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Panic disorder and agoraphobia: an overview and commentary on DSM-5 changes.
Asmundson GJ, et al. Depress Anxiety 2014 - Review. PMID 24865357
The recently published DSM-5 contains a number of changes pertinent to panic disorder and agoraphobia. These changes include separation of panic disorder and agoraphobia into separate diagnoses, the addition of criteria and guidelines for distinguishing agoraphobia from specific phobia, the addition of a 6-month duration requirement for agoraphobia, the addition of panic attacks as a specifier to any DSM-5 diagnosis, changes to descriptors of panic attack types, as well as various changes to the descriptive text. ...Ongoing research of DSM-5 panic disorder and agoraphobia as well as application of the new diagnostic criteria in clinical contexts is needed to further inform the strengths and limitations of DSM-5 conceptualizations of panic disorder and agoraphobia....
The recently published DSM-5 contains a number of changes pertinent to panic disorder and agoraphobia. These changes include s …
Panic disorder and agoraphobia: A direct comparison of their multivariate comorbidity patterns.
Greene AL and Eaton NR. J Affect Disord 2016. PMID 26480214
BACKGROUND: Scientific debate has long surrounded whether agoraphobia is a severe consequence of panic disorder or a frequently comorbid diagnosis. ...Panic disorder without agoraphobia was largely a distress disorder, related to emotional disorders. Agoraphobia without panic was largely a fear disorder, related to phobias. ...
BACKGROUND: Scientific debate has long surrounded whether agoraphobia is a severe consequence of panic disorder or a frequentl …
A Brief Interview to Detect Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder in Emergency Department Patients with Cardiopulmonary Complaints.
Sung SC, et al. J Psychiatr Pract 2018. PMID 29320381
This study was undertaken to evaluate the relevance of panic attacks and panic disorder in ED patients who present with cardiopulmonary symptoms and to determine whether a brief symptom-based tool could be constructed to assist in rapid recognition of panic-related anxiety in the ED setting. ...A brief 7-item tool consisting of panic symptoms identified patients with panic attacks or panic disorder with 85% accuracy (area under the curve=0.90, sensitivity=82%, specificity=88%). ...
This study was undertaken to evaluate the relevance of panic attacks and panic disorder in ED patients who present with …
Panic disorder.
Roy-Byrne PP, et al. Lancet 2006 - Review. PMID 16980119
Panic disorder is a common mental disorder that affects up to 5% of the population at some point in life. It is often disabling, especially when complicated by agoraphobia, and is associated with substantial functional morbidity and reduced quality of life. ...Some physical illnesses (eg, asthma) commonly occur with panic disorder, and certain lifestyle factors (eg, smoking) increase the risk for the disorder, but causal pathways are still unclear. ...
Panic disorder is a common mental disorder that affects up to 5% of the population at some point in life. It is often d
Cardiorespiratory concerns shape brain responses during automatic panic-related scene processing in patients with panic disorder.
Feldker K, et al. J Psychiatry Neurosci 2018. PMID 29252163 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Increased automatic processing of threat-related stimuli has been proposed as a key element in panic disorder. Little is known about the neural basis of automatic processing, in particular to task-irrelevant, panic-related, ecologically valid stimuli, or about the association between brain activation and symptomatology in patients with panic disorder. ...RESULTS: We included 26 patients with panic disorder and 26 heatlhy controls in our analysis. Compared with controls, patients with panic disorder showed elevated activation in the amygdala, brainstem, thalamus, insula, anterior cingulate cortex and midcingulate cortex in response to panic-related versus neutral task-irrelevant stimuli. ...
BACKGROUND: Increased automatic processing of threat-related stimuli has been proposed as a key element in panic disorder. Lit …
Panic and epilepsy in adults: A systematic review.
Johnson AL, et al. Epilepsy Behav 2018. PMID 29940374
The purpose of the current paper was to review the empirical literature on the cooccurrence of panic and epilepsy, in order to determine whether there is an increased risk of panic attacks and panic disorder among adults with epilepsy and an increased risk of epilepsy among adults with panic disorder. ...Overall, results suggest that rates of epilepsy are elevated among individuals with panic disorder and that panic attacks are elevated among individuals with epilepsy, but rates of panic disorder among people with epilepsy are inconsistent. ...
The purpose of the current paper was to review the empirical literature on the cooccurrence of panic and epilepsy, in order to determ …
Panic disorder: diagnosis and treatment in emergency medicine.
Zun LS. Ann Emerg Med 1997 - Review. PMID 9209233
Panic disorder is a newly recognized psychiatric illness involving unexpected, unprovoked attacks of anxiety. Patients with panic disorder commonly seek treatment in the ED. ...Illness description and treatment guidelines of this disorder are discussed in this article....
Panic disorder is a newly recognized psychiatric illness involving unexpected, unprovoked attacks of anxiety. Patients with
Panic disorder.
Taylor CB. BMJ 2006. PMID 16627512 Free PMC article.
Panic disorder.
Hoffman I. N Engl J Med 2006. PMID 16957159
The development and validation of static and adaptive screeners to measure the severity of panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Sunderland M, et al. Int J Methods Psychiatr Res 2017. PMID 28370638 Free PMC article.
A series of static and adaptive screeners for panic disorder, social anxiety disorder (SAD), and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) were developed and compared using data-driven methods to facilitate the measurement of each disorder in community samples. ...The screeners for panic disorder, SAD, and OCD could be used as a flexible approach to measure and monitor the severity of psychopathology in tailored treatment protocols....
A series of static and adaptive screeners for panic disorder, social anxiety disorder (SAD), and obsessive compulsive …
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