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564 Possible Causes for Self-Inflicted Wound, Self Mutilation

  • Depression

    […] panic disorder or social phobia Family conflicts, relationship difficulties, and work or school problems Social isolation Suicidal feelings, suicide attempts or suicide Self-mutilation[]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    mutilation Clinical Information Class of mental disorders milder than psychosis, including hysteria, fugue, obsession, phobia, etc.[] Self-mutilation The act of injuring one's own body to the extent of cutting off or permanently destroying a limb or other essential part of a body.[] , signs and abnormal clinical laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified ( R00-R99 ) Mental, Behavioral and Neurodevelopmental disorders Approximate Synonyms Neurosis Self[]

  • Hospital Addiction Syndrome

    […] and chronic physical form of factitious disorder in which an attention-seeking person pretends to be sick, gets sick or injured by faking symptoms, rigging lab tests or by self-inflicting[] Google Scholar Kapfhammer, HP, Rothenhäusler, HB, Dietrich, E ( 1998 ) Artifactual disorders—between deception and self-mutilation: Experiences in consultation psychiatry[] […] being the major ones Self - mutilation Malnutrition and anemia Skin discoloration as a result of coloured dye usage Extensive [] Self - mutilation causing extensive[]

  • Schizophrenia

    Birds obsess ; horses on occasion get pathologically compulsive; dolphins and whales—especially those in captivity—self-mutilate.[]

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Psychological risk factors for dissociation and self-mutilation in female patients with borderline personality disorder.[] Unlike patients with borderline personality disorder, patients with ADHD do not have intensely conflicted relationships, suicidal preoccupation, self-mutilation, identity[]

  • Lesch Nyhan Syndrome

    He was referred to the Dental Unit from the Department of Pediatric Neurology for evaluation and management of self-inflicted wounds on fingers, lips and cheeks associated[] This syndrome is characterized clinically by mental retardation, chorea, athetosis, hyperuricemia, uricosuria and self-mutilation.[] This report describes a 10-year-old male child with confirmed LNS who was treated for self-mutilation of his hands, tongue, and lips with repeated botulinum toxin A (BTX-A[]

  • Smith-Magenis Syndrome

    Behavioural abnormalities include hypermotility, self-mutilation and sleep disturbance.[] Self-hugging is a more benign behavior and a welcome contrast to the self avulsion of fingernails, and insertion of foreign objects into bodily orifices ( polyembolokoilomania[] Behavioural abnormalities include hypermotility, self mutilation and sleep disturbances.[]

  • Channelopathy-Associated Congenital Insensitivity to Pain

    Since affected individuals do not respond appropriately to painful situations, they engage in self-mutilating behavior such as biting of the oral mucosa and fingers and sustain[] On examination, there were signs of self-mutilation in the form of ulcerations of the lower lip, tongue, and oral mucosa [Figure 3].[] They also noticed self- mutilating behavior like biting of his tongue, chewing his fingers, bruising, and manipulation the wounds.[]

  • Hereditary Sensory Neuropathy

    None had trophic limb changes, evidence of weakness, or a tendency to self-mutilation and each had normal motor studies on neurophysiological testing.[] The patient was referred with multiple injuries to his fingers suggestive of self-mutilation and attributed to psychiatric disturbance.[] Self-mutilation and insensitivity to pain result in orthopedic complications and patients undergone recurrent surgical interventions with anesthesia.[]

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

    The relationships between self-mutilation and suicide are paradoxical. Some authors identify self-mutilation as a protective factor against suicide.[] Crossref Karen LSuyemoto. (1998) The functions of self-mutilation. Clinical Psychology Review 18 :5, 531-554. Online publication date: 1-Aug-1998.[] Note: Do not include suicidal or self-mutilating behavior covered in Criterion 5. (5) recurrent suicidal behavior, gestures, or threats, or self-mutilating behavior (6) affective[]

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