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Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

Amphetamine Induced Psychotic Disorder with Delusions


Presentation

  • This reference guide will be the must-have of any internist or medical professional, as it takes a vast quantity of data across a sweeping grid of disorders, diseases, and presentations, and boils them down to individual parts, facilely indexed, and located[books.google.de]
  • […] in a person in a close relationship with someone with delusional disorder often resolves upon separation in DSM V, "shared psychotic disorder" is NOT distinct from delusional disorder Diagnosis Three steps in diagnosis: ensure that true pathology is present[medbullets.com]
  • A diagnosis of Delusional Disorder is not given if the individual has ever had a symptom presentation that met Criterion A for Schizophrenia (Criterion B). Auditory or visual hallucinations, if present, are not prominent.[health.am]
  • When in the present of a pre-existing mental health condition, the symptoms of that illness can be exacerbated.[theravive.com]
  • Funding and Disclosures This case was presented at Psychiatry Grand Rounds. Disclosure forms provided by the authors are available with the full text of this article at NEJM.org. We thank Drs.[nejm.org]
Pain
  • Seite 168 - Pain Disorder Associated With Both Psychological Factors and a General Medical Condition... ‎[books.google.de]
  • Common over-the-counter and doctor-prescribed medications that can cause psychosis include anesthetics (knock-out drugs), analgesics (pain-relievers), anticholinergic agents, anticonvulsants, antihistamines, cardiovascular (heart) medications, antimicrobial[mentalhelp.net]
  • They also may use amphetamines to cope with personal issues or psychological pain.[drugabuse.com]
  • It was originally developed as a medicine, specifically an anesthetic, due to its pain-blocking properties.[study.com]
  • , weakness, signs of dehydration, or dark urine Prolonged or painful erection Changes of feeling or color in your fingers or toes Serious Side Effects Misuse of amphetamine medications may cause sudden death and serious cardiovascular adverse events.[nami.org]
Physician
  • physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses.[books.google.de]
  • […] language liberty McNaughton mens rea mental diseases mental disorder mental health professionals mental hospital mental illness mental patients mentally incompetent metaphors mind moral neurosis nymphomania one's personality disorder Phencyclidine phrase physician[books.google.de]
  • Family physicians are well positioned to help patients with psychodermatologic disorders; these patients may be concerned about the stigma associated with psychiatrists, and family physicians are familiar with the use of psychotropic medications.[aafp.org]
  • Further medical history showed that he had abused amphetamines for more than two years along with persistent pruritus, for which he had visited different physicians who mainly had made the diagnosis of allergy or dermatitis for him.[apjmt.mums.ac.ir]
  • Here, a physician trained in addiction medicine carefully supervises the person, perhaps administering specific medications to help ease withdrawal syndromes.[projectknow.com]
Malingering
  • Seite 164 - Malingering is the intentional production of false or grossly exaggerated physical or psychological symptoms, motivated by external incentives such as avoiding military duty, avoiding work, obtaining financial compensation, evading criminal[books.google.de]
  • […] condition V62.2 Occupational problem V62.3 Academic problem V62.4 Acculturation problem V62.81 Relational problem NOS V62.82 Bereavement V62.89A Borderline intellectual functioning V62.89B Phase of life problem V62.89C Religious or spiritual problem V65.2 Malingering[nidagenetics.org]
  • [Indicate the Medical Condition] 302.74 Male Orgasmic Disorder V65.2 Malingering 315.1 Mathematics Disorder 333.90 Medication-Induced Movement Disorder NOS 333.1 Medication-Induced Postural Tremor 293.9 Mental Disorder NOS Due to...[dr-bob.org]
  • Condition V62.2 Occupational Problem V62.3 Academic Problem V62.4 Acculturation Problem V62.81 Relational Problem NOS V62.82 Bereavement V62.89 Borderline Intellectual Functioning V62.89 Phase of Life Problem V62.89 Religious or Spiritual Problem V65.2 Malingering[ibvd.virtualbrain.org]
Weight Gain
  • Seite 205 - Recurrent inappropriate compensatory behavior in order to prevent weight gain, such as self-induced vomiting: misuse of laxatives, diuretics, enemas, or other medications; fasting; or excessive exercise C. ‎[books.google.de]
  • gain, extrapyramidal symptoms (pseudoparkinsonism, akinesia, akathisia, dystonia, oculogyric crisis), tardive dyskinesia, and neuroleptic malignant syndrome.[rnceus.com]
Nausea
  • Hallucinations, Delusions, Aggression, Arrhythmia, dilated pupils, Diarrhea, Hypertension, Hypermedia, Nausea, Rapid breathing, Restlessness, Tremors, Vomiting And in rare cases; Seizures and Catatonia The symptoms of these can slightly vary depending[socratic.org]
  • In addition to the symptoms of use listed above, less desirable symptoms of amphetamines became noticeable, including: Hostility Paranoia Aggressiveness Cardiovascular system failure Irregular heart beat Nausea Headache Reduction of social inhibitions[narconon.org]
  • Common side effects include anticholinergic manifestations (dry mouth, blurred vision, urinary retention and constipation), nausea, gastrointestinal upset, skin rash, sedation, orthostatic hypotension, photosensitivity, decreased libido, gynecomastia,[rnceus.com]
  • Scars caused by picking at or cutting the skin are a sign of self-inflicted harm, while the shakes and nausea of delirium tremens are primary symptoms of drug-induced psychosis.[psychguides.com]
  • Physical side effects include : low or high blood pressure Raynaud's phenomenon, where there is reduced blood flow to the extremities erectile dysfunction, and especially frequent or persistent erections rapid heart rate abdominal pain loss of appetite, nausea[medicalnewstoday.com]
Vomiting
  • Hallucinations, Delusions, Aggression, Arrhythmia, dilated pupils, Diarrhea, Hypertension, Hypermedia, Nausea, Rapid breathing, Restlessness, Tremors, Vomiting And in rare cases; Seizures and Catatonia The symptoms of these can slightly vary depending[socratic.org]
  • Seite 205 - Recurrent inappropriate compensatory behavior in order to prevent weight gain, such as self-induced vomiting: misuse of laxatives, diuretics, enemas, or other medications; fasting; or excessive exercise C. ‎[books.google.de]
  • Vistaril (hydroxyzine) : An antihistamine that treats itchiness, motion sickness, nausea and vomiting. Since there are no medications that are used to treat stimulant addiction, many therapies used for other addictions are currently in trial.[drug.addictionblog.org]
  • Aggression Agitation Arrhythmia Diarrhea Hypertension Hyperthermia Nausea Pupil dilation Rapid breathing Restlessness Sleep deprivation Tremors Vomiting Source: Distinguishing stimulant psychosis from standard psychosis It may be difficult for some people[mentalhealthdaily.com]
Diarrhea
  • Hallucinations, Delusions, Aggression, Arrhythmia, dilated pupils, Diarrhea, Hypertension, Hypermedia, Nausea, Rapid breathing, Restlessness, Tremors, Vomiting And in rare cases; Seizures and Catatonia The symptoms of these can slightly vary depending[socratic.org]
  • Diarrhea. Appetite loss. Weight loss. Insomnia. Hyperactivity. Poor attention. Memory problems. Poor problem-solving. Paranoid delusions. Hallucinations. Higher risk of seizures. Higher risk of addiction/stimulant use disorder.[projectknow.com]
  • Aggression Agitation Arrhythmia Diarrhea Hypertension Hyperthermia Nausea Pupil dilation Rapid breathing Restlessness Sleep deprivation Tremors Vomiting Source: Distinguishing stimulant psychosis from standard psychosis It may be difficult for some people[mentalhealthdaily.com]
Hypertension
  • Hallucinations, Delusions, Aggression, Arrhythmia, dilated pupils, Diarrhea, Hypertension, Hypermedia, Nausea, Rapid breathing, Restlessness, Tremors, Vomiting And in rare cases; Seizures and Catatonia The symptoms of these can slightly vary depending[socratic.org]
  • Toxicity is managed with supportive care, including IV benzodiazepines (for agitation, hypertension, and seizures) and cooling techniques (for hyperthermia). There is no stereotypical withdrawal syndrome.[msdmanuals.com]
  • Along with the classic signs and symptoms of overdose including mydriasis, tachycardia, hypertension, sweating and severe agitation, his urine toxicology screen test was found to be positive for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine.[apjmt.mums.ac.ir]
  • Contraindications for amphetamines include : sensitivity to amphetamines or their derivatives cardiovascular disease or arteriosclerosis, a thickening or hardening of artery walls moderate to severe hypertension, or high blood pressure a tendency to become[medicalnewstoday.com]
  • Hypertension (raised blood pressure). Rapid heart rate. Over the long term, abuse of amphetamines can lead to: Extreme mood changes. Malnutrition. More frequent signs of psychosis (e.g., paranoia, tactile and auditory hallucination, etc.).[drugabuse.com]
Hypertension
  • Hallucinations, Delusions, Aggression, Arrhythmia, dilated pupils, Diarrhea, Hypertension, Hypermedia, Nausea, Rapid breathing, Restlessness, Tremors, Vomiting And in rare cases; Seizures and Catatonia The symptoms of these can slightly vary depending[socratic.org]
  • Toxicity is managed with supportive care, including IV benzodiazepines (for agitation, hypertension, and seizures) and cooling techniques (for hyperthermia). There is no stereotypical withdrawal syndrome.[msdmanuals.com]
  • Along with the classic signs and symptoms of overdose including mydriasis, tachycardia, hypertension, sweating and severe agitation, his urine toxicology screen test was found to be positive for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine.[apjmt.mums.ac.ir]
  • Contraindications for amphetamines include : sensitivity to amphetamines or their derivatives cardiovascular disease or arteriosclerosis, a thickening or hardening of artery walls moderate to severe hypertension, or high blood pressure a tendency to become[medicalnewstoday.com]
  • Hypertension (raised blood pressure). Rapid heart rate. Over the long term, abuse of amphetamines can lead to: Extreme mood changes. Malnutrition. More frequent signs of psychosis (e.g., paranoia, tactile and auditory hallucination, etc.).[drugabuse.com]
Tachycardia
  • Along with the classic signs and symptoms of overdose including mydriasis, tachycardia, hypertension, sweating and severe agitation, his urine toxicology screen test was found to be positive for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine.[apjmt.mums.ac.ir]
Manic Behavior
  • 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. Organic or drug-induced psychosis.[psychguides.com]
Addictive Behavior
  • Behavioral treatments for amphetamine addiction. Behavioral therapies, including individual, family, or group counseling, are the most commonly used forms of treatment. All behavioral treatments prepare you for a life-long recovery.[drug.addictionblog.org]
Manic Behavior
  • 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. Organic or drug-induced psychosis.[psychguides.com]
Agitation
  • Toxicity is managed with supportive care, including IV benzodiazepines (for agitation, hypertension, and seizures) and cooling techniques (for hyperthermia). There is no stereotypical withdrawal syndrome.[msdmanuals.com]
  • In such cases, symptoms of amphetamine psychosis commonly include paranoid and persecutory delusions as well as auditory and visual hallucinations in the presence of extreme agitation.[cochrane.org]
  • She states in an agitated tone that she wasn't trespassing because Mr. K "is in love with her" and "asked her to come over that night." Upon questioning the neighbor, Mr.[medbullets.com]
  • Along with the classic signs and symptoms of overdose including mydriasis, tachycardia, hypertension, sweating and severe agitation, his urine toxicology screen test was found to be positive for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine.[apjmt.mums.ac.ir]
Agitation
  • Toxicity is managed with supportive care, including IV benzodiazepines (for agitation, hypertension, and seizures) and cooling techniques (for hyperthermia). There is no stereotypical withdrawal syndrome.[msdmanuals.com]
  • In such cases, symptoms of amphetamine psychosis commonly include paranoid and persecutory delusions as well as auditory and visual hallucinations in the presence of extreme agitation.[cochrane.org]
  • She states in an agitated tone that she wasn't trespassing because Mr. K "is in love with her" and "asked her to come over that night." Upon questioning the neighbor, Mr.[medbullets.com]
  • Along with the classic signs and symptoms of overdose including mydriasis, tachycardia, hypertension, sweating and severe agitation, his urine toxicology screen test was found to be positive for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine.[apjmt.mums.ac.ir]
Confusion
  • The term ”spun” is used by the meth culture for a user who has overdosed on meth and induced a state of psychotic confusion.[rnceus.com]
  • Disorganized speech patterns reflect the degree of confusion going on in the mind. Most every amphetamine psychosis symptom reflects this confusion in one way or another. 10.[amphetamines.com]
  • In the ICU she became confused, thinking she was in her house and accusing nursing staff of being intruders who had misplaced her furniture. After a few days her mental status cleared and she was able to go home.[zenpsychiatry.com]
  • Alcohol Delusions attributed to alcohol can cause disorientation, disorganized speech and mental confusion. In most cases, these effects go into remission when sobriety occurs.[dualdiagnosis.org]
  • […] eat and lose a lot of weight have severe dental problems find it difficult to stop using amphetamines experience withdrawal symptoms if you don’t use amphetamines have episodes of violence and mood disturbances have anxiety, insomnia, or paranoia feel confused[healthline.com]
Insomnia
  • Insomnia. Hyperactivity. Poor attention. Memory problems. Poor problem-solving. Paranoid delusions. Hallucinations. Higher risk of seizures. Higher risk of addiction/stimulant use disorder. Higher risk of overdose.[projectknow.com]
  • […] restlessness, dry mouth, erectile dysfunction, headache, heart rhythm problems, increased breathing rate, increased blood pressure, fever, sweating, diarrhoea, constipation, blurred vision, impaired speech, dizziness, uncontrollable movements or shaking, insomnia[freshstart.org.au]
  • […] perform tasks as well not eat and lose a lot of weight have severe dental problems find it difficult to stop using amphetamines experience withdrawal symptoms if you don’t use amphetamines have episodes of violence and mood disturbances have anxiety, insomnia[healthline.com]
  • […] related to…[Indicate the Axis I or Axis II disorder] 307.42B Primary insomnia 307.44A Hypersomnia related to…[Indicate the Axis I or Axis II disorder] 307.44B Primary hypersomnia 307.45 Circadian rhythm sleep disorder 307.46A Sleep terror disorder 307.46B[nidagenetics.org]
  • [Indicate the General Medical Condition], Insomnia Type 327.8 Sleep Disorder Due to ... [Indicate the General Medical Condition], Mixed Type 327.44 Sleep Disorder Due to ...[dr-bob.org]
Seizure
  • Hallucinations, Delusions, Aggression, Arrhythmia, dilated pupils, Diarrhea, Hypertension, Hypermedia, Nausea, Rapid breathing, Restlessness, Tremors, Vomiting And in rare cases; Seizures and Catatonia The symptoms of these can slightly vary depending[socratic.org]
  • Toxicity is managed with supportive care, including IV benzodiazepines (for agitation, hypertension, and seizures) and cooling techniques (for hyperthermia). There is no stereotypical withdrawal syndrome.[msdmanuals.com]
  • Rarer side effects include seizures, heart problems, and psychosis. Amphetamines are used for recreational purposes. They are addictive. Medical uses Amphetamines come in different forms. They are used to treat ADHD and as a recreational drug.[medicalnewstoday.com]
  • Taking stimulants with or within 2 weeks of MAOIs can result in seizures, fever or dangerously high blood pressure that can lead to death.[nami.org]
  • Higher risk of seizures. Higher risk of addiction/stimulant use disorder. Higher risk of overdose.[projectknow.com]

Treatment

  • Szasz taphophobia therapeutic Thomas Szasz tion treated treatment unspecified psychoactive sub words York Bibliografische Informationen Titel A Lexicon of Lunacy Autor Thomas Szasz Verlag Transaction Publishers, 1993 ISBN 1412816122, 9781412816120 Länge[books.google.de]
  • Bear in mind the fact that many treatment programs offer complementary treatments. 1.[drug.addictionblog.org]
  • I npatient/residential treatmentTreatment type in which the patient resides at the facility to focus completely on treatment. Stays typically last between 30 and 90 days.[drugabuse.com]
  • Objectives: To evaluate risks, benefits, costs of treatments for amphetamine psychosis.[cochrane.org]
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of Tourette's syndrome; its use in the treatment of delusions of parasitosis is off-label.[aafp.org]

Prognosis

  • Some evidence suggests that the Jealous Type may have a better prognosis than the Persecutory Type. When the Persecutory Type is associated with a precipitating event or stressor, it may have a better prognosis.[health.am]

Etiology

  • There is evidence from the history, physical examination, or laboratory findings of either (1) or (2): (1) the symptoms in Criterion A developed during, or within a month of Substance Intoxication or Withdrawal (2) medication use is etiologically related[behavenet.com]
  • […] hallucinations or delusions B) There is evidence from the history, physical examination, or laboratory findings of either (1) or (2): 1. the symptoms in Criterion A developed during, or within a month of, substance intoxication or withdrawal 2. medication use is etiologically[mentalhelp.net]
  • ., ingestion) Differential Organic etiologies associated with delusions neurodegenerative disorders infectious diseases (HIV, neurosyphillis, acute viral encephalitis) metabolic (hypercalcemia, hyponatremia, hypoglycemia, uremia) endocrinopathies (Addison's[medbullets.com]
  • Depending on the severity of symptoms, symptomatic treatment can be delayed to clarify the etiology.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Delusional (paranoid) disorders: etiologic and taxonomic considerations: II. A possible relationship between delusional and affective disorders. Can J Pyschiatry 1988;33:175–178. Google Scholar 23. Muncie W. Psychobiology in psychiatry. St.[link.springer.com]

Epidemiology

  • Questions 14-17 For each epidemiologic concept listed below, select the term that most appropriately describes it. ‎[books.google.de]
  • According to a study by the Epidemiological Catchment Area, 47 percent of people with schizophrenia and 60 percent of people with bipolar disorder were also living with a substance use disorder.[therecoveryvillage.com]
  • […] that the individual has exceptional abilities, wealth, or fame nihilistic - conviction that a major catastrophe will occur somatic - beliefs focused on bodily function or sensation erotomanic - false belief that another individual is in love with them Epidemiology[medbullets.com]
  • Epidemiology Frequency United StatesPsychosis, delirium, mood symptoms, anxiety, insomnia, and sexual dysfunction are considered rare adverse effects of therapeutic doses of prescription amphetamines.[thehealthscience.com]
  • Epidemiology General The prevalence of delusional disorder in the United States is estimated in the DSM-IV-TR to be around 0.03%, which is considerably lower than the prevalence of schizophrenia (1%) and mood disorders (5%).[health.am]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Pathophysiology

  • Pathophysiology The pathophysiology of amphetamine-related psychiatric disorders is difficult to establish, because amphetamines influence multiple neural systems.[thehealthscience.com]

Prevention

  • Synonyms for Mental Hospital 79 Dictionaries of Drunkenness 82 The Religion Called Psychiatry 102 Mental Illness and Mental Incompetence 112 The Illusion of Mental Patients Rights 128 The Illusion of Drug Abuse Treatment 144 The Case Against Suicide Prevention[books.google.de]
  • Seite 205 - Recurrent inappropriate compensatory behavior in order to prevent weight gain, such as self-induced vomiting: misuse of laxatives, diuretics, enemas, or other medications; fasting; or excessive exercise C. ‎[books.google.de]
  • Relapse Prevention A relapse prevention plan will help the user tremendously, not only with preventing amphetamine relapse but also with avoiding a problem with other drugs and/or alcohol (polysubstance abuse or cross addiction).[drugabuse.com]
  • Long-term treatment with amphetamine-based medication in children appears to prevent unwanted changes in brain function and structure.[medicalnewstoday.com]
  • 1999).While anti-psychotic medications demonstrate efficacy in providing short-term relief when a heavy user of amphetamines experiences psychosis, there is no evidence to guide decisions regarding long-term clinical care using these medications for preventing[cochrane.org]

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