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Prognosis and course in manic-depressive psychoses

Gunnar A. R. Lundquist

Prognosis and course in manic-depressive psychoses

a follow-up study of 319 first admissions

by Gunnar A. R. Lundquist

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Published in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manic-depressive illness.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gunnar Lundquist ...
    SeriesActa psychiatrica et neurologica., 35
    ContributionsGrove, Grenville, b. 1878.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC516 .L8413
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95, [1] p.
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL263231M
    LC Control Numbermed47000613
    OCLC/WorldCa13342664

    Bipolar disorder was formerly called manic is a form of major affective disorder, or mood disorder, defined by manic or hypomanic episodes (changes from one's normal mood accompanied Author: Debra Fulghum Bruce, Phd.   Bipolar psychosis happens when a person experiences an episode of severe mania or depression, along with psychotic symptoms and hallucinations. The symptoms tend to .

    This study reports the evidence of women with a diagnosis of manic‐depressive psychosis, from two standardized locus of control scales: Rotter's Internal‐External scale and Reid & Ware's 3‐Factor Internal‐External Scale. The study compares a patient sample with a ‘normative’ group reported previously in the locus of control by: 8.   • Present clinical and research methods of differential diagnosis of schizophrenia and affective psychoses rely very heavily on presenting symptoms and signs, especially in acute psychosis. We have reviewed studies bearing on this issue, including studies of the phenomenology of psychotic illness, Cited by:

      Manic depressive psychosis is a serious psychiatric illness characterized by pronounced mood swings and the presence of delusions and duals with this presentation of manic depression, also known as bipolar disorder, often have difficulty with everyday functioning, such as maintaining relationships and a job, due to the pronounced nature of their psychosis, which blurs.   The steady growth of the discipline of medical humanities has facilitated better understanding of the symptoms and signs of mental health conditions and the feelings of the humans experiencing them. In this project, the arts have been seen as enabling re-engagement of the practitioner with the patient's own perceptions and feelings. With respect to the association between creativity and Cited by: 2.


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Prognosis and course in manic-depressive psychoses by Gunnar A. R. Lundquist Download PDF EPUB FB2

Prognosis and Course in Manic-Depressive Psychoses. A Follow-Up Study of First Admissions. [Gunnar Lundquist] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A follow-up study of manic-depressive conditions is reported.

Analysis of such conditions permits the following summary. Positive heredity is common—chiefly depressions, and more commonly in Cited by: Best prospect for recovery for patients having first attack is between 21 poorer af worst after Recovered patients show small number of attacks () and shortening of the course in subsequent attacks.

The more frequent the attacks, the less chance for ultimate recovery. Depth of psychosis is not significantly by: The general prognosis of the disease is not favorable. The attacks have in some cases a tendency to come closer together, so that the normal intervals became gradually shorter and shorter until they are either totally wanting or almost so.

Etiology. Manic-depressive psychoses are common. [Course and prognosis in manic-depressive psychosis]. [Article in German] KINKELIN M. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms.

Bipolar Disorder* Humans; Mental Disorders* Prognosis; Psychotic Disorders* Supplementary Concepts. Major Affective Disorder 1Cited by: 3. The course and prognosis of manic-depressive psychosis: a quantitative analysis of episodes and intervals.

Fukuda K, Etoh T, Iwadate T, Ishii by: the course of the manic depressive psychosis This work concerns a katamnestic examination of a number of melancholiacs who have been patients at the Psychiatric Clinic in the years At the time when the examinations were carried out () there had elapsed from nine to fifteen years since the patients were treated at the clinic.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Manic Depressive Psychoses: Types and Explanation of Manic Depressive Psychoses. B liven () opines that the s may be described as the age of melancholy as affective disorders are observed increasing at a rapid speed in the common population.

ADVERTISEMENTS: The harsh realities of life have smashed many ideas, aspirations and ambitions of modern [ ]. Mood symptoms maybe manic, depressive or both manic and depressive.

Psychotic symptoms may occur before, during or after their depressive, mixed or manic episodes. The illness tends to be the course of illness. In addition, between 50% and 90% of schizophrenic patients smoke cigarettes, contributing to increased Author: Sutapa Basu. Tohen et al. conducted a 4-year prospective naturalistic study of 75 patients hospitalized for a manic episode to identify predictors of outcome.

10 The presence of psychosis at index episode was associated with long-term poor outcome after 12 to 48 months, Cited by: Kraepelin's basic attitude to the classification of psychoses was data-oriented and flexible.

In his latter years he was close to revising his own celebrated dichotomy between manic-depressive. This book is the first comprehensive overview of the clinical features, biology, course and long-term outcome of brief and acute psychoses.

The authors review the world literature on the topic and they also present data from their own longitudinal study - the most complete investigation of this group of disorders so far conducted. Prognosis of Bipolar Disorder Without treatment with medications, the risk of having a recurrence of a Bipolar mood episode (Major Depressive, Hypomanic, Manic or Mixed) after a previous one has resolved is as high as 85% in the first year [ref].

Course, Duration, and Prognosis of the Depressed Type of Manic-Depressive Psychoses. - As in mania, the course is irregular, interrupted by temporary remissions and exacerbations. The duration varies within very wide limits, from a few days to several months or even years; the prognosis is always favorable for recovery from the attack, except.

Polarity of the first episode, clinical characteristics, and course of manic depressive illness: A systematic retrospective investigation of bipolar I patients. The Group of Schizoaffective and Related Psychoses: IV. A Family Study Amos Welner, Zila Welner, and Roberta Fishman IN PREVIOUS STUDIES, we reviewed the literature of Schizoaffective and related psychoses,'-'s reported findings of records of patients," and followed up a sample of '5 The studies were an attempt to classify this psychosis or psychoses that is usually characterized by an Cited by:   Psychoses and chronicity continued to be considered diagnostic of schizophrenia despite being common in psychotic mood disorders.

The works of several of these authors are summarized in this chapter and in selected quotes that are given in Tables and Author: C. Raymond Lake. A longitudinal study showed that 10% of previously hospitalized psychotic patients with bipolar disorder were delusional 2 years after hospital discharge/1 Thus, although psychosis is most Cited by: MANIC–DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS IN CHILDHOOD MANIC–DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS IN CHILDHOOD Anthony, James; Scott, Peter Bradley () came to the conclusion that a real confusion existed in the psychiatric literature on the use of the term "children", and suggested that the designation be limited to those of 12 years and under.

These anxiety (psychic and somatic) symptoms are correlated with worse clinical course and worse treatment outcomes for MDD.

Importantly, there is an increased risk of suicidality and suicide in the presence of anxiety symptoms (comorbid psychic anxiety, panic attacks, severe anxiety, and panic disorder) in those with MDD starting within a year. Manic-depressive psychosis symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment information for Manic-depressive psychosis (Major affective disorder 1) with alternative diagnoses, full-text book chapters, misdiagnosis, research treatments, prevention, and prognosis.manic-depressive insanity and de-mentia praecox (1).

Kraepelin recog-nized that the course of illness differ-entiated types of psychoses. Whereas dementia praecox had a deteriorating course, he noted, manic-depressive illness was episodic with full recovery between episodes and had a good prognosis.

However, modern studies.Manic episodes appear to be associated with decreased activation of the right vPFC whereas depressive episodes are associated with decreased activation of the left vPFC. People with bipolar disorder who are in a euthymic mood state show decreased activity in the lingual gyrus compared to people without bipolar cations: Suicide, self-harm.