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Conduct Disorder

Aka: Conduct Disorder
  1. Criteria
    1. Three or more of symptom criteria in last 12 months
    2. At least one of symptom criteria in last 6 months
    3. Impaired social, school or work functioning
    4. Criteria not met for Antisocial Personality disorder
      1. Applies only to patients over age 18 years
  2. Symptom Criteria: Aggression
    1. Intimidates others or starts physical fights
    2. Weapon use
    3. Cruel to people or animals
    4. Mugging, Extortion, or armed robbery
    5. Forced sexual activity
  3. Symptom Criteria: Property destruction
    1. Arson
    2. Deliberate property destruction
  4. Symptom Criteria: Lying or Theft
    1. Broken into a car or building
    2. Con-Artist
    3. Theft such as shoplifting or forgery
  5. Symptom Criteria: Rule violation
    1. Disregards curfews before age 13 years
    2. Truant from school before age 13 years
    3. Run away from home overnight
      1. Once if gone for prolonged period
      2. Twice for other cases
  6. Differential Diagnosis
    1. Oppositional Defiant Disorder
    2. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    3. Substance Abuse
    4. Major Depression
    5. Bipolar Disorder
    6. Intermittent Explosive Disorder
  7. References
    1. APA (1994) DSM IV, p.90-1
    2. Searight (2001) Am Fam Physician 63(8): 1579-88 [PubMed]

Conduct Disorder (C0149654)

Definition (NCI) A disorder diagnosed in childhood or adolescence age group characterized by aggressive behavior, deceitfulness, destruction of property or violation of rules that is persistent and repetitive, and within a one year period.
Definition (MSH) A repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in which the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms or rules are violated. These behaviors include aggressive conduct that causes or threatens physical harm to other people or animals, nonaggressive conduct that causes property loss or damage, deceitfulness or theft, and serious violations of rules. The onset is before age 18. (From DSM-IV, 1994)
Definition (PSY) Repetitive and persistent aggressive or nonaggressive behavior in which basic rights of others or social norms are violated. Self esteem is generally low, and an inability to develop social relationships and lack of concern for others may or may not be present.
Definition (CSP) mental disorder of childhood and adolescence characterized by repetitive and persistent patterns of conduct in which rights of others and age-appropriate societal rules are violated; the conduct is more serious than ordinary mischief and pranks.
Concepts Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction (T048)
MSH D019955
ICD9 312.9
ICD10 F91.9, F91
SnomedCT 430909002, 154945001, 192104004, 192597006, 268785008, 192603009, 192106002, 268782006
DSM4 312.8
English Unspecified disturbance of conduct, Conduct Disorder, Disturbance of conduct NOS, Disturbance of conduct unspec., Conduct Disorders, Conduct disorder, unspecified, CONDUCT DIS, [X]Conduct disorders, conduct disorder (diagnosis), conduct disorder, Conduct disorder (disorder), Conduct disorder, Conduct disturbance NOS, Conduct disorders, Conduct disorder NOS, Conduct Disorder [Disease/Finding], Disorder;conduct, conduct disorders, Unspecified disturbance of conduct (disorder), [X]Conduct disorders (disorder), [X]Conduct disorder, unspecified, Disturbance of conduct NOS (disorder), Conduct behavior disorder, Conduct behaviour disorder
Dutch antisociale gedragsstoornis, agressieve gedragsstoornis, niet-gespecificeerde gedragsstoornis, Gedragsstoornis, niet gespecificeerd, Gedragsstoornissen, Gedragsstoornis
French Trouble de la conduite, Trouble du comportement non précisé, Trouble des conduites, Trouble de conduite
Italian Disturbo di comportamento, Alterazione del comportamento, Alterazione della condotta non specificata, Disturbo della condotta
Portuguese Perturbação da conduta, Perturbação comportamental de conduta, Perturbação NE da conduta, Transtorno de Conduta, Transtorno do Comportamento, Transtorno da Conduta
Spanish Alteración de conducta, Alteración no especificada de la conducta, Alteración conductual, trastorno de conducta (trastorno), trastorno de conducta, trastorno de la conducta, SAI, trastorno del comportamiento, SAI, [X]trastornos de la conducta, alteración de la conducta, SAI (trastorno), alteración de la conducta, SAI, trastorno de la conducta no especificado, trastorno de la conducta no especificado (trastorno), [X]trastornos de la conducta (trastorno), Trastorno de la Conducta, Trastorno del Comportamiento
German Verhaltensauffaelligkeit, unspezifische verhaltensbezogene Beeintraechtigung, Stoerung des Sozialverhaltens, nicht naeher bezeichnet, Stoerungen des Sozialverhaltens, Störung des Sozialverhaltens, Verhaltensstoerung
Swedish Avvikande beteende
Czech porucha chování, Poruchy chování, Porucha chování vedení, Blíže neurčená porucha chování, Narušené chování
Finnish Käytöshäiriö
Russian POVEDENIIA RASSTROISTVA, ПОВЕДЕНИЯ РАССТРОЙСТВА
Korean 행동 장애, 상세불명의 행동 장애
Polish Zespół zaburzonego zachowania, Zaburzenia zachowania CD, Zaburzenie zachowania typu przestępczego, Zaburzenie związane z zachowaniem niszczycielskim, Zaburzenie kontroli zachowania, Przemoc młodocianych, Zespół zaburzenia zachowania, Zaburzenie zachowania (CD), Zachowanie przestępcze młodocianych, Zaburzenia zachowania typu CD
Hungarian Életvezetési viselkedési zavar, Életvezetési zavar, Az életvezetés nem meghatározott zavara, Életviteli viselkedési zavar
Norwegian Atferdsforstyrrelse
Japanese ショウサイフメイノソコウショウガイ, ソコウショウガイ, 詳細不明の素行障害, コウイショウガイ, 素行障害, 行為障害
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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