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17 Possible Causes for La Belle Indifference

  • Conversion Disorder

    See 'la Belle indifference . ', Factitious disease, Hysterical neurosis, Post-traumatic stress disorder. con·ver·sion dis·or·der ( kŏn-vĕr'zhŭn dis-ōr'dĕr ) A mental disorder[] La belle indifference (the patient's lack of concern regarding the apparent magnitude of the deficit), once believed to be a hallmark of conversion disorder, is not consistently[]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    belle indifference , nonanatomical sensory loss, split of midline by pain or vibratory stimulation, changing boundaries of hypalgesia, giveaway weakness) were sought in 30[] 4, 5 Are there parallels between “la belle indifference”, said to accompany hysteria in some cases, and parietal anosagnosia, usually a right hemisphere problem?[] […] strongest indicators of hysteria are the “positive” findings in the neurological examination, seven of the most accepted features (history of hypochondriasis, secondary gain, la[]

  • Somatic Delusional Disorder

    Abstract A case of somatic delusional disorder with a severe secondary eating disorder is described. The patient's psychotic symptoms and emaciation were markedly improved with separate trials of antipsychotic and antiobsessional medications. Further epidemiologic studies of eating disorders with coexisting psychotic[…][]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Eur Eat Disord Rev. 2017 Sep;25(5):423-427. doi: 10.1002/erv.2524. Epub 2017 Jun 6. Kleiman SC 1, 2 , Glenny EM 2 , Bulik-Sullivan EC 3 , Huh EY 3 , Tsilimigras MCB 4 , Fodor AA 4 , Bulik CM 2, 5, 6 , Carroll IM 2, 3 . Author information 1 APC Microbiome Institute, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland. 2 Department of[…][]

  • Factitious Disorder

    Histrionic behavior (act in a way to draw attn. to themselves) "La belle indifference" (A naive, inappropriate lack of emotion or concern for the perceptions by others of[] Belle Indifference ) Personality Disorders that may accompany Conversion Disorder 1)Histrionic PD 2)Dependent PD Other DSM IV Criteria for Conversion Disorder Management[] Occurs more in women than men 2)Generally begins in adolescence or early childhood 3)Patients typically appear relatively unworried about their serious symptoms (known as La[]

  • Somatoform Disorders

    This phenomenon is traditionally called la belle indifference .[]

  • Dysphoric Mood

    In most severe forms, victim will claim that disabled body part does not belong to him MSE 41 Anosognosia; vs. la belle indifference; associated brain damage Extreme lack[] […] fo awareness of a motor or sensory deficit, often concomitant of right cerebral hemisphere damage MSE 51 mildest form of la belle indifference - patient admits disability[] Also seen in delirium, dementia, lesions of frontal lobes or R hemisphere MSE 50 La belle indifference; clinical associations lack of normally expected concern for apparently[]

  • Psychogenic Cough

    Tic disorder patients are typically ashamed, anxious, and self-conscious about their tics whereas patients with psychogenic coughs show typical “la belle indifference.” [11[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    Some patients present with “la belle indifference” and, despite a severely infected extremity, seem inappropriately unbothered, which may be a result of local ischemia causing[]

  • Somatization

    This phenomenon is traditionally called la belle indifference.[]

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