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Psychoneurology - [from psycho ..., Neuro ... (nevro. ..) and ... logy], Section of Neuropathology and Psychiatry, studying neuroses and other border states.

The border states - the designation of the weak, abortive forms of nervous and mental disorders in the vicinity of the conditional boundary between mental health and severe pathology. The terms of these disorders is very broad. People living in border states, require specialized psychological, social and ... Read more »
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Atypical depression and hypomania - these states are blurred forms, not reaching full maturity psychopathology. The main characteristic of mood disorders display little pronounced, and some of them are missing.

There are the masked depression (hidden depression). Patients may not be aware of depression and are often convinced of the existence of a host of rare and difficult to diagnose the disease. Assuming your doctor is not competent, they insist on numerou ... Read more »
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Different types of stress cause a reflex stimulation of the hypothalamus by or through the cerebral cortex that leads to an increase in the secretion of anterior pituitary hormones. Sympatho-adrenal system, in turn, plays an important role in the emergence of psycho-somatic disorders in conditions of emotional stress.

Thus, trauma can lead to changes that cause autonomic dysfunction, particularly dysfunction of internal organs. Sometimes these disorders can b ... Read more »
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The impulsive personality type is peculiar to active but not capable of purposeful activity of people long. Among them are common people with disinhibition of instincts, are prone to perversion and sexual excesses.

With favorable conditions in the dynamics of the positive impact of the environment, these psychiatric manifestations can be stabilized and partially compensated.

If there is a growing disadvantage for psychopathic features, leading to a dis ... Read more »
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The first signs of functional disorders of breathing recorded, usually in adolescence and becoming syndromal maturity in adolescence. Premorbide most patients with GBS represented the terms sthenic personality disorders, serving in the structure of the hyperthymic, hyperthymic and hystero-schizoid patoharakterologicheskoe-expansive warehouse.

In spite of the typological differences of personality traits, the majority of patients show signs of a special accent ... Read more »
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Delirium (insanity) - a syndrome of clouding of consciousness, characterized by severe visual hallucinations, illusions, delusions and accompanied by imaginative psychomotor agitation, violation of orientation in time and place.

Hallucinations are mostly character stsenopodobnyh, mobile, multiple, often zoological.

Delirium tremens (delirium tremens drunks) - an acute alcoholic psychosis, observed in II-III stages of alcoholism.

The clinic is de ... Read more »
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Late-life depression - psychosis, first appearing in later life, characterized by depressive syndromes of varying structure and does not lead to the development of cyanide dementia (dementia).

In the most typical cases of late-life depression is manifested:
  • depressed mood
  • agitation with fear.
  • The clinical picture c ... Read more »
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