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53 Possible Causes for Manic Behavior, Tactile Hallucination

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Steven B. Karch, MD, FFFLM CRC Press, ٢١‏/١٢‏/٢٠٠٦ - 1288 من الصفحات Following the well-received first edition, the Drug Abuse Handbook, Second Edition is a thorough compendium of the knowledge of the pharmacological, medical, and legal aspects of drugs. The book examines criminalistics, pathology, pharmacokinetics,[…][]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium

    hallucinations Uncontrollable tremors Seizures DTs can be fatal without treatment, due to the increased risk of developing respiratory arrest, aspiration pneumonitis, or[] The main symptoms of delirium tremens are nightmares, agitation, global confusion, disorientation, visual and auditory hallucinations, tactile hallucinations, fever, high[] It can involve the following types of hallucinations: tactile hallucinations, such as having a sense of itching, burning, or numbness that isn’t actually occurring auditory[]

  • Phencyclidine Intoxication

    Tactile hallucinations are especially typical of stimulant psychosis, such as the sensation of something crawling under the skin (formication).[] This also helps to rule out other illicit drugs as well as a manic episode in bipolar disorder.[] Though visual, auditory, and tactile illusions and delusions (especially of being God, the devil, or an animal) are common, frank hallucinations are relatively uncommon when[]

  • Hallucinogen Hallucinosis

    Somatic/tactile hallucination: A false perception or sensation of touch or something happening in or on the body.[] As a result, any one type of hallucinogen can produce one or more of the following effects: Rapid changes in mood Auditory hallucinations Visual hallucinations Tactile hallucinations[] hallucinations Olfactory hallucinations - including 'perfumes' Seeing images Seeing insects Seeing landscapes Seeing flowers Seeing trees Seeing circuses, fairgrounds and[]

  • Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

    Tactile hallucinations The term “formication” comes from the Latin word “formicare,” which describes the multi-legged walking patterns of ants.[] Bipolar disorder is characterized by disturbed moods and extremes of manic behavior followed by crushing lows, or depression, that may be accompanied by auditory hallucinations[] When people are manic, they often become psychotic. People who are manic will have mood congruent, grandiose delusions.[]

  • Hyoscyamus Niger Poisoning

    hallucinations, confusion and disorientation, delirium, agitation and combative behaviour.[] hallucinations (coke bug, formication, Magnan’s sign) 19.[] […] flushed skin, dilated pupils, blurred vision and photophobia, vomiting, urinary retention, tachycardia, pyrexia, drowsiness, slurred speech, hyperreflexia, auditory, visual or tactile[]

  • Substance Withdrawal Syndrome

    Its signs and symptoms include: extreme confusion extreme agitation a fever seizures tactile hallucinations, such as having a sense of itching, burning, or numbness that isn[] Symptoms are also grouped together and classified: Alcohol hallucinosis: patients have transient visual, auditory, or tactile hallucinations, but are otherwise clear.[] (auditory, visual or tactile), psychomotor agitation, anxiety, tonic-clonic seizures, and autonomic instability.The severity of symptoms is dictated by a number of factors[]

  • Schizophrenia

    Tactile hallucinations are rare but can possibly occur.[] At the present time (1997) much research and publicity is being given to claims about a genetic basis for all the same behaviors (alcoholism, manic depression, etc), again[] Kiki Chang, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and co-author of the paper.[]

  • Cardiac Glycoside Plant Poisoning

    Visual and tactile hallucinations and psychoses are common.[]

  • Narcolepsy

    Hypnagogic hallucinations: dreamlike visual, auditory or tactile hallucinations in which elements of the waking world are incorporated just before falling asleep.[] Abstract We report the case of a 22-year-old male who exhibited severe manic behavior shortly after beginning treatment with modafinil and venlafaxine for narcolepsy with[] Sometimes accompanied by visual, auditory or tactile hallucinations as REAL as reality. This redefines “living a nightmare”. 5.[]

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