Mood Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition

Mood Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition

Index

Criteria
Definition
Mood Disorder Flow Chart
Treatment ( Psychotherapy )
Treatment ( Pharmacotherapy )


Definition

Mood Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition is a mood disorder due to direct physiological conditions.

ONSET:

After or during a General Medical Condition:


Diagnostic Criteria - Mental Health made easy.

Mood Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition.

1. At least one of the following:

A. Mark lack of interest in all or almost all,activities.( A depressed mood state. )
B. Heighten or irritable mood.

2. Evidence condition is from a general medical condition.

3. Symptoms not from another disorder.

4. Symptoms not from delirium.

5. Clinically significant distress from symptoms, or impairment in work, social,or other areas of important functioning.

Specify:

Depressive Features.
Major Depressive-like Episode.
Manic Features.
Mixed Features.


Treatment ( Psychotherapy )

Adlerian Therapy
Behavior Therapy
Existential Therapy
Gestalt Therapy
Person-centered Therapy
Psychoanalytic
Rational-emotive Therapy
Reality Therapy
Transactional Analysis


Treatment ( Pharmacotherapy )

Antidepressants

Selecting the Right Antidepressant
Definition AD's

Adapin
Amitril
Anafranil
Asendin
Aventil
Celexa
Cymbalta / Yentreve
Desyrel
Effexor
Elavil
Emitrip
Endep
Enovil
Etrafon
Etrafon-A
Etrafon-Forte
Dohme
Lexapro ( Lexaprotm )
Ludiomil
Luvox
Marplan
Nardil
Norpramine
Pamelor
Parnate
Paxil
Pertofrane
PMS-Levazine
Prozac
Sharpe
Sinequan
SK-Amitriptyline
Surmontil
Tofranil
Vivactil
Wellbutrin
Zoloft
Zyban

Bipolar Disorder

Atretol
Calam
Cibaliyh-S
Clonidine
Depakene
Epitol
Eskalith
Eskalith CR
Isoptin
Tegretol
Lithane
Lithobid
Nimodipine
Valprotate

 
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