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Hypomania Diagnosis

Aka: Hypomania Diagnosis, Hypomanic Episode Diagnosis
  1. See Also
    1. Mania Diagnosis
    2. Major Depression Diagnosis
    3. Bipolar Disorder
  2. Criteria: Major (all must be present)
    1. Persistent abnormally elevated or expansive mood
      1. May present as irritability in some cases
    2. Distinct period lasts at least 4 days
    3. Does not meet criteria for mixed disorder
    4. Not due to Mania Secondary Causes
    5. Functional change that uncharacteristic of the patient at baseline and one that is observable by others
    6. Symptoms are not severe enough to cause a marked Impairment of functioning
      1. Contrast with Mania Diagnosis
  3. Criteria: Minor (3 or more present; 4 if mood is irritable instead of expansive) - same minor criteria as for Mania Diagnosis
    1. Inflated self esteem or grandiosity
    2. Decreased need for sleep
    3. Pressured speech or more talkative than usual
    4. Flight of ideas or racing thoughts
    5. Distractibility (derailed on irrelevant topics)
    6. Increased goal directed activity
    7. Excessive involvement in risky pleasurable activities
      1. Unrestrained shopping sprees
      2. Sexual indiscretions
      3. Foolish business investments
  4. References
    1. (200) DSM IV, APA

Hypomania (C0241934)

Definition (NCI) A less severe form of mania characterized by elevated mood, hyperactivity, and grandiosity. In contrast to mania, these symptoms do not cause significant impairment of the individual's productivity at work, or social and family relationships.
Definition (PSY) Mild form of mania.
Concepts Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction (T048)
ICD10 F30.0, F30.8
SnomedCT 192350009, 154872008, 268750008, 231496004
English HYPOMANIA, hypomania, Hypomania (diagnosis), manic episode hypomania, Hypomania, Hypomania (disorder)
Italian Ipomania
Japanese 軽躁, ケイソウ
Czech Hypománie
Korean 경조병
Hungarian Hypomania
Dutch Hypomanie, hypomanie
Spanish hipomanía (trastorno), hipomanía, Hipomanía
Portuguese Hipomania
French Hypomanie
German Hypomanie
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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