maniform

maniform

(ˈmænɪˌfɔːm)
adj
resembling a hand
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Kellner, "Acute maniform reaction to a single dose of escitalopram in a social phobic patient--An atypical jitteriness syndrome?" Pharmacopsychiatry, vol.
Mixed depressive features predict maniform switch during treatment of depression in bipolar I disorder.
[6,9,25] Although 'psychosis' and 'maniform psychosis' are not recognised diagnoses according to the DSM or the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) manual, they were the diagnoses provided in some of the state patients' forensic observation reports.
Psychiatric diagnoses in the forensic reports did not always conform to diagnoses listed in the DSM or ICD manuals; for example, the terms 'organic brain syndrome', 'maniform psychosis' and 'psychosis' were used as the diagnosis in some of the clinical records.
But be forewarned: after the uplifting and even inspirational character of the first part of his article, discussing the true nature of marriage and its perfection in light of the teaching of Christ, Cardinal Trujillo's depiction of the maniform crisis facing marriage and family life today is hard reading.
Mood-stabilisers reduce the risk of developing antidepressuni-induced maniform states in acute treatment of bipolar I depressed patients.
Also look on the opposite pole for maniform or "mania-like" presentations, such as lack of inhibition, excitability, and irritability.