Iu S Shevchenko

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A total of 52 patients (28 males and 24 females from 16.5 to 21.5 years of age) observed in childhood because of obsessional neuroses were studied. All the studied cases were divided into 3 groups: patients with obsessional movements and actions, patients with obsessional fears and patients with obsessions of the mixed type. Follow-up studies of the(More)
The author suggests a conception that considers the etiopathogenesis of psychogenic psychosomatic disorders as a chain of interacting factors. The main patterns of it are stressful life events, personality, psychotype, somatotype, systemic/organic deficit. Mechanisms of stable pathological state join this chain into a "vicious circle" of psychosomatosis.(More)
Sequelae of severe trichotillomania initiating in childhood and adolescence were studied in 26 patients aged 21-32. A mean prospective follow-up lasted for 13 years. Thirteen patients were qualified as healthy. In the rest trichotillomania remained the main symptom of the illness, in 9 patients the progressive disease became the basis for secondary(More)
On the basis of the examination covering 30 young children (aged 2 months to 3.5 years), three variants of motor psychogenic disorders were specified. Group I included elementary, stereotypic motor phenomena expressed as special poses, rocking, jack-knifing, finger sucking and other stereotypes of motor acts. Group II was characterized by more complicated(More)
Under study there were 116 patients with obsessive neurosis who had fallen sick in childhood and adolescence, as well as 28 schizophrenics with obsessive syndrome who had fallen sick at the same age, and were at first observed by pedopsychiatrists as patients with the obsessive neurosis. Dynamic clinical and catamnestic studies of the two groups of the(More)
Existing system of psychiatric care for children and adolescents is in need of basic reorganization. The authors propose: 1) reestablishment of the speciality of children's and adolescent psychiatrist, a specialist in children's and adolescent narcology, a psychiatrist of early child's age and a pediatric medical psychologist; 2) carrying out the reform of(More)
Children under 2 years of age are characterized by more diffuse neurotic reactions (a non-differential stage) to the action of psychogenic factors. After the age of 2.5-3 years children show complications of the type of neurotic reacting with the appearance of more diverse types of emotional responses and dominant monosymptoms expressed in impairment of one(More)