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    Dissociative Identity Disorder Conditions

    Dissociative Identity Disorder, What are the symptoms of dissociative identity disorder? The two essential symptoms which distinguish dissociative identity disorder (DID)...

    A Brief Guide to Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder Professional

    A Brief Guide to Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder, This article is provided by Carolyn Spring of  PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) , which exists ...

    Allergic Phenomena Professional

    Allergic Phenomena, It is essential to distinguish between allergy and other phenomena. Gastrointestinal (GI) intolerance of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), lactose i...

    Hospitalisation Phenomena Professional

    Hospitalisation Phenomena, This is what is meant by hospitalisation phenomena . Causes Patients may appear to deteriorate in hospital compared with how they were in the communit...

    Medically Unexplained Symptoms (Assessment and Management) Professional

    dissociative phenomena somatization polysymptomatic

    Overuse Phenomena and RSI Professional

    Overuse Phenomena and RSI, Synonym: cumulative trauma disorder Overuse phenomena are usually seen in the wrists and hands. Cumulative microtrauma causes tendinopathy and tenos...

    Non-epileptic Seizures Professional

    Psychogenic seizures include different types: [ 2 ] Dissociative seizures are involuntary and happen unconsciously. This is the most common type of NES and the person has no control ove...

    Repetitive Strain Injury Conditions

    work related upper limb injury overuse phenomena repetitive strain injury

    Schizophrenia Conditions

    Some of the symptoms that occur in schizophrenia also occur in other mental health conditions such as depression , mania, and  dissociative identity disorder , or after taking some str...

    Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Professional

    Auras may cause sensory, autonomic or psychic symptoms: Somatosensory and special sensory phenomena: Olfactory, auditory and gustatory illusions and hallucinations may occur. Pat...

    Hypnagogic Hallucinations Professional

    The same study reported that patients with adjustment disorders had a 1.5-fold increase in experiencing these phenomena at least once weekly. The study also reported that over half the ind...

    Ganser's Syndrome (Pseudodementia) Professional

    The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) classifies Ganser's syndrome as a dissociative disorder. [ 1 ] It is often classified as a factitious disorder. Epidemiology Ga...

    Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder Professional

    Trailing phenomena - moving objects leave trails or after-images. Positive after-images (an image that retains the original colour).

    Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction Professional

    However, only 2-4% of newborns exhibit the clinical phenomena of nasolacrimal duct obstruction. There may (rarely) be other associated abnormalities - agenesis or abnormalities of the punc...

    Sick Building Syndrome Professional

    The Gulf War syndrome Post-vaccination phenomena. Risk factors SBS is related to both personal and environmental risk factors.

    Infective Endocarditis Professional

    Immunological phenomena, such as splinter haemorrhages, Roth's spots and glomerulonephritis, are now less common but emboli to brain (cerebrovascular accident), lung or spleen occur in 30...

    Sleep Problems in Children Professional

    They may be primary sleep phenomena or related to a physical or psychiatric disorder. Most resolve spontaneously with time and so explanation and reassurance are often appropriate.

    Skin Manifestations of Systemic Disease Professional

    Rheumatoid arthritis [ 23 ] Rheumatoid nodules - subcutaneous lumps seen near an affected joint - occur in about 25% of patients with rheumatoid arthritis . Other phenomena include thinn...

    Nasal Discharge Professional

    Recent evidence implicates lower cough receptors in the aetiology of upper airway cough. [ 7 ] Allergy Nasal discharge is often a feature of allergic phenomena. Allergic rhinitis m...

    Verteporfin and other Cytotoxics for the Eye Professional

    Complications are uncommon but may include endophthalmitis , traumatic lens injury, retinal detachment , uveitis and periocular infections. [ 2 , 3 ] Systemic side-effects - hypersensitivit...