By Andreas Marneros, Frank Pillmann
Acute psychotic problems with a brief length and a typically stable diagnosis have lengthy intrigued psychiatrists. even if they're integrated in the world over permitted diagnostic platforms, our knowing of those problems continues to be at a minimum point. This e-book is the 1st entire evaluation in their medical positive aspects, biology, path and long term results. The authors additionally deal with their nosological prestige and effect on our realizing of the continuum of psychotic and affective problems.
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1991b; Marneros, 1999, 2003; Marneros and Angst, 2000). Long before the name ‘schizoaffective’ was used by John Kasanin in 1933 in the USA, the disorders referred to by that name had already been described in Europe. Karl Kahlbaum is considered the ﬁrst psychiatrist of the modern era who placed schizoaffective disorders into a separate group, which he called ‘vesania typica circularis’ (Kahlbaum, 1863). For his deﬁnition, Kahlbaum applied cross-sectional and longitudinal aspects. Emil Kraepelin also knew cases between ‘Dementia Praecox’ and ‘Manic-Depressive Insanity’ (Kraepelin, 1920, 1896, 1893, 1899/1990).
Emotional syndromes r Depressions r Excitations r Emotional paralysis. 2. Syndromes with disturbance of consciousness r Delirious states r Dissociative states, twilight states, fugues. 3. Paranoid (delusional) states r Sensitive delusions of reference r Litigious paranoia r Incarceration psychoses r Delusional psychoses in the deaf r Delusional psychoses in other forms of sensory deprivation r Psychoses following linguistic isolation r Induced psychoses. 5. In the third edition of the DSM, there was an attempt to give operational criteria for an entity called ‘Brief Reactive Psychosis’.
2000). The authors concluded that the diagnosis of schizophreniform disorder has no value and should be discarded. , 1995). The development in the USA was described in reviews by Vaillant (1964), Maj (1984), Perris (1986) and Pichot (1986a). It can be assumed, according to these authors, that one of the earliest papers on the topic was published by Kirby (1913). On the basis of case reports, Kirby adopted the view that the occurrence of catatonic symptoms was not only a phenomenon of dementia praecox, but could also be found in cases of recurrent psychoses with a syndrome shift to manic-depressive episodes during course.
Acute and Transient Psychoses by Andreas Marneros, Frank Pillmann