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Mental diagnosis

mental health

Paranoid personality disorder Pattern of distrust and suspiciousness in which others' motives are interpreted as malevolent; accompanied by hypervigilance.
Schizoid personality disorder pattern of withdrawal, introspection, oversensitivity, seclusiveness, and detachment from initiating and maintaining close social relationships accompanied by a restricted range of emotional expression.
Schizotypal personality disorder Pattern of acute discomfort in close relationships, cognitive or perceptual distortions and eccentricities of behavior.
Antisocial personality disorder Pattern of disregard for and violation of the rightrs of others
Borderline personality disorder Pattern of instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects accompanied by marked impulsivity.
Histrionic personality disorder Pattern of exaggeration, acting out, or demonstration of feelings often expressed in explosive reactions; strives for excitement and surprise in relationships with others.
Narcissistic personality disoder Pattern of grandiosity toward self, fantasies of power over others, omniscience, self-importance, vanity, need for admiration by others, need for opportunities for exhibiting self, and lack of empathy and understanding.
Avoidant personality disorder Pattern or social inhibition, feelings of inadequancy, and hypersensitivity to negative evalution.
Dependent personality disorder Patternof passive, submissive, indecisive,and clinging behavior related to an excessive need to be taken care of, nutured, and supported.
Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder Pattern of preoccupation with orderliness, perfectionism, control, and ritualistic or repetitive behavior.
Early/Forgetful Phase Difficulty with short-term and recent memory, intermittent/consistent confusion about ime and place, concrete thinking, difficulty with problem solving and new learnig, and declining ability to perform on the job or carry out IADL's.
Confusional Phase Increase memory deficits, consistant confusion about time, place, and person, poor concentration with an inability to make sense of incoming stimuli, requires help of caregiver for safety and financial mangement, declining ability to perform BADL's, decli
Dementia Phase Loss of awareness of familiar people, surrounding, and seasonal changes, declining ability to carry out familiar, repetitive actions, declining use of vocabulary, declining liss of voluntary movement for ambulation, eating, toileting
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