Neurotic Disorder (Disorders Neurotic)

Neurosis is a functional mental disorder, arising from no apparent organic lesion. It is characterized by anxiety, depression, irritability, mental confusion and avoidance behavior.

This disorder is the consequence of the following process: mental.

Presentation

Jaw & Teeth
Entire body system
  • Nightmare Nightmares[source] The symptoms include nightmares, a diffuse anxiety, and guilt over having survived when others perished. [source] The emergence of a sense of lack of sleep or nightmares[source]
  • Physician People with psychiatric disorders seldom receive treatment, even when they have consulted their primary care physician about them. [source] Within the previous year, only a third had made contact with their primary care physician for their mental problem: of these 30 % were receiving treatment. [source] In severe cases, a physician may prescribe anti-anxiety medication or mild tranquilizers for the patient. [source]
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neurologic
  • Vertigo In some cases, neurosis manifests itself in violation of vestibular apparatus , ie there are elements of vertigo with sudden blackouts. [source]
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Skin
cardiovascular
  • Tachycardia classified elsewhere Use additional code to identify the associated physical condition, as: psychogenic: asthma (493.9) dermatitis (692.9) duodenal ulcer (532.0-532.9) eczema (691.8, 692.9) gastric ulcer (531.0-531.9) mucous colitis (564.9) paroxysmal tachycardia [source] Autonomic and Visceral Symptoms Palpitations, Tachycardia, Sweating, Flushes, Dyspnea, Hyperventilation, Dry Mouth, Frequency and hesitancy of micturition, Dizziness, Diarrhea, Mydriasis 2. [source] The libido is ultimately discharged abnormally along subcortical pathways, giving rise to apprehensiveness, irritability, tachycardia, perspiration, and breathlessness—the clinical picture of anxiety neurosis. [ See Anxiety .] [source]
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urogenital
  • Sexual Dysfunction Other somatic symptoms are sexual dysfunction, abnormal functioning of certain organs and partial paralysis. [source] A neurosis may also manifest as a sexual dysfunction, slipping into a trance state (dissociative disorder), a generalized anxiety disorder , or as irritability, mental and physical fatigue, sleep disturbances, and a general sense of instability (neurasthenia [source] dysfunctions - LR Derogatis, JK Meyer - Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1979 - Springer Deliberate self-harm: clinical and socio-economic characteristics of 368 patients - HG Morgan, CJ BURNS-CØX, H Pocock - The British Journal of , 1975 - RCP Anorexia [source]
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psychiatrical
  • Compulsive Behavior The obsessive compulsive syndrome and compulsive behaviors are the bases of anankastic neurosis.  [source] behavior , in which repetitive thoughts and behaviors become time-intensive and intrusive in one's life. [source] in situations from which escape is difficult, such as being in a crowd, traveling in a car or train, or being on a bridge or elevator; unreasonable fears ( phobias ) of specific types, such as animal, blood, or weather-related phobias; or obsessive-compulsive [source]
  • Delusion In paranoid schizophrenia the person has delusions that he or she is being persecuted by "others" (for example, neighbors, the government, being from outer space), often because the person is someone special such as "the messiah" (a delusion of grandiosity [source] Depression and paranoia are often associated with dementia, and some demented people develop delusions and hallucinations. [source] That is, the person loses the ability to think straight and make realistic judgments, and may experience delusions and hallucinations. [source]
  • Depersonalization Major changes in dissociative disorders in the recent fifth edition of DSM-5 include the following: (1) derealization is included in the name and symptom structure of what previously was called depersonalization disorder (depersonalization-derealization [source] Antipsychotic drugs are sometimes used to treat the depersonalization-derealization disorder; however, their effectiveness has not been demonstrated in any controlled study, and the emergence of depersonalization-derealization has been reported under [source] We are aware that this is specific of depersonalization-derealization disorder, a dissociative disorder according to the DSM-5. [source]
  • Dysphoric Mood Depressive Disorder An affective disorder manifested by either a dysphoric mood or loss of interest or pleasure in usual activities. [source]
  • Emotional Lability Psychic disorder it occurs as psychogenous amnesia (F44.0), hysteric illusion and hallucination, emotional lability, and are accompanied by crick, loud cry etc. [source]
  • Frigidity They include transsexualism, the paraphilias, and the psychosexual dysfunctions--dyspareunia, frigidity, and impotence. [source] Frigidity Psychogenically inhibited female sexual response manifested by a variety of difficulties ranging from complete lack of sexual response to incomplete orgastic climax. [source]
  • Self Mutilation 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. [source]
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  • Depression In the past, dysthymia had several other names: depressive neurosis, neurotic depression, depressive personality disorder, and persistent anxiety depression[source] John's wort may also be helpful for mild depression[source] It is a chronic, mild depression that lasts for a long period of time. [source]
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References

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  • Disorders of personality: introducing a DSM/ICD spectrum from normal to abnormal - T Millon - 2011 - books.google.com
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  • Language in Psychiatry, II: Results From the International Field Trials of the ICD-1O Diagnostic Criteria for Research for Mental and Behavioral Disorders - JE Cooper, J van Drimmelen - Am J Psychiatry, 1995 - Am Psychiatric Assoc
  • Depersonalisation disorder: clinical features of 204 cases - D Baker, E Hunter, E Lawrence, N Medford - The British Journal of , 2003 - RCP
  • A Study of Acute Neurotic Depression as Seen in Military Psychiatry and its Differential. Diagnosis from the Depressive Psychoses - GTT Stockings - The British Journal of Psychiatry, 1944 - RCP
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  • A psychological profile of the sexual dysfunctions - LR Derogatis, JK Meyer - Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1979 - Springer
  • Deliberate self-harm: clinical and socio-economic characteristics of 368 patients - HG Morgan, CJ BURNS-CØX, H Pocock - The British Journal of , 1975 - RCP
  • Anorexia nervosa: An affective disorder? - DP Cantwell, S Sturzenberger, J Burroughs - Archives of General , 1977 - Am Med Assoc
  • 100 years of delusional parasitosis - W Trabert - Psychopathology, 1995 - content.karger.com
  • Bipolar outcome in the course of depressive illness: phenomenologic, familial, and pharmacologic predictors - HS Akiskal, P Walker, VR Puzantian, D King - of Affective Disorders, 1983 - Elsevier

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