psychiatric history


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psychiatric history

A person's mental profile, which includes information about chief complaint, present illness, psychological adjustments made before onset of disease, individual and family Hx of psychiatric or mental disorders, and an early developmental Hx
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Many couples discovered the identity, horrifying medical background, psychiatric history and criminal record of the donor through prolonged Internet searches.
Mothers with troubled childhoods were more likely to have a lower level of education, to have a psychiatric history and to drink and smoke during pregnancy.
Not every state licensing board asks about psychiatric history, but many do ask these questions in a way that violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (Acad Med.
Other forbidden subjects include disabilities, marital status, military record, number of children (or who cares for them), addiction history, citizenship, criminal record, psychiatric history, absenteeism, or workman's compensation.
Yet I found Inside The Mental by Kay Parley to be a fascinating slice of Canadian psychiatric history.
We present a case of a patient with hypothyroidism with acute onset psychotic symptoms and positive antithyroid antibodies without a previous psychiatric history.
Demographic variables such as marital status, number of children, positive family psychiatric history, past medical history, duration at high altitude and educational levels were found to be significant risk factors for developing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Defence barrister Kevin Hill said Shannon had a psychiatric history which might offer some mitigation.
C's psychotic symptoms are considered to be sequelae of neurosyphilis, based on (1) the presence of positive antibody tests, (2) residual neurologic deficits, (3) other suggestive sequelae (aortic regurgitation, sensorineural deafness), and (4) age-inappropriate gradual cognitive decline in the absence of other psychiatric history.
It found many women who completed suicide had two or more risk factors for major depression, two thirds had a prior psychiatric history, and most were experiencing relationship stress.
Review the patient's medical, developmental, communication, environmental, and psychiatric history before and after the problem behavior.
Insomnia usually diagnosed by a through sleep history, detailed medical history, substance intake history and psychiatric history.

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