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Specifiers for Substance Dependence
With physiological dependence
W/O physiological dependence
Early full remission
early partial remission
sustained full remission
sustained partial remission
on agonist therapy
in a controlled environment
Criteria for Substance Dependence
Tolerance
Withdrawal
Large or lengthy consumption
Desire or Failure to quit
Great deal of time involved
S,C O, or R impairment
Continued use despite risks
Criteria for Substance Abuse
Role impairment at W, S, or H
Recurrent hazardous use
Recurrent S-R legal problems
Continued use despite probs
Criteria for Substance Intoxication
Development of a reversible substance-specific syndrome due to recent ingestion of a substance
Maladaptive behavioral or psychological changes
Not due to GMC
Criteria for Substance Withdrawal
Development of a substance-specific syndrome due to the cessation of heavy/prolonged substance use
S or O distress or impairment
Not due to GMC
Associated features of SD, SA, SI, and SW
Assessment issues
Route of Administration
Speed of onset w/i class
Duration of effects
Use of multiple substances
Lab findings
Medical Conditions
Associated mental disorders
Recording Procedures for Dependence, Abuse, Intoxication, and Withdrawal
For drugs of abuse
For medications and toxins
Additional specifier for AI, CBI, CI, OI, PI, SHA-I
with perceptual disturbances
Sexual Dysfunction
Characterized by a disturbance in the processes that characterize the sexual response cycle or by pain associated with sexual intercourse.
Phases of sexual response cycle
Desire
Excitement
Orgasm
Resolution
Subtypes of Sexual Dysfunctions
Lifelong
Acquired
Generalized
Situational
Due to psychological factors
Due to combined factors
S-I Sexual Dysfunctions
With impaired desire
With impaired arousal
With impaired orgasm
With sexual pain
With onst during intoxication
Pedophilia Specifiers
Sexually attracted to M, F, B
Limited to incest
Exclusive type
Nonexclusive type
Transvestic Fetishism
With gender dysphoria
Gender Identity Disorder
S/A to M, F, B, or N
Schizophrenia Specifiers
Type
Episodic with IE Residual Sx
(w/ prominent - Sx)
Episodic w/ no IE Residual Sx
Continuous
(w/prominent - Sx)
Single episode in PR
(w/ prominent - Sx)
Single episode in FR
Other or Unspecified Pattern
Schizophreniform Specifiers
W/ good prognostic features
W/O good prognostic features
Subtypes of Schizophreniform DO
Bipolar type
Depressive type
Delusional Specifiers
Erotomanic
Grandiose
Jealous
Persecutory
Somatic
Mixed
Unspecified
Brief Psychotic Specifiers
With marked stressor
W/O marked stressor
W/ postpartum onset