Our patient is co-operative upon interviewing by answering the questions that we asked him. He also sang song for us in order to entertain us. This case study also encouraged us to read more on Bipolar Affective Disorder (BAD). I believe this case study will help us in the future. 30.
My patient, Ms. X, was a 35 year old female admitted into a mental institution with bipolar affective disorder and was currently going through a phase of aggression. I observed that when the patient tried to ask questions regarding her treatment, she was ignored and was not answered.
Bipolar Disorder Case Study: Bipolar disorder or bipolar affective disorder (historically known as manic-depressive disorder or manic depression) is a psychiatric diagnosis for a mood disorder in which people experience disruptive mood swings. These encompass a frenzied state known as mania (or hypomania) usually alternated with symptoms of depression.
Case Report Case study of a patient presenting both type II bipolar affective disorder and Klinefelter syndrome H. Delavenne1, J.M. Khoury1, F. Thibaut 2 and F.D. Garcia1,3. diagnosed with bipolar disorder, strongly suggest that our patient has type II bipolar disorder.
Bipolar affective disorder is one of the most common, severe and persistent mental illnesses. Bipolar disorder is characterized by peri ods of deep, prolonged and profound depression.
The following case study will track the course of bipolar disorder in an eighteen-year old male, Elliott Smith. This paper will compare his course of bipolar disorder to that of the DSM-IV criteria, while also highlighting some of the causes, treatments, and research about bipolar disorder.
Two subtypes of schizoaffective disorder have been identified: bipolar type and depressive type. Bipolar type is associated with the presence of manic or mixed episodes within the illness.
Bipolar disorders are a lifelong disease. 4 The onset of significant symptoms may occur at any age from early childhood to late in the 50s and even beyond. 4 For many, the age range between 15 and 24 seems to be the time when significant, disruptive swings in mood and functioning manifest clearly. 4 Genetics is a factor in bipolar disorder with first-degree relatives seven times more likely to.
Bipolar disorder - a case study Millions of Americans diagnosed with mental illness lead healthy lives because of information discovered through clinical studies. History of bipolar disorder - Bipolar disorder has left its mark on history.
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Background: The initial prodrome to bipolar disorder has received very little attention to date, with most of the available data only addressing the prodrome to relapse. This study presents several prospective case studies of the initial prodrome to bipolar affective disorder. Methods: Three patients are presented who developed bipolar disorder during their treatment at the Personal Assessment.
Bipolar Disorder In The Primary Care Case Study Bipolar Disorder in the Primary Care Setting Mental disorders can severely affect an individual’s cognition and functionality. “Bipolar disorder (BD) represents a major public health concern; the World Health Organization (WHO) ranks BD as the sixth leading cause of years lost due to disability in young adults” (Rosa et al., 2010, p. 984).
This case study aims to: Know the definition and the history of the development of bipolar manic disorder. Identify the facts that may contribute in acquiring bipolar manic disorder. Formulate appropriate diagnosis on which to base the necessary psychiatric nursing interventions.
What is Bipolar Disorder? extreme changes in mood, energy and sleep mood swings happen with more frequency and intensity Causes extremes cause problems at school, home, work, with friends, and family brain abnormalities Environment significant stress can trigger an episode brain.
We report the case of a child presenting with obsessive compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder at a very young age. A review of the relevant literature has been undertaken, to compile the information on comorbidity of bipolar disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder in childhood.
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The aim of this case study was to report a case of a man with untreated KS who was also diagnosed with type II bipolar disorder. This case report raises awareness regarding psychiatric diagnoses that may be associated with such a highly prevalent condition.
This nested case-control study reports a substantially increased risk for nonaffective psychotic disorder and bipolar disorder in individuals with an early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Little is known about comorbidities of bipolar disorder such as Parkinson's disease. A case history and a literature survey indicate that bipolar disorder is linked with or influences Parkinson's disease and vice versa. Underlying mechanisms are poorly understood, and, more importantly, no treatment options are established in such double diagnoses.