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The name medications on a plane buy discount disulfiram 500mg, food medicine omeprazole disulfiram 500 mg on-line, warm clothing medicine hat lodge order generic disulfiram, a warm environment symptoms of kidney stones discount disulfiram uk, and 128 Child Abuse regular exercise to maintain the circulation, is sions exist in the other parts of the United the best treatment. When anyone suspects that child abuse is Child Abuse occurring, contact should be made with the this traditional term covers the neglect, physrelevant social-services department or, in ScotC ical injury, emotional trauma and sexual abuse land, with the children’s reporter. Child Child Adoption abuse may be caused by parents, relatives or Adoption was relatively uncommon until carers. This peaked at nearly child-protection registers – that is, are regarded 25,000 in 1968 as adoption became more as having been abused or at risk of abuse. Physsocially acceptable and the numbers of babies ical abuse or non-accidental injury is the most born to lone mothers rose in a climate hostile to easily recognised form; victims of sexual abuse single parenthood. Where child abuse is babies fell with the introduction of the Aborsuspected, health, social-care and educational tion Act 1968, improving contraceptive services professionals have a duty to report the case to and increasing acceptability of single the local authority under the terms of the Chilparenthood. The authority has a duty to investiHowever, with 10 per cent of couples suergate and this may mean admitting a child to ing infertility, the demand continued, leading hospital or to local-authority care. Abuse may to the adoption of those previously perceived as be the result of impulsive action by adults or it dicult to place – i. The child’s interests are parascultural adoption, and the increasing use of mount but the parents may well be under intercountry adoption to full the needs of severe stress and also require sympathetic childless couples have provoked urgent conhandling. Local communities have also Detailed statistics have been unavailable protested about convicted paedophiles, released since 1984 but in general there has been a downfrom prison, coming to live in their ward trend with relatively more older children communities. In England and Wales, local-government interfamily, step-parent, intercountry, etc. They are charged (1) to prevent children place through a registered adoption agency from suering ill treatment and neglect; (2) to which may be local-authority-based or provided safeguard and promote the welfare of children by a registered voluntary agency. Occasionally an Cruelty to Children) – that a child is suering adoption allowance will be awarded. Blood ever, in all discussions the child’s interests is taken to nd those babies with potentially remain paramount. A proprovides training service, development and gramme to detect hearing impairment in newresearch; has several specialist professional subborn babies has been piloted from 2001 in groups. Contact Register for adopted persons and anythe routine immunisation programme has one related to that person by blood, half-blood been dramatically successful in preventing illor marriage. Information can be obtained from ness, handicap and deaths: as such it is the corthe Oce of Population Censuses and Surveys. It contains advice on health promotion, from the mid 1970s; ‘inspections’ have evolved including immunisation, developmental mileinto a regular screening and surveillance system stones (when did he or she rst smile, sit up, by general practitioners and health visitors, walk and so on), and graphs – called centile 130 Child Health charts – on which to record height, weight and centres, pre-school teachers or educational head circumference. Their aims are to wives, doctors, practice nurses, health visitors diagnose the child’s problems, identify his or and parents to make notes about the child. A member of the by regular weighing, designed to pick up chilteam will usually be appointed as the family’s dren who are ‘failing to thrive’. Measuring ‘key worker’, who liaises with other members of length is not quite so easy, but height measurethe team and coordinates the child’s managements are recommended from about two or ment. Regular review meetings are held, generthree years of age in order to detect children ally with parents sharing in the decisions made. A Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Legislatoo slowly growing head may mean failure tion 1979 impose various statutory duties to of brain growth, which may go hand in hand identify and provide assistance for children with with physically or intellectually delayed special needs. Parents are asked if they have any concerns keep a register of such children so that services about their child’s hearing, vision or physical can be eciently planned and evaluated. The examiner conducts a screening test ents of disabled children often feel isolated and for hearing impairment – the so-called distracneglected by society in general; they are fretion test; he or she stands behind the infant, quently frustrated by the lack of resources availwho is on the mother’s lap, and activates a able to help them cope with the sheer hard standardised sound at a set distance from each work involved. Doctors are also recommended to exama role in acting as advocates, not just for those ine infants developmentally at some time with impairments but also for socially disadvanbetween 18 and 24 months. At this time they taged children, including those ‘looked after’ in will be looking particularly for late walking or children’s homes and those of travellers, asylum failure to develop appropriate language skills. Various therapResponsibility for the investigation of these ists, as well as consultant paediatricians in children is that of local-authority social-services community child health, contribute to the departments. Community child health services can also School health services Once children boast of successes. Teachers and parents are advised on how but the death and chronic disability rates have to manage these problems, while health promobeen greatly reduced. Despite these huge health tion and health education are directed at chilgains, continuing public scepticism about the dren. Special problems, especially as children safety of immunisation means that there can be reach secondary school (aged 11–18) include no relaxation in the educational and healthaccidents, substance abuse, psychosexual promotion programme. Lack of exercise, the easy treatment for those who have diculty using availability of food at all times and in all places, general dental services – for example, children together with the rise of ‘snacking’, are likely to with complex disability. All children in stateprovoke signicant health problems as these funded schools are dentally screened at ages ve children grow into adult life. Much of this between parents, children and professionals to has been due to the revolution in the manresolve problems aecting children. The aim is agement of pregnancy and labour, the invento enable children to stay within their own famtion of neonatal resuscitation and neonatal ilies with appropriate back-up from localintensive care, and the provision of powerful authority and professional resources. An equivalent act is in force in omy and physiology, local analgesia, medicine Scotland. Some lating the aected part of the spinal column the cases of the human version of the infection patient’s complaint, whatever it may be – for occurred in Hong Kong. Chlamydia trachomitis can be Chiropody (also termed podiatry) is that part of sexually transmitted by both men and women medical science which is concerned with the and in developed countries is the most signihealth of the feet. This toms unless it spreads to the upper genital tract; requires the backing of eective appliances and such spread, however, may cause miscarriage footwear services. The number of diagnoses of techniques, including minor surgery and the chlamydia has doubled in the past ve years and prescription and provision of specialised and the incidence of ectopic pregnancies has also individual appliances. The infection may well be the main Among conditions routinely treated are preventable cause of ectopic pregnancy, one walking disorders in children, injuries to the estimate being that no fewer than half of such feet of joggers and athletes, corns, bunions and pregnancies are linked to chlamydia infection – hammer toes, ulcers and foot infections. Chira gure that is probably much higher in young opody also has a preventative role which women. A preventive campaign in Sweden includes inspection of children’s feet and the found that over 15 years, the incidence of detection of foot conditions requiring treatectopic pregnancies fell at the same rate as that ment and advice and also foot-health educaof chlamydia diagnoses. The only course of training in the United Chloasma Kingdom recognised for the purpose of state this is an increase in the melanin pigment of registration by the Health Professionals Council the skin as a result of hormonal stimulation. It is the Society of Chiropodists’ three-year fullis commonly seen in pregnancy and sometimes time course. Chloral Hydrate this drug is now rarely used but chloral betaine Chlorophyll (Welldorm) is occasionally used in the elderly the green colouring matter of plants. Its main C and in newborns with ts or cerebral irritation use is as a colouring agent, principally for soaps, after a dicult delivery. It has also been found of value in the treatment of Chloramphenicol the skin condition known as chronic discoid An antibiotic derived from a soil organism, lupus erythematosus, and of rheumatoid Streptomyces venezuelae. It carries a risk of because it is inexpensive, it is used widely in contact sensitisation, so should be handled developing countries. This antibiotic is availwith care, and the drug has a wide range of able as drops for use in eye and ear infection, side-eects. Generally, however, it is due to the irritation of a Chloroma piece of food or other substance introduced by Chloroma, or green cancer, is the name of a the mouth, which provokes coughing but only 134 Cholagogues partly interferes with breathing. If this is ineective, the Heimlich is taken, and which initiates emptying of the manoeuvre may be used. A sudden upward Cholelithiasis compressive movement is made which serves the presence of gall-stones in the bile ducts to dislodge any foreign body. Place the baby chest-down along the forearm, holding its head and jaw with the Cholelithotomy ngers and thumb. The infant’s head should the removal of gall-stones from the gallbe lower than its trunk. If normal breathing (in adult or child) canCholera not be quickly restored, seek urgent medical Bacterial infection caused by Vibrio cholerae. 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This has led to symptoms 20 weeks pregnant cheap disulfiram 500 mg without a prescription several books stating that McParlan’s “entire career was based upon tactics so questionable that he can no 16 Notes longer be dismissed with merely a prayer of thanks for ridding the country of a gang of cutthroats”; see symptoms 2015 flu generic disulfiram 500mg without prescription, for example treatment lung cancer generic disulfiram 250 mg otc, Coleman medications ok during pregnancy cheap disulfiram 500mg, The Molly Maguire Riots, p. First, even were McParlan guilty of unscrupulous behavior in the Haywood case, it would not necessarily mean he had engaged in similar actions three decades before. Second, the arguments are based on only two cases, without assessing the thirty years between, so “entire career” is clearly overstated. And third, and most important, the account given of the Haywood trial is simply inaccurate. Several jurors aferward said they were thoroughly convinced by Orchard’s testimony and thought Haywood was guilty—and Judge Fremont Wood agreed (Samuel D. Gilman, in The Idaho Daily Statesman, July 29–30, 1907; George Powell, in Capital News, July 29, 1907; Davis, Released for Publication, pp. However, Wood’s instructions to the jury largely invalidated the testimony of Orchard and led several jury members to feel that regardless of their beliefs, only a “not guilty” verdict could be returned (Samuel D. Gilman in The Idaho Daily Statesman, July 29– 30, 1907; George Powell, in Capital News, July 29, 1907; Grover, Debaters and Dynamiters, pp. T us, Coleman’s assessment was fawed, as are those that adhere to it, as their conclusions are derived from equally insufcient or inaccurate information. In the afermath of the Bimba and Coleman books, numerous accounts continued to depict the Molly Maguires as labor heroes and McParlan as a villain. Labor’s Untold Story by Boyer and Morais (1955) credited the Molly Maguires with being innocent laborers carrying on the struggle of the Workingmen’s Benevolent Association afer that union collapsed. In The Labor Wars (1973), Lens indicated that they were martyrs to the cause of labor framed by capitalists. Similar theses were expounded by Reilly in Rebels in the Shadows (1962)—an account that includes wholly fctitious scenes “proving” McParlan to be guilty of perjury—by Weiss, who wrote in the article “Private Detective Agencies and Labour Discipline” (p. Broehl published The Molly Maguires (1964) in the midst of this revisionism, incorporating the most wide-ranging primary research then done and using important sources not consulted previously. This was far and away the most evenhanded history of the Molly Maguires, and Broehl was not kind to McParlan in his fnal assessment, when Coleman’s argument was incorporated. Because of its neutrality, it has been harshly criticized by recent, less balanced accounts; for example, Campbell,A Molly Maguire Story, p. An article that took a similar neutral position was Quinn’s “Of Myths and Men,” but it did not use any primary sources and so is of considerably less value. Perhaps the most important article about the Molly Maguires is “The Mythical Qualities of Molly Maguire,” by Harold Aurand and William Gudelunas (1982). Like Broehl’s work, it was restrained in its assessments and showed that, other than a handful of basic facts, little can be unequivocally demonstrated about the episode, which therefore “permits the assignment of motives and roles according to a predetermined scheme” (p. The Aurand and Gudelunas thesis of preexisting bias has been demonstrated numerous times in recent books that are highly critical of McParlan. This is true of even the most scholarly work on the subject, Kevin Kenny’s Making Sense of the Molly Maguires, which was carefully argued, extremely detailed, and pioneering in placing the Molly Maguires in the context of Irish and American social history as well as showing the cultural, ethnic, religious, and ideological infuences acting upon them. However, it ignored a great deal of evidence that was not hostile to or critical of McParlan, Pinkerton’s, and Gowen while seemingly accepting without any skepticism clearly biased criticisms of them, resulting in a strongly negative assessment of each. The McParlan appraisal was admittedly based on the Coleman argument without research into McParlan’s career that would have shown the Notes 17 weaknesses of such a position. T erefore, although extremely signifcant in understanding the Molly Maguires, the account is much less so in gaining a comprehension of McParlan. Several books written by enthusiasts and giving more personal accounts than Kenny’s (for example, Campbell, A Molly Maguire Story; Crown, A Molly Maguire on Trial; McCarthy,The Great Molly Maguire Hoax) also appear to have conformed to a predetermined judgment of unfair treatment of the Molly Maguires, as well as to McParlan’s wickedness. Although not emphasizing the Molly Maguires, three books have been published about the Haywood trial and its associated investigations and trials, which are linked to the Molly Maguires through the participation of McParlan. The frst major account, Grover’s Debaters and Dynamiters (1964), was well researched, impartial, and thought provoking in its assessments and conclusions. Along with Broehl’s and Kenny’s books, it is the most scholarly and just work relating to McParlan. Two books published in the last ffeen years about these later events (Lukas, Big Trouble; Martin, The Corpse on Boomerang Road) each gave a fuller picture of McParlan at that stage than had been produced previously, and neither was kind to him. However, it was not in either’s remit to attempt a serious study of him, and although Lukas’s book achieved a reasonable balance, Martin’s did not. The only attempt to combine McParlan’s two major cases into one work was made in an unpublished manuscript entitled “The Great McParland” by the mystery writer Zelda Popkin. Sadly, it not only ignores the rest of McParlan’s career but is unreliable due to numerous errors of fact. T us, assessments found in most of the previous works about the Molly Maguires or McParlan should be treated with care, as they tend to sufer from heavy and obvious biases. The biographical material about Gowen and his early career has been drawn from several sources, including: Bowen, Coal and the Coal Trade, pp. Presentments represented the fndings of a grand jury without any involvement from an attorney general or district attorney, who could thereafer produce an indictment from the presentment, binding the defendant for trial. The background material about the secret societies of Ireland owes much to several key sources: Beames, “The Ribbon Societies”; Garvin, “Defenders, Ribbonmen and Others”; 18 Notes Kenny, Making Sense of the Molly Maguires; Lee, “The Ribbonmen”; Wall, “The Whiteboys”; and Williams, Secret Societies in Ireland. It would be surprising if the Foster claim were accurate, based on a search of the nineteenth-century House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, conducted through the University of Southampton’s Enhanced Parliamentary Papers on Ireland project, which indicated that the frst time the Molly Maguires were referenced in Parliament was in 1846, for activities in 1845. Perhaps the earliest known use of the name in print was in Dublin’s daily newspaper Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, which, on Dec. There were other newspapers in the state that also used the term “Molly Maguires” around the same time, when looking at the Irish Catholic role in the state election. For background on the history of the anthracite industry, see Binder, “Anthracite Enters the Home”; Davies, The Anthracite Aristocracy; Haine, Anthracite Coal; History of Schuylkill County; Itter, “Early Labor Troubles in the Schuylkill Anthracite District”; Powell, “The Pennsylvania Anthracite Industry, 1769–1976”; Wallace, St. For background on the geography of the anthracite region, see Haine, Anthracite Coal; History of Schuylkill County; Knies, Coal on the Lehigh; and Powell, “The Pennsylvania Anthracite Industry, 1769– 1976. For an overview of the railroads that were major players in the anthracite region, see Bogen, The Anthracite Railroads. As in any other profession, mining included men who developed methods for cheating at their work. And until weighing became prevalent, the cars were loaded loosely to avoid having to put as much coal in each one. As he dug, the fact that the interior of the potato could be fashioned into all sorts of shapes suggested to him a new and more appropriate mold for casting a Buckshot billy. He cut the inside of the potato into irregular forms and, pouring it full of molten lead, produced a string of knots and knobs and jagged corners. Notes 19 In the hands of an expert wielder of the cat it became a weapon that could either cut, bruise, or smash, as the operator willed. Similar assessments were also made in Carbon County by the deputy provost marshal, E. Rausch, who wrote, “An organization exists throughout the Middle Coal Field, of Irishmen, known as ‘Buckshots,’ for the avowed purpose of resisting the draf” (Rausch, letter of Nov. This emphasizes the lack of certainty whether the Molly Maguires and the Buckshots were the same or just similar organizations. T ugs or T uggee were members of a vast and well-organized confederacy of professional assassins who were located in India for hundreds of years, at least as far back as 1356. Worshipers of Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction, they made a practice of getting to know travelers and then garroting or strangling them and plundering the bodies. The Thugs were finally suppressed in the 1830s by the efforts of governorgeneral Lord William Bentinck and his chief agent, William Henry Sleeman. The Miners’ Journal, and Pottsville General Advertiser, March 30, 1867; list reproduced in Dewees, The Molly Maguires, pp. For accounts of other attempts at highway robbery, see The Miners’ Journal, and Pottsville General Advertiser, March 23, 1867; The Sunbury Gazette, Feb. Before 1865, law enforcement in Pennsylvania existed at only the county, city, or lower levels. When the railroad and mining companies argued that they required additional protection for their property, the private Coal and Iron Police were given powers not only to safeguard their holdings and assets, but also to investigate, arrest, and imprison. The numbers in these forces grew steadily, until there were more than seven thousand.

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Hence treatment interstitial cystitis purchase disulfiram online, the duration part of Criterion A may also be met if there is clear evidence of recurrent behaviors or distress over a shorter but nontransient time period symptoms 5 days after conception purchase disulfiram mastercard. Prevaience Frotteuristic acts treatment pancreatitis quality 250 mg disulfiram, including the uninvited sexual touching of or rubbing against another individual medications emts can administer discount disulfiram 250mg visa, may occur in up to 30% of adult males in the general population. Approximately 10%-14% of adult males seen in outpatient settings for paraphilic disorders and hypersex­ uality have a presentation that meets diagnostic criteria for frotteuristic disorder. Hence, whereas the population prevalence of frotteuristic disorder is unknown, it is not likely that it exceeds the rate found in selected clinical settings. Development and Course Adult males with frotteuristic disorder often report first becoming aware of their sexual in­ terest in surreptitiously touching unsuspecting persons during late adolescence or emerging adulthood. However, children and adolescents may also touch or rub against unwilling oth­ ers in the absence of a diagnosis of frotteuristic disorder. Although there is no minimum age for the diagnosis, frotteuristic disorder can be difficult to differentiate from conduct-disor­ dered behavior without sexual motivation in individuals at younger ages. Frotteuristic disorder, however, by definition requires one or more contributing factors that may change over time with or without treatment: subjec­ tive distress. As with other sexual preferences, advanc­ ing age may be associated with decreasing frotteuristic sexual preferences and behavior. Nonsexual antisocial behavior and sexual preoccupation/hypersexuality might be nonspecific risk factors, although the causal relationship to frotteurism is uncertain and the specificity unclear. However, frotteurism is a necessary precondition for frotteuristic disorder, so risk factors for frotteurism should also increase the rate of frotteuristic disorder. G ender-Related Diagnostic Issues There appear to be substantially fewer females with frotteuristic sexual preferences than males. Conduct disorder in adolescents and antisocial personality disorder would be characterized by additional norm-breaking and antisocial behaviors, and the specific sexual interest in touching or rubbing against a nonconsenting individual should be lacking. Substance use disorders, particularly those involving stimu­ lants such as cocaine and amphetamines, might involve single frotteuristic episodes by in­ toxicated individuals but should not involve the typical sustained sexual interest in touching or rubbing against unsuspecting persons. Hence, recurrent frotteuristic sexual fantasies, urges, or behaviors that occur also when the individual is not intoxicated sug­ gest that frotteuristic disorder might be present. Comorbidity Known comorbidities in frotteuristic disorder are largely based on research with males suspected of or convicted for criminal acts involving sexually motivated touching of or rubbing against a nonconsenting individual. Hence, these comorbidities might not apply to other individuals with a diagnosis of frotteuristic disorder based on subjective distress over their sexual interest. Conditions that occur comorbidly with frotteuristic disorder in­ clude hypersexuality and other paraphilic disorders, particularly exhibitionistic disorder and voyeuristic disorder. Conduct disorder, antisocial personality disorder, depressive disorders, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, and substance use disorders also co-occur. Potential differential diagnoses for frotteuristic disorder sometimes occur also as comorbid disorders. Therefore, it is generally necessary to evaluate the evidence for frotteuristic disorder and possible comorbid conditions as separate questions. Over a period of at least 6 months, recurrent and intense sexual arousal from the act of being humiliated, beaten, bound, or othenwise made to suffer, as manifested by fan­ tasies, urges, or behaviors. Specify if: With asphyxiophilia: If the individual engages in the practice of achieving sexual arousal related to restriction of breathing. Specify if: In a controlled environment: this specifier is primarily applicable to individuals living in institutional or other settings where opportunities to engage in masochistic sexual behaviors are restricted. In full remission: There has been no distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other areas of functioning for at last 5 years while in an uncontrolled environment. Diagnostic Features the diagnostic criteria for sexual masochism disorder are intended to apply to individuals who freely admit to having such paraphilic interests. Such individuals openly acknowl­ edge intense sexual arousal from the act of being humiliated, beaten, bound, or otherwise made to suffer, as manifested by fantasies, urges, or behaviors. If these individuals also re­ port psychosocial difficulties because of their sexual attractions or preferences for being humiliated, beaten, bound, or otherwise made to suffer, they may be diagnosed with sex­ ual masochism disorder. In contrast, if they declare no distress, exemplified by anxiety, ob­ sessions, guilt, or shame, about these paraphilic impulses, and are not hampered by them in pursuing other personal goals, they could be ascertained as having masochistic sexual interest but should not be diagnosed with sexual masochism disorder. The Criterion A time frame, indicating that the signs or symptoms of sexual masoch­ ism must have persisted for at least 6 months, should be understood as a general guideline, not a strict threshold, to ensure that the sexual interest in being humiliated, beaten, bound, or otherwise made to suffer is not merely transient. However, the disorder can be diag­ nosed in the context of a clearly sustained but shorter time period. Associated Features Supporting Diagnosis the extensive use of pornography involving the act of being humiliated, beaten, bound, or oth­ erwise made to suffer is sometimes an associated feature of sexual masochism disorder. Development and Course Community individuals with paraphilias have reported a mean age at onset for masoch­ ism of 19. Sexual masochism disorder per definition requires one or more contributing factors, which may change over time with or without treatment. Advancing age is likely to have the same reducing effect on sexual preference involving sexual masochism as it has on other paraphilic or normophilic sexual behavior. Functional Consequences of Sexual Masochism Disorder the functional consequences of sexual masochism disorder are unknown. However, masochists are at risk of accidental death while practicing asphyxiophilia or other autoerotic procedures. D ifferential Diagnosis Many of the conditions that could be differential diagnoses for sexual masochism disorder. Therefore, it is necessary to carefully evaluate the evidence for sexual masochism disorder, keeping the possibility of other paraphilias or other mental disorders as part of the differential diagnosis. Comorbidity Known comorbidities with sexual masochism disorder are largely based on individuals in treatment. Disorders that occur comorbidly with sexual masochism disorder typically in­ clude other paraphilic disorders, such as transvestic fetishism. Over a period of at least 6 months, recurrent and intense sexual arousal from the phys­ ical or psychological suffering of another person, as manifested by fantasies, urges, or behaviors. Specify if: In a controlled environment: this specifier is primarily applicable to individuals living in institutional or other settings where opportunities to engage in sadistic sexual behav­ iors are restricted. In full remission: the individual has not acted on the urges with a nonconsenting per­ son, and there has been no distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other ar­ eas of functioning, for at least 5 years while in an uncontrolled environment. Diagnostic Features the diagnostic criteria for sexual sadism disorder are intended to apply both to individuals who freely admit to having such paraphilic interests and to those who deny any sexual interest in the physical or psychological suffering of another individual despite substantial objective evidence to the contrary. Individuals who openly acknowledge intense sexual interest in the physical or psychological suffering of others are referred to as "admitting individuals. In contrast, if admitting individuals declare no distress, exempli­ fied by anxiety, obsessions, guilt, or shame, about these paraphilic impulses, and are not ham­ pered by them in pursuing other goals, and their self-reported, psychiatric, or legal histories indicate that they do not act on them, then they could be ascertained as having sadistic sexual interest but they would not meet criteria for sexual sadism disorder. Examples of individuals who deny any interest in the physical or psychological suffering of another individual include individuals known to have inflicted pain or suffering on mul­ tiple victims on separate occasions but who deny any urges or fantasies about such sexual behavior and who may further claim that known episodes of sexual assault were either un­ intentional or nonsexual. Others may admit past episodes of sexual behavior involving the infliction of pain or suffering on a nonconsenting individual but do not report any significant or sustained sexual interest in the physical or psychological suffering of another individual. Since these individuals deny having urges or fantasies involving sexual arousal to pain and suffering, it follows that they would also deny feeling subjectively distressed or socially im­ paired by such impulses. Such individuals may be diagnosed with sexual sadism disorder despite their negative self-report. Their recurrent behavior constitutes clinical support for the presence of the paraphilia of sexual sadism (by satisfying Criterion A) and simultane­ ously demonstrates that their paraphilically motivated behavior is causing clinically signif­ icant distress, harm, or risk of harm to others (satisfying Criterion B). Fewer victims can be interpreted as satisfying this criterion, if there are multiple instances of infliction of pain and suffering to the same victim, or if there is cor­ roborating evidence of a strong or preferential interest in pain and suffering involving multiple victims. Note that multiple victims, as suggested earlier, are a sufficient but not a necessary condition for diagnosis, as the criteria may be met if the individual acknowl­ edges intense sadistic sexual interest. The Criterion A time frame, indicating that the signs or symptoms of sexual sadism must have persisted for at least 6 months, should also be understood as a general guide­ line, not a strict threshold, to ensure that the sexual interest in inflicting pain and suffering on nonconsenting victims is not merely transient. However, the diagnosis may be met if there is a clearly sustained but shorter period of sadistic behaviors. Associated Features Supporting Diagnosis the extensive use of pornography involving the infliction of pain and suffering is some­ times an associated feature of sexual sadism disorder. Prevalence the population prevalence of sexual sadism disorder is unknown and is largely based on individuals in forensic settings.

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Abducent nerve has a very long intracranial course and supplies the lateral rectus muscle. Congenital ptosis: It is due to bilateral congenital Because of its long intracranial course, it is affected hypoplasia of the third nerve nuclei, and results in in conditions producing raised intracranial tension, bilateral ptosis. Third nerve palsy can occur without involving the pupillary fibres in the following conditions: • the eyes normally move 30° upwards, 50° down• Diabetes mellitus wards, 50° medially and 50° laterally. Partial Ptosis this occurs with lesion of the cervical sympathetic pathway (Horner’s syndrome) due to weakness of the tarsal muscles, innervated by cervical sympathetic nerves. Complete Ptosis this occurs with third nerve lesions due to paralysis of the levator palpabrae superioris, innervated by the third nerve. Pupils < 3 mm size in average condition of illumination are called Direct light reflex is elicited preferably in a dark room miotic and pupils > 5 mm are called mydriatic. Pin point and by asking the patient to look at a distance (in order pupil is said to be present when the pupillary size is to avoid accommodation reflex). Consensual light reflex is • Neostigmine elicitable because of the bilateral innervation of the • Morphine Edinger-Westphal nucleus by the fibres carrying the • Organophosphorous poisoning light reflex (Fig. Light Reflex Light reflex pathway: the light reflex is carried by the visual pathway up to the optic tracts, after which the fibres carrying this reflex are relayed to the EdingerWestphal nucleus, bilaterally, and from here through the ciliary ganglion to the sphincter pupillae by the ciliary nerves (Fig. Binocular diplopia: In this condition, diplopia occurs only when both eyes are open. Reaction to Accommodation falling on two different points on the retinae of the two Accommodation reflex pathway: the afferent stimulus for eyes. From here, fibres pass to the frontal lobe and from is distinct, whereas the false image is farther away from here the corticobulbar fibres go to the third nerve nucleus the eye and is indistinct. When the red glass is placed over the normal eye, Argyll-Robertson pupil (absent light reflex and prethe patient visualises the true image as red. When the served accommodation reflex) red glass is placed over the affected eye, the patient i. Tumours of the pineal region (associated upward Uncrossed diplopia occurs with abductor muscle gaze palsy). It is seen with lateral rectus, superior oblique Reversed Argyll-Robertson pupil (absent accommodation and inferior oblique paralysis. It is an abnormality of ocular movement, in which the visual axis do not meet at the point of fixation (Fig. Then patient is asked to follow an object held about 60 cm Primary deviation: the deviation of the axis of the affected from patient’s eye, which is moved in different eye from the parallelism with that of the normal eye is directions, to test the different muscles of the eye. Parietal and temporo-mesencephalic-pontine pathway: this pathway is concerned with pursuit eye movements. This pathway originates in the posterior parietal lobe and adjacent superior temporal sulcus and anterior temporal lobe. Fibres descend unilaterally to the pons to join the medial longitudinal fasciculus at about the level of the sixth nerve nucleus. Paralysis of conjugate upward gaze is found with a lesion of midbrain at the level of superior colliculus. Begins in early childhood Acquired later in life Internuclear ophthalmoplegia is a result of lesions 2. Movement of the eye, Movement of the affected in the medial longitudinal fasciculus. Diplopia almost never Diplopia always a symptom nystagmus on the contralateral side (Fig. Primary and secondary Secondary deviation more deviations are equal than primary deviation 5. Deviating eye usually No defective vision has defective vision and at the same time is prevented from seeing it with his normal eye, the latter deviates too far in the required direction. This is called secondary deviation, and is due to the increased effort evoked by the patient’s attempt to move the affected eye. Upper Motor Neuron (Supranuclear) Lesions Supranuclear Pathway the third, fourth and sixth cranial nerves have two supranuclear pathways. Fronto-mesencephalic-pontine pathway: this pathway is concerned with voluntary conjugate eye movements (saccades). Right internuclear ophthalmoplegia Stimulation in this area gives rise to conjugate deviation b. Nervous System 461 Anterior or superior internuclear ophthalmoplegia: In Grading of Jerky Nystagmus addition to the above features, there is a defective Grade I: Nystagmus with fast phase to left, looking covergence on the ipsilateral side. There is a total lack of horizontal movement on the ipsilateral Types and Cause of Jerky Nystagmus eye whereas in the contralateral eye only weak 1. Lesions of the cerebellum (nystagmus to the side It is a disturbance of ocular movement characterised by of lesion). It is seen in the following conditions involving the brainstem: Pathophysiology of Nystagmus a. Drugs (anticonvulsants, benzodiazepines, barbifrom there to the cerebellum and cortex. Rotatory nystagmus: It is an oscillatory movement of Nystagmus may therefore be due to the eyeball which is rotatory in character. Disease or dysfunction of the labyrinths, vestibular Horizontal nystagmus Cerebellar lesion nuclei or connection in the brainstem (maximal on gaze to the side of lesion) 3. Lesions involving central pathways controlling Rotatory nystagmus Labyrinthine lesion ocular posture (maximal on gaze opposite to the side of lesion) 5. It malities, chorioretinitis, albinism, high infantile is suppressed in the opposite side by a lesion in the myopia, opacities in the media, retinitis pigmentosa). See saw nystagmus: There is spontaneous nystagcorrecting movement in the other, the fast phase mus, with one eye going up while the other eye determining the direction of nystagmus. Direction of nystagmus Unidirectional; fast phase Bidirectional or unidirectional opposite to lesion 2. Congenital absence of Ipsilateral conjugate gaze palsy + facial weakness nucleus (Mobius’ syndrome) 2. The mesencephalic nucleus receives unconscious which is usually defective, provokes jerky proprioceptive information from periodontal memnystagmus with fast phase in convergent brane, palate, masticatory muscles and the tempodirection. Upbeat nystagmus: There is vertical nystagmus, tract (carrying pain and temperature) extends as low with fast phase upwards. It is seen in midbrain as 2nd cervical segment of the cord before it crosses lesion. Downbeat nystagmus: There is a vertical nystagIn this tract the ophthalmic division is lowermost mus, with fast phase downwards. Rebound nystagmus: It is an uncommon variety of ly and the medial part of the face is represented nystagmus of phasic type and occurs on looking rostrally. Sensory System Pain, temperature, light touch are examined in the Nucleus following territories (Fig. Ophthalmic division (forehead and upper part of posterior column sensation (touch, joint position the side of the nose) sense and two-point discrimination) from the face. Maxillary division (the malar region and upper lip) Fibres from this nucleus then cross over to the iii. Mandibular division (chin and anterior part of the opposite side and ascend up to the thalamus in the tongue). Lightly touch the lateral edge of the cornea and the adjoining conjunctival margin with a wisp of cotton, Fig. Receptor Free nerve endings (pain reflex) Masseter and Temporal Muscles: Note the symmetry of Afferent Trigeminal nerve (descending or bulbospinal the temporal fossa and the angles of the jaw.

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