By Josiane Cobert
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Other symptoms include repeating what another person is saying (echolalia) or mimicking the movements of another person (echopraxia). Undifferentiated Subtype In this subtype, people have symptoms that are not sufficiently formed or specific enough to permit classification of the illness into one of the other subtypes. The symptoms of a patient can fluctuate at different points in time, resulting in uncertainty as to the correct subtype classification. Other people will exhibit symptoms that are remarkably stable over time but still may not fit one of the typical subtype pictures Residual Subtype Catatonia A condition that is characterized by extremes in behavior, of which the individual appears to be unaware.
Relapse Occurs when a person is affected again by a condition that affected them in the past. QXP 9/10/09 5:49 PM Page 42 100 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S SCHIZOPHRENIA for schizophrenia is discontinued, the relapse rate is about 80% within 2 years. With continued drug treatment, only about 40% of recovered patients will suffer relapses. Thus, it is critical to continue the medications unless the treating psychiatrist has good reason to discontinue therapy. Schizophrenia is lifetime disorder but it can be treated.
Conduct disorders A disorder where there is a repetitive pattern of not conforming to rules and social norms. Poor school performance is frequently associated with childhood schizophrenia, even prior to the onset of psychotic symptoms. QXP 9/10/09 5:49 PM Page 38 100 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S SCHIZOPHRENIA repeated grades, were put in special education classes or were diagnosed with learning disabilities. It seems also that language impairment is more frequent in childhood-onset schizophrenia while impairment in social or motor functioning is more frequent in adolescent-onset schizophrenia.
100 Q&As About Your Child's Schizophrenia by Josiane Cobert