Disorders of Basic Physical Functions

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/26/11 Disorders of Basic Physical Functions Chapter Thirteen
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5/26/11 Overview Acute and chronic stressors play a role in physical conditions. Bodily complaints may be a way of coping with stress. Bodily systems are pushed to work harder during times of stress. Psychosomatic Issues Physical “problems” can be a diagnosable
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5/26/11 Elimination Disorders Toilet training When is the best time? Why such an “issue?”
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5/26/11 Enuresis Enuresis : repeated involuntary or intentional discharge of urine into bed or clothes beyond the expected age for controlling urination Enuresis must occur 2x/week for 3 consecutive months Nocturnal vs. Diurnal
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5/26/11 Encopresis Repeated passage of feces into inappropriate places 1x/month for 3 months Less researched than enuresis 25% of encopretic kids have enuresis
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5/26/11 Rumination Disorder Repeatedly regurgitating and spitting out or re-chewing own food following eating. It must last for at least one month before the diagnosis can be made. No signs of nausea, retching, or disgust associated with rumination
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5/26/11 Pica Pica is a disorder that occurs when children persistently eat one or more non-food substances over the course of at least one month. Pica may result in serious medical problems, such as intestinal blockage, poisoning, parasitic infection, and
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5/26/11 Feeding Disorder of Infancy Diagnosed when a child does not eat adequately and maintain proper nutrition.
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Janetseward during the Spring '11 term at Lewis University .

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