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*  Puerperal disorder
A puerperal disorder is a disorder which presents primarily during the puerperium. An example is postpartum thyroiditis. ... Puerperal disorders may be associated with psychiatric illness in offspring. Abbott R, Dunn VJ, Robling SA, Paykel ES (November ... "Long-term outcome of offspring after maternal severe puerperal disorder". Acta Psychiatr Scand. 110 (5): 365-73. doi:10.1111/j. ...
*  Ōyama Iwao
Ōyama's first wife Sawa died of puerperal disorder. Second wife Sutematsu (a survivor of the Battle of Aizu, a sister of former ...
*  John Brennan (doctor)
... and obtained a wide reputation for his successful practice in puerperal disorders. An excellent classical scholar, a man of ...
*  Postpartum period
... posttraumatic stress disorder or even puerperal psychosis. Postpartum mental illness can affect both mothers and fathers, and ... Less frequently used are the terms puerperium or puerperal period. The World Health Organization (WHO) describes the postnatal ... Postpartum psychosis (also known as puerperal psychosis) is a more severe form of mental illness than postpartum depression. ... Doula Episiotomy Obstetric Parental leave Pelvic girdle pain Puerperal fever "Normal and Abnormal Puerperium: Overview, Routine ...
*  Psychiatric disorders of childbirth
Puerperal women are liable to thrombosis, especially thrombophlebitis of the leg and pelvic veins. Aseptic thrombi can also ... Psychiatric disorders of childbirth are mental disorders developed by the mother related to the delivery process itself. They ... A severe mental disorder was described by Wernicke and Korsakoff. Its most striking feature is loss of memory, which can be ... Postpartum bipolar disorder, referred to in the DSM-5 as bipolar, peripartum onset, is a separate condition with no psychotic ...
*  John Brenan (physician)
About 1812 puerperal fever and internal inflammation prevailed to a vast extent in Dublin. Brenan discovered a valuable remedy ... Brenan was ardently devoted to gymnastics, an expert wrestler, and occasionally showed symptoms of mental disorder. ...
*  Hermann Fehling (physician)
... and made contributions in his research of disorders that included eclampsia, rachitic pelvis and puerperal osteomalacia. In ...
*  Obstetrics
... or bleeding disorders. Puerperal sepsis is an ascending infection of the genital tract. It may happen during or after labour. ... Much of these maternal deaths were due to Puerperal fever, at the time commonly known as childbed fever. In the 1800s Dr. Ignaz ... Demand for thyroid hormones is increased during pregnancy, and may cause a previously unnoticed thyroid disorder to worsen. ... Page 264 in: Gresele, Paolo (2008). Platelets in haematologic and cardiovascular disorders: a clinical handbook. Cambridge, UK ...
*  List of disorders
... mental illness Psychotic disorders Puerperal disorders Refractive eye disorders Repetitive motion disorders Rett Syndrome ... disorder Soft tissue disorders Somatoform disorders Spastic disorders Speech disorders Spinal cord disorders Systemic disorders ... disorders Acute stress disorder Adjustment disorder Angammana disorder Autism disorder Balance disorder Behavioral disorders ... disorders Immune disorders Impulse control disorders Language disorders Learning disorders Lens disorders Metabolic disorders ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter V: Mental and behavioural disorders
... not elsewhere classified Puerperal psychosis NOS (F54) Psychological and behavioural factors associated with disorders or ... Induced delusional disorder Folie à deux Induced paranoid disorder Induced psychotic disorder (F25) Schizoaffective disorders ( ... Oppositional defiant disorder (F91.8) Other conduct disorders (F91.9) Conduct disorder, unspecified (F92) Mixed disorders of ... disorder (F06.3) Organic mood (affective) disorders (F06.4) Organic anxiety disorder (F06.5) Organic dissociative disorder ( ...
*  Breast
When male lactation occurs, it is considered a symptom of a disorder of the pituitary gland. Plastic surgery can be performed ... The most frequent benign conditions are puerperal mastitis, fibrocystic breast changes and mastalgia. Lactation unrelated to ... or endocrine disorders. In a newborn infant, the capability of lactation is a consequence of the mother's circulating hormones ...
*  Johann Baptist Chiari
This is a postnatal disorder that is also known as postpartum galactorrhea-amenorrhea syndrome. This article incorporates text ... in regards to hygiene and prevention of the spread of puerperal fever. With German gynecologist Richard Frommel (1854-1912) the ...
*  Thomas Kirkland
included in Essays on the Puerperal Fever, published by the Sydenham Society in 1849), London, 1774. Animadversions on a late ... To which is annexed an Essay on that Disorder, London, 1774, published anonymously. Against Dr. William Butter. Thoughts on ...
*  Oneiroid syndrome
The first signs of the beginning of a psychotic episode are sleep disorders and a growing sense of anxiety. The patient's ... Semenov SF, Pashutova EK (1978). "Clinical features and differential diagnosis of puerperal schizophrenic psychoses" (PDF). ... There is no self-consciousness disorder in oneiroid syndrome with exogenous diseases. There are no catatonia phenomena, and the ... According to this research the syndrome has six stages in its course: initial general-somatic and vegetative disorder ...
*  Library of Congress Classification:Class R -- Medicine
Albinism RL793 Congenital disorders of the skin. Nevi. Moles RM138 Drug prescribing RM139 Prescription writing RM146-146.7 ... Operative obstetrics RG801-871 Puerperal state RG940-991 Maternal care. Prenatal care services RJ47.3-47.4 Genetic aspects RJ50 ... Bedsores RL701-751 Diseases due to psychosomatic and nerve disorders. Dermatoneuroses RL760-785 Diseases due to parasites RL790 ... Diseases of the nervous system Including speech disorders RC435-571 Psychiatry RC475-489 Therapeutics. Psychotherapy RC490-499 ...
*  Outline of emergency medicine
Homicidal ideation Mood disorder Psychomotor agitation Psychotic episode Somatoform disorder Suicidal ideation Thought disorder ... Eclampsia Pre-eclampsia HELLP syndrome Fetal distress Obstetrical hemorrhage Placental abruption Prolapsed cord Puerperal ... Acid base disorder Diabetes mellitus Rhabdomyolysis Thyroid storm Adrenal crisis Accidental hypothermia Drowning Electric shock ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C13)
... fetal nutrition disorders MeSH C13.703.277.785 --- meconium aspiration syndrome MeSH C13.703.395.124 --- eclampsia MeSH C13.703 ... puerperal infection MeSH C13.703.720.949 --- trophoblastic neoplasms MeSH C13.703.720.949.416 --- gestational trophoblastic ... lactation disorders MeSH C13.703.844.506.389 --- galactorrhea MeSH C13.703.844.506.389.500 --- chiari-frommel syndrome MeSH ... sex differentiation disorders MeSH C13.371.820.700.842.260 --- freemartinism MeSH C13.371.820.700.842.309 --- gonadal ...
*  Psychoneuroendocrinology
MGH Center for Women's Mental Health Psychiatric Disorders During Pregnancy Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders Breastfeeding and ... The majority of women with puerperal psychosis develop symptoms within the first two postpartum weeks. Symptoms include mood ... see neurobiological brain disorder). Premenstrual syndrome is a mood disorder which occurs recurrently in the late luteal phase ... Premenstrual dysphoric disorder can be treated cyclically with hormonal oral contraceptives, or with antidepressants, which may ...
*  Louis-Victor Marcé
Eprints.bbk Lorch, M. and Barrière, I. (2003) The history of written language disorders: reexamining Pitres' case (1884) of ... a French association for the study of perinatal and puerperal psychiatry, is named in his honour. In 1860 he issued an early ... 1] Marce-Francophone Psychiatry Online Eating Disorders: Defining the Phenotype and Reinventing the Treatment Am J Psychiatry ... In 1858 he published an important, comprehensive monograph dealing with prepartum and postpartum psychiatric disorders titled " ...
*  List of diseases (P)
Periodontitis Perioral dermatitis Peripartum cardiomyopathy Peripheral blood vessel disorder Peripheral nervous disorder ... Pubic lice Puerperal fever Pulmonar arterioveinous aneurysm Pulmonary agenesis Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, congenital ... Procarcinoma Processing disorder Proconvertin deficiency, congenital Procrastination Proctitis Progeria short stature pigmented ... congenital Platelet disorder Platyspondylic lethal chondrodysplasia Platyspondyly amelogenesis imperfecta Pleural effusion ...
*  Postpartum psychosis
... of women after birth and is similar to major depressive disorder. Women with a history of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ... Puerperal mania was first clearly described by the German obstetrician Friedrich Benjamin Osiander in 1797,[third-party source ... Psychiatric disorders of childbirth Charlotte Perkins Gilman Andrea Yates Jones, I; Chandra, PS; Dazzan, P; Howard, LM (15 ... It may be a form of bipolar disorder. Symptoms usually begin suddenly in the first two weeks after delivery, sometimes in the ...
*  Hypertensive disease of pregnancy
Maternal hypertensive disorders occurred in about 20.7 million women in 2013. About 10% of pregnancies globally are complicated ... They are one of the three major causes of death in pregnancy (16%) along with post partum bleeding (13%) and puerperal ... 2009), "Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy", J Prenat Med, 3 (1): 1-5, PMC 3279097 , PMID 22439030. "Proper Nutrition During ... All of these sensations can be caused by other disorders; they can also occur in healthy pregnancies. Regular visits are ...
*  Carl Braun (obstetrician)
His name is associated with a disorder of pregnancy called the "Braun-Fernwald sign". This sign is described as an asymmetrical ... puerperal_fever in the period April 1849 to end 1953 show. These results suggest that Braun continued, assiduously, to require ... concerning the puerperal process and surgical technique). Google book search https://books.google.com/books?id=3OOCGAAACAAJ. ...
*  Complication (medicine)
Disorders that are concomitant but are not caused by the other disorder are comorbidities. This conceptual dividing line is ... Puerperal fever may be a common complication of childbirth and used to kill a large proportion of mothers before the advent of ... Suicide is a common complication of many disorders and conditions that consistently affect a person's life negatively, such as ... causing stroke or acute myocardial infarction can be complications of blood coagulation disorders, phlebitis (inflammation of ...
*  List of ICD-9 codes 630-679: complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium
Mental disorders complicating pregnancy childbirth or the puerperium (648.5) Congenital cardiovascular disorders complicating ... 670) Major puerperal infection (670.04) Endometritis, postpartum (671) Venous complications in pregnancy and the puerperium ( ... Bone and joint disorders of back pelvis and lower limbs of mother complicating pregnancy childbirth or the puerperium (648.8) ... Other disorders of the breast associated with childbirth (676.24) Engorgement of breasts, postpartum (677) Late effect of ...
*  Childbirth
The work of Ignaz Semmelweis was seminal in the pathophysiology and treatment of puerperal fever and saved many lives. ... Memon, HU; Handa, VL (May 2013). "Vaginal childbirth and pelvic floor disorders". Women's health (London, England). 9 (3): 265- ...