Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Sep 1, , TOGAY EVRIN and others published Acil serviste konversiyon bozukluğu tanısı alan hastaların. ICD’da;. F44 Disosiyatif Bozukluklar. F Disosyatif bellek kaybı. F Disosyatif füg. F Disosyatif stupor. F Trans bozuklukları. Patolojik kumar ve konversiyon bozukluğu eş tanısı: Olgu sunumu ve psikoterapi süreci. The comorbidity of pathological gambling and conversion disorder.
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konversiyon – ekşi sözlük
CG may be idiopathic or secondary to an underlying bozuklju. In the PNES group, the family history of psychiatric disorder was higher than the control group and a stress factor usually accompanied the emergence of the symptoms.
Adolescents with PNES had more emotional and sexual traumatic experiences compared to the control group.
It is found that, the family functionality defect of the adolescents with CD, affects their strength of attachment to their parents, correspondingly they have more behavioral problems, have difficulties coping konversiyonn adverse life occasions and they mostly use primitive defense mechanisms, their short-term memory and attention performance are also effected negatively.
In this context the relation between conversive adolescents emotional, behavioral defence mechanisms, the defences they use in peer relations and coping strategies, attachment characteristics, cognitive processing of emotional data, negative parental relations, parental attachment characteristics and emotion recognition ability is researched by comparing with healthy controls.
Forty-two adolescents with PNES aged between and 38 healthy adolescents who were matched with the study group in respect to age, gender and socioeconomic status were participated.
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Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. Similar to Sydenham chorea, psychiatric symptoms may be observed in cases of CG. The sample was composed of Thirtysix adolescents with conversion disorder aged between and 37 healthy adolescents that were evaluated.
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Childhood traumas and alexithymia were found v to be significant risk factors for PNES. One of the most common causes of CG is antiphospholipid syndrome.
In order to determine the specificity of these results, studies including adolescents with other psychiatric disorders as control groups are required.
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Family Assessment, Relationship Questionnaire are applied to parents After the assessments, it is indicated that conversion disorders are seen more often in girls and mid-low socioeconomic-sociocultural families.
Konversiyon Bozukluğu, Yapay Bozukluk, Temaruz by Ahmet Rifat Sahin on Prezi
PNES was more common in females with middle and lower-middle socioeconomic status. In addition, comorbid psychopathologies in adolescents with Konverxiyon were evaluated. The results of this study suggest that childhood traumas and alexithymia may have a role in the development of PNES type of conversion disorder in adolescents.
In this respect, childhood traumas, attachment security, alexithymia, self-image and self-esteem were examined.
In addition to traumatic experiences and alexithymia, attachment security and self-esteem need to be evaluated in these patients. English Copyright of Turk Psikiyatri Dergisi is the property of Turk Psikiyatri Dergisi and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission. More alexithymia and less self-esteem were determined in the PNES group. There is need for further studiesin which adolescents with different psyhological disorders are included in the control group; in order to evaluate whether these results are specific for conversion disorder in adolescents.
However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. Chorea gravidarum CG is a rare movement disorder characterized by rapid, irregular randomly distributed involuntary movements during pregnancy. When it is compared to the control group, the adolescents diagnosed with CD have difficulties in attention, emotional and behavioral aspects, their family functionality is defective, insufficient ability of neutral, happy and non-negative facial expressions; and their happy emotional recognition has found prolonged.
Stress is typically a factor at the beginning of the symptoms and CD is often accompanied by primarily somatoform disorders and also other psychiatric diseases.