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Reactive Attachment Disorder Inhibited Type
Reactive attachment : Hello, reactive attachment may bode problems in the long run of the relationship. Antisocial personality disorder may involve legal issues, such as fighting, taking illegal drugs, frequent dui's and other related situations. Which the client may be in need of therapy and medication from psychiatrist , therapist or family doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Markedly disturbed & developmentally inappropriate ways of relating socially to others. It arises from failure to form failure to form normal attachments to primary caregivers in early childhood, due to neglect or abuse or abrupt separation or frequent change of caregivers at age 6months to 3 years. It can be inhibited form (avoid comfort) or disinhibited (excessive ...Read more
Genetics of Bipolar: Although results inconsistent, many earlier studies suggest chromosomal aberrations (specifically chromosome 6q & 8q21). Most studies suggested heterogeneity (several genes involved, specifically those for serotonin, Dopamine & glutamate. Also, there is strong correlation with advanced paternal age, suggesting genetic mutations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Disturbance in...: Early attachments, often because of abuse or neglect, that interfere with a child's ability to bond to or respond appropriately to others. Considered a serious disorder. There may be disturbances in eating and failure to gain weight. Without intervention early on, the disorder can become relatively permanent and interfere with the ability to relate to others later on. ...Read more
Unsure of question: Ocd is a medical disorder, not a gene. Although there may be genetic factors involved, no single gene is apt to explain the disorder, and many non-genetic factors come into play as well. ...Read more
Reactive Attachment : Is a disorder in children characterized by markedly disturbed & developmentally inappropriate ways of relating socially. For example, failure to initiate or respond to social interactions (inhibited form, or rad), or indiscriminate sociability with strangers (disinhibited vform, or dad). Cause is failure to form normal attachments to primary caregivers as result of neglect, abuse or separation. ...Read more
Fragile X Syndrome &: > 30 other known genetic syndromes can cause autistic spectrum disorder & intellectual disability. Copy repeat errors on genetic microarray occur in another ~15% of folks with asd. Epigenetic factors (some viruses & toxins) change function, but not structure or sequence of fetal genes. The risk for siblings of kids with ASD of unknown etiology (cause) to develop signs of ASD is 20-40%. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Great Question: Ptsd falls under the class of anxiety disorders. It is interesting that you asked if it is a behavioral disorder. I treat primarily complex ptsd. My combat ptsd patients have hyper-responsive fight or flight reactions. Irritability, high levels of anger & aggression can be very problematic. Ptsd is a destroyer of marriages & families. Road rage & violence when dissociated are major issues. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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Which pain-causing diseases/disorders cause malfunction in transient receptor potential cation channels of subclass a type (trpa1)? Autoantibodies?
TRPA1 Gene Family: The best article i've read on this gene family is ===> http://www.Genecards.Org/cgi-bin/carddisp.Pl?Gene=trpa1. The clinical significance of mutations in this gene has been related to caffeine and nicotine sensitivity disorders, and rare environmentally-triggered pain disorders. The complete function of this gene family is not known. ...Read more
Totally different: Reactive attachment disorder is an impairment in the ability of young children to create and maintain a strong bond with caregivers; it arises from a mismatch in child needs and parenting style. Although children with asperger's disorder also have trouble connecting with others, the problem is genetic, with a decreased drive to socially connect plus odd, intense interests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Detail oriented: One can be obsessive without having ocd. Ocd itself rarely can be put to good use, involving senseless repetitive behaviors that can occupy huge chunks of time. But, someone who is naturally obsessive can do quite well in detail-oriented work where precision and exactness are key to a good outcome. Accounting, manufacturing, & editting all could be aided with a touch obsessiveness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any known/suspected relationship between. Undifferentiated connective tissue disease and mast cell activation syndrome ?
Unaware: I am not aware of such a connection ...Read more
Vascular Disease: While there is an obvious genetic predisposition for everything that happens to us, raynauds disease involves spasm of the muscular lining of the arteries. In cold weather they shrink, and hot weather makes them dilate but they do so maximally. Ask your dr. About Pletal (cilostazol) which has shown excellent results in treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the means by which anxiety disorders and personality disorders differ from an adjustment disorder?
Symptoms & Time: Anxiety disorders involve symptoms of anxiety and often fear in the case of phobias. Personality disorders contain traits and consistent behaviors that tend to be longer lasting and less episodic than anxiety (depending on disorder). Adjustment disorder contain a mixture of symptoms, often anxiety/depression for a limited period of time due to identifiable stressor. ...Read more
Medications vary: While different types of medication can be used to treat various aspects of borderline personality disorder, individual psychotherapy is the cornerstone treatment for this condition. Augmentation of individual therapy, such as dialectical behavioral therapy (dbt), and group therapy may occur with medication classes including antidepressants and mood stabilizers including anticonvulsants and atypical antipsychotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Selectively separating plasma from undesirable components such as autoimmune antibodies is called what?
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