Differential Diagnosis of Substance-Induced Disorders

(Not Including Dependence and Abuse)


Symptoms that are due to the direct physiological effects of a substance (i.e., a drug of abuse, a medication, or a toxin)
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A disturbance of consciousness and a change in cognition that are in excess of that usually seen in intoxication or withdrawal and that warrant independent clinical attention   Yes
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Evidence that the disturbance has more than one etiology (e.g., substance and general medical condition)   Yes
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Onset of delirium during withdrawal from a substance   Yes
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED WITHDRAWAL DELIRIUM
         No
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            Yes
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      Yes

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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED INTOXICATION DELIRIUM

DELIRIUM DUE TO MULTIPLE ETIOLOGIES

Persistent memory impairment   Yes
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At least one additional cognitive deficit   Yes
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Evidence that the disturbance has more than one etiology (e.g., substance and general medical condition)   No
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED PERSISTING DEMENTIA
         No
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                          Yes
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      Yes

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DEMENTIA DUE TO MULTIPLE ETIOLOGIES

SUBSTANCE-INDUCED PERSISTING AMNESTIC DISORDER
 

 

Delusion or hallucinations predominate, are in excess of that usually seen in intoxication or withdrawal, and warrant independent clinical attention           Yes
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER Specify if onset during intoxication or withdrawal
        No
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A mood disturbance predominates, is in excess withdrawal, and warrants independent clinical attention           Yes
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED MOOD DISORDER Specify if onset during intoxication or withdrawal
        No
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Anxiety, panic attacks, or obsessions or compulsions predominate; are in excess of that usually seen in intoxication or withdrawal; and warrant independent clinical attention           Yes
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED ANXIETY DISORDER Specify if onset during intoxication or withdrawal
        No
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Clinically significant sexual dysfunction Clinically significant sexual dysfunction exclusively due to a substance, is in excess of that usually seen in intoxication, and warrants independent clinical attention           Yes
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
        No
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Disturbance in sleep that is sufficiently severe towarrant independent clinical attention and is in excess of that usually seen in intoxication or withdrawal           Yes
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SUBSTANCE-INDUCED SLEEP DISORDER Specify if onset or withdrawal
        No
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Development of a reversible syndrome due to recent use of a substance           Yes
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SUBSTANCE INTOXICATION
        No
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Development of a syndrome due to reduction or cessation of use of a substance           Yes
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SUBSTANCE WITHDRAWAL
        No
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Clinically significant symptoms due to a substance that do not meet criteria for one of the Substance-Induced Disorders           Yes
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SUBSTANCE-RELATED DISORDER NOS
        No
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No Substance-Induced Disorder (substance-induced symptoms that are not clinically significant)