Diagnosed with schizophrenia according to criteria of DSM-5

Diagnosed with schizophrenia according to criteria of DSM-5

The expression of continuous disorder lasts at least 6 months. Duration 6 months including a minimum of 1 month (or less if successfully treated) of the symptoms in criteria A (symptoms of acute stage) and the duration of the symptoms of aura symptoms or sequelae. During the aura or sequelae, the manifestation of the disorder could be just as negative symptoms or two or more symptoms of A standard but as a weakened (eg: strange beliefs, unusual perceptual experiences).

Diagnostic criteria DSM-5:

A. There are two (or more) of the following symptoms, each symptom is present for a considerable time during 1 month (or less if successfully treated). A minimum of 3 symptoms (1), (2) or (3) must have.

(1) The paranoid

(2) The illusion

(3) Speech not organizations (eg: thinking or syncretic)

(4) Acts take heavy organization or stretch power checking account behavior

(5) Negative symptoms (such as remote is dropping or declining mental potential energy)

Diagnosed with schizophrenia according to criteria of DSM-5 - 1

Diagnosed with schizophrenia according to criteria of DSM-5 – 1

  1. In a significant time from when sick, the level of function of one or more fields of work, the relationship between the person and the person or self-care is significantly reduced compared to before the sick (for cases of sick in ages children or teenagers, there is a failure in comparison to expected functional interaction between person and person, study or profession)
  2. The manifestation of continued disorder lasts at least 6 months. Duration 6 months including a minimum of 1 month (or less if successfully treated) of the symptoms in criteria A (symptoms of the acute phase) and the duration of the symptoms of aura symptoms or sequelae. During the aura or sequelae, the manifestation of the disorder could be just as negative symptoms or two or more symptoms of A standard but as a weakened (eg: strange beliefs, unusual perceptual experience).
  3. Distribution disorders listed emotion and bipolar or depressive disorder with psychotic symptoms must be excluded because (1) no period of mania or depression occur simultaneously with symptoms of acute phase or (2) if the emotional stages that occur during acute phase they only appear for a short period of time or movement disorders.
  4. Non-attributable disorders due to the physiological effects of the substances (eg: drugs or other drugs) or due to the condition of other bodies.
  5. If there is a history of suffering from autism spectrum disorders or communication disorder onset at the age of the child, diagnosed with schizophrenia added only if in addition to the symptoms for schizophrenia, the paranoia or hallucinations must stand out and present at least 1 month or less if successfully treated.

The difference compared to the DSM-IV

  • – In the DSM-IV people took it seriously bizarre hallucinations and delusions into wrong opinions, critics, if paranoia or simply virtual this bar 1 symptoms well enough the clinical diagnosis of schizophrenia. But in DSM-5, does not pay attention to this.
  • – In DSM-5 asked to at least 1 of the 3 symptoms of paranoia, hallucinations or verbal are not organized. So if there are 2 symptoms of organizational behavior and symptoms sound bad, unqualified clinical schizophrenia.
  • – Definition of negative symptoms differ, the DSM-IV symptoms of blunt emotions negative worn, poor language or potential mental decline in DSM-5 people only pay attention to the feelings experienced decreased and potential mental decline.

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