Saturday, November 16, 2013

Video: Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) or Emotional Liability

Pseudobulbar Affect: An Emotional Mismatch 

Published on Aug 26, 2013

Pseudobulbar affect (PBA) is a medical condition characterized by sudden and uncontrollable episodes of crying or laughing, often in socially inappropriate situations. It is sometimes referred to as emotional lability, pathological crying and laughing, or emotional incontinence. An episode of PBA can occur at any time, even in inappropriate social situations. Watch this video about PBA to learn more about the condition.

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PBA Commercial 

Published on Jan 18, 2013

The Laughing Disease Commercial

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Faces of Stroke Ambassadors: Sonja and Amber 

Published on Oct 1, 2012

Hear more about why Sonja and Amber are Faces of Stroke Ambassadors for National Stroke Association's October 2012 stroke awareness mini-campaign about pseudobulbar affect.

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Recovering Emotions After Stroke (Stroke #3) 

Uploaded on Mar 19, 2008

Engaging in the simplest of social interactions, or expressing the most basic of emotions, provide a whole new set of struggles for people recovering from stroke.

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AAN: Drug Combo Tones Down Pseudobulbar Affect 

Uploaded on May 5, 2010

TORONTO -- An investigational drug combination was safe and effective at relieving the symptoms of the inappropriate emotional expression sometimes linked to neurological diseases and injuries, a researcher said here.

In an open-label study, the combination of dextromethorphan and quinidine significantly reduced the symptoms of pseudobulbar affect in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to Erik Pioro, MD, DPhil, of the Cleveland Clinic.

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Affect Pseudobulbaire 

Uploaded on Sep 10, 2008

Le syndrome pseudobulbaire est à la neurologie ce que la labilité émotionnelle est à la psychiatrie : un état dans lequel le patient est submergé par certaines réactions émotionnelles, notamment les pleurs et les rires.

KQED a réalisé une vidéo dans laquelle Matt Chaney nous est présenté. Ce patient est atteint d'une sclérose latérale amyotrophique.

SSTattler - Translate by Google:
"Pseudobulbar affect is the neurology that emotional lability is psychiatry: a state in which the patient is overwhelmed by some emotional reactions, including crying and laughter." 
"KQED has made a video in which Matt Chaney is presented. This patient is suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis."

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Pseudobulbar Affect (Pathological Laughter) 

Uploaded on Apr 22, 2011

My buddy, Scott, as he gets overcome by a fit of unprovoked and uncontrollable laughter. Fortunately this episode occurred in the relatively private confines of my vehicle, but other times can be less appropriate (out for lunch, during meetings, sex, etc.). This rare, often painful symptom of multiple sclerosis is also known commonly as pathological laughter, or in medical terminology, as Pseudobulbar Affect.

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Study on Pseudobulbar Affect 

Published on Jun 2, 2012

Study on Pseudobulbar Affect

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Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) as a Transient Sports Concussion Symptom: The First Case Report

Published on Jun 13, 2012

Pseudobulbar affect (PBA) as a transient sports concussion symptom:
The first case report - Dr. Kantor presents an oral platform presentation at the European Neurological Society (ENS) Annual Meeting in Prague on 06/12/2012.

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