【颅脑外伤与精神病的关系 - 1.4万人的大验证】

来源: 2017-09-16 09:04:05 [] [博客] [旧帖] [给我悄悄话] 本文已被阅读: 次 (14175 bytes)
本文内容已被 [ 偃月劃戟 ] 在 2017-09-16 13:56:17 编辑过。如有问题,请报告版主或论坛管理删除.

 

 

颅脑损伤包括外伤,可致,可造成精神异常,或曰 精神病。

据文献(不少)说:

1,毛岸青 有精神病, 具体病名不知。

2,毛岸青 幼少时 在沪 被袭击 击伤头部,(具体伤情,医生诊断和治疗,不知)留下后遗症。

3,毛岸青的精神异常(如果诊断确实)很可能 是后天性的, 继发性的。

脑损伤与精神病大概由于:

1,器质结构改变,

2,通路,线路,circuit 变故,短路,错路,反路等,

3,某些神经介质的产生,输送,结合,分解代谢障碍。

 

下文是 丹麦医学家科学家 对丹麦近14万人群的调查报告。

这么大规模的试验课题,很罕见,很特殊,很有说服力。智者慧眼自辩。

 

【颅脑外伤与精神病的关系 - 近1.4万人的大验证】 

 

Ralph Ryback M.D.
Ralph Ryback M.D.

has taught at many institutions including Harvard Medical School. 

Traumatic Brain Injury

 

颅脑外伤性损害 可以导致精神病发生。

 

When traumatic brain injuries TBI cause psychiatric symptoms

In 2013, a group of Danish scientists found that individuals with TBI (including concussions) were 

four times more likely to develop a mental illness. People who had received a TBI were   

颅脑损伤后,精神病的发生率 是 正常人群体的4倍。童年少年头部外伤者的精神病发病率尤高。

65 percent more likely to develop schizophrenia,  精神分裂症 65%

59 percent more likely to develop depression and  抑郁症 59%

28 percent more likely to develop bipolar disorder. 狂躁-抑郁症 28%

 

This study is the largest of its kind and involved following 1.4 million Danish citizens born between the years 1977 and 2000. ---- 【注:1.4million, 原文如此, 当为 113,906 脑颅受伤者】

                                   详见 : http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/abs/10.1176/appi.ajp.2013.13020190?

A head injury, especially a severe head injury or one occurring between the ages of 11 and 15, increased the risk for subsequent schizophrenia by 65%, the risk of depression by 59%, the risk of bipolar disorder by 28%, and the risk of organic mental disorders by more than 400% in this largest-to-date analysis of data from over 100,000 individuals.

-------------------

 

This study is far from the only one to suggest a link between TBI and mental illness. A research team led by Jonathan Godbout, an associate professor at Ohio State University,found that mice that had sustained a TBI demonstrated increased depressive symptoms as well as higher-than-normal levels of neural inflammation. (I have previously written aboutmental illness’ surprising link to inflammation). Yet another study found that experiencing depressive symptoms after a head injury is more common than not — the prevalence of depression after TBI is greater than 50 percent.

The most frightening piece of research, however, was published earlier this year: People who had received a concussion in the past were three times more likely to fall victim to suicide.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-truisms-wellness/201604/traumatic-brain-injury-the-invisible-illness

 

 

 

 

 


更多我的博客文章>>>

 

 

加跟帖:

  • 笔名:      密码: 保持登录状态一个月,直到我退出登录。
  • 标题:
  • 内容(可选项): [所见即所得|预览模式] [HTML源代码] [如何上传图片] [怎样发视频] [如何贴音乐]
回到顶部