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primary syndrome
due to idiopathic, classic psychiatric
secondary syndrome
due to general medical or traditional neurologic condition
what are some examples of primary syndrome?
-major depressive disorder with melancholic features melancholia

-panic disorder
-schizophrenia
-alcohol dependence
-antisocial personality disorder
-obsessive compulsive disorder
what are some ex, of secondary disorder?
- mood disorder due to stroke
-delirium
-psychotic disorder due to syphilis
what are the components of BBE?
Appearance, Motor functioning,affect and mood, language and speech, thought content, delusions, first rank symtoms, perceptual disturbances, cognitve assessment
Assess Appearance
- Alertness
- Degree of cooperativeness, spontaneity and manner
Types of Build
- Endormorphic - chubby, high fat to muscle ratio
- Ectomorphic- thin and lanky
-mesomorphic - high muscle fat ratio ( antisocial)
-dyplastic- body parts are disportionate in size, shape or relationship to each other
omega sign
furrowing of the brow over the bridge of the nose,
Melancholia
Forehead muscle tension due to anxiety
Motoring funtion
hyperactivity- doing to many things.common in mania

hypoactivity- paucity of actions. major depressive disorder
Increased frequency of purposely action in response to an intense mood
agitation
inner restlessness with similar motor behavior as in agitation , caused by neuroelptic meds
akathisia
relatively rhythmic involuntary movements, most readily noticed in upper extremities
tremor
non-rhythimic, non-symmetric jerky , almost any muscle group
choreothetoid movements
jerky non-rhythmic, repetitive, non-wandering movementsof one few muscles
tic
involuntary rhythmic apposition of thumb and forefinger,
pill-rolling tremor
worm-like involuntary movements most prominent when anti-gravity muscles are most active
postural tremor
past pointing, cerebellar dysfunction
intention tremor
flapping tremor,extend patients hand at the wrist. Patients with this will flex and extend their hand against your hand
asterixis
a coarse rhythmic shoulder tremor as if one were trying to fly
wing- beating tremor
inability to perform simple motor tasks despite adequate motor strenght and sensory function
apraxia
worm-like involuntary movements most prominent when anti-gravity muscles are most active
postural tremor
past pointing, cerebellar dysfunction
intention tremor
flapping tremor,extend patients hand at the wrist. Patients with this will flex and extend their hand against your hand
asterixis
a coarse rhythmic shoulder tremor as if one were trying to fly
wing- beating tremor
inability to perform simple motor tasks despite adequate motor strenght and sensory function
apraxia
worm-like involuntary movements most prominent when anti-gravity muscles are most active
postural tremor
past pointing, cerebellar dysfunction
intention tremor
flapping tremor,extend patients hand at the wrist. Patients with this will flex and extend their hand against your hand
asterixis
a coarse rhythmic shoulder tremor as if one were trying to fly
wing- beating tremor
inability to perform simple motor tasks despite adequate motor strenght and sensory function
apraxia