had a flat affect and scored 14/30 on minimental status examination (MMSE). His cranial nerves examination showed no deficits.[] Similarly, all but 3 penicillin recipients received therapy for 10 days; 1 subject experienced an anaphylactic reaction on the first day of treatment, was withdrawn from the[] The EEG during PcG pre-treatment showed frequent right occipital spikes and right frontocentral slow waves, which disappeared after treatment.[]

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