The subgroup and the characteristics of ADHD

The subgroup and the characteristics of ADHD

 

Although most people with this disorder have demonstrated both the attention and the whirring rise, also there are some people who just embody excels in one of the two types of symptoms. Subgroups match should be used to diagnose based on patterns of expression would be dominant over time 6 months experience.

 

314.04/ ADHD – combined form

This subtype should be used if at least 6 symptoms of decreased attention or at least 6 symptoms of hyperactivity milieu exist for a period of at least 6 months. Most of the children and adolescents with this disorder comes in the form of coordination. It is not yet known in adults have the same status as such or not.

 

314.00/ ADHD – dominant form of attention

This subtype should be used when there are at least 6 symptoms of decreased attention (but with less than 6 symptoms of hyperactivity milieu) exist for a period of at least 6 months.

The subgroup and the characteristics of ADHD - 1

The subgroup and the characteristics of ADHD – 1

 

314.01/ ADHD – hyperactivity-dominant form of milieu

This subtype should be used when there are at least 6 symptoms of the hyperactivity milieu (but have yet to 6 symptoms of decreased attention) existed during at least 6 months. The decrease in attention can remain as a distinct clinical characteristic in cases like that.

The subgroup and the characteristics of ADHD - 2

The subgroup and the characteristics of ADHD – 2

 

The method is recorded

People with this disorder, that the early expression of type excels in terms of reduced attention or excels hyperactivity of the milieu can all continue to grow to become forms of coordination and vice versa. Should use the appropriate subtype for diagnosis based on patterns of symptoms is 6 times in the past month. If clinical symptoms still exist, but do not satisfy the diagnostic criteria, the disease is appropriate in this case, the hyperactivity disorder, attention-partial remission form (ADHD, In partial remission). When the symptoms of the litigants do not fully satisfy the criteria for the diagnosis of this disorder is unknown and the standards before that there was or not, the diagnosis of ADHD is nonspecific.

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