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291 Possible Causes for Flat Affect, Sudden Death, Withdrawn

  • Apathetic Thyrotoxicosis with Thyrotoxic Crisis

    View Article PubMed Google Scholar Shirani J, Barron MM, Pierre-Louis ML, Roberts WC: Congestive heart failure, dilated cardiac ventricles, and sudden death in hyperthyroidism[] Usually, these subjects have previously been taking l -thyroxine substitution therapy, unless they have subsequently withdrawn it on their own initiative.[] Sudden death in hypothyroidism. N Engl J Med 1987;317:1291. 24. Khaleeli AA, Memon N.[]

  • Stroke

    A very severe stroke can cause sudden death.[] Post-stroke emotional difficulties include anxiety, panic attacks, flat affect (failure to express emotions), mania, apathy and psychosis.[] You also may experience changes in your behavior, such as being more impulsive or more withdrawn from socializing with others.[]

  • Schizophrenia

    Is adenosine associated with sudden death in schizophrenia? A new framework linking the adenosine pathway to risk of sudden death .[] affect and cognitive slowness.[] Symptoms such as becoming socially withdrawn and unresponsive or changes in sleeping patterns can be mistaken for an adolescent "phase".[]

  • Autism

    Nils J Bergman, Hypothesis on supine sleep, sudden infant death syndrome reduction and association with increasing autism incidence, World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics,[] Honda’s is the first to look at the autism rate after the MMR vaccine has been withdrawn.[] […] infant death syndrome: an enviromic analysis.[]

  • Disorganized Schizophrenia

    Antipsychotic drugs: prolonged QTc interval, torsade de pointes, and sudden death. Am J Psychiatry. 2001 Nov. 158(11):1774-82. [Medline].[] Flat affect: To have flat affect is to be expressionless, lack eye contact, and have uncommon or inappropriate body language.[] A person may seem depressed and withdrawn. Cognitive symptoms affect the thought process.[]

  • Abuse and Neglect

    That includes matters of relevance to inherited disorders (such as bruising or bleeding disorders, bony fragility or sudden death). Don't forget the siblings.[] Children may be aggressive, withdrawn, depressed, anxious, or demonstrate violent themes in art or fantasy.[] […] hyperactivity, aggressiveness, disruptive and destructive behaviors Unusual wariness of physical contact Fear of parent or caretaker Lack of expressed emotion Unduly shy, withdrawn[]

  • Catatonic Schizophrenia

    Stauder noted that sudden death in a catatonic state with or without autopsy findings had been well recorded in the psychiatric literature under different names such as acute[] Symptoms such as avolition, impaired social interaction, and flat affect become more frequent over the 25 years of follow-up.[] Others may imitate sounds ( echolalia ) or movements ( echopraxia ) of others. includes: Catatonic Type, Excited Catatonic Type, Withdrawn Old criteria for this diagnosis[]

  • Status Epilepticus

    […] unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) is a frequent cause of non-accidental, non-suicidal sudden death in patients with epilepsy.[] Patients in nonconvulsive status are characteristically alert, with constricted or flat affect, and the absence of stupor or coma contributes to misdiagnosis.[] Care was withdrawn after the patient did not recover from coma after discontinuation of propofol.[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Prolongation of QT interval, a risk factor for arrhythmia and sudden death, has been reported to be prevalent among patients with Takotsubo cardiomyopathy and is also observed[] affect and display psychomotor retardation, especially in the later stages of the disease.[] Additionally, they may be irritable, depressed, and socially withdrawn, and they obsessively avoid food.[]

  • Schizoaffective Disorder

    It is not possible to say to what extent antipsychotic drugs are involved in sudden death. Serious reactions to antipsychotic drugs are rare.[] Absence of what is termed the negative symptoms (flatted affect, avolition, and poor social interaction) improves the prognosis significantly.[] […] therapeutics market Aids in interpreting the success rates of clinical trials by providing a comparative scenario of completed and uncompleted (terminated, suspended or withdrawn[]

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