Differential Diagnosis

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Dorothy McFadden Mind Map on Differential Diagnosis, created by lisag1993 on 04/22/2013.

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Differential Diagnosis
1 Depression
1.1 Sense of Loss
1.1.1 Memory
1.1.2 Ability to carry out ADL's
1.2 Withdrawn
1.3 Forgetfulness
1.4 Tearfulness
1.5 Low mood
1.5.1 Poor concentration
1.5.1.1 Not fully focused therefore more likely to forget
2 Anxiety
2.1 Reduced concentraton
2.1.1 Loss of focus
2.1.1.1 Forgetfulness
3 U.T.I
3.1 Can cause confusion in older people and people with dementia
3.2 Sudden unexplaned change in behaviour
3.2.1 Aggitation
3.2.2 Increased Confusion
3.2.3 Withdrawal
3.3 Any infection can speed up the progression of Dementia
3.3.1 It is important for early idenification and treatment
3.4 Delerium
3.4.1 Acutely confused state
3.4.2 Distressing change in someones behaviour
3.4.3 Aggitation
3.4.4 Restlessness
3.4.5 Difficulty conentrating
4 Physical Injury
4.1 Head Injury
4.1.1 Temporal Lobe
4.1.1.1 Responsible for Hearing and Memory
4.1.1.2 Injury could impact on the persons abilty to hear the informaton
5 Side effects of medication
5.1 Can cause sleep deprivation
5.1.1 causing the person to become forgetful
6 Reduced sleep
6.1 Disturbed sleep pattern
6.1.1 Poor concentration
6.1.1.1 Forgetfulness

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