Meaning of DISORDER in English

DISORDER

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a personality disorder (= a mental illness affecting someone’s personality )

The hospital treats patients with severe personality disorders.

an eating disorder (= a mental illness which causes you to eat too much or too little )

She described her battle with the eating disorder bulimia.

attention-deficit disorder

attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder

body dysmorphic disorder

eating disorder

post-traumatic stress disorder

psychiatric disorder (= mental illness )

Charles was suffering from a psychiatric disorder .

psychosomatic illness/symptoms/disorder etc

Children are just as susceptible to psychosomatic conditions as adults.

seasonal affective disorder

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

acquired

This is a theme which will re-emerge when we consider acquired disorders of language in Chapter 9.

affective

This approach, while including elements of problem-solving, focuses particularly on the thinking style and negative self-ideas that perpetuate affective disorders .

Seasonal affective disorder is associated with depression that is marked during the Winter and early Spring and regresses in the Summer.

bipolar

Depression also is a symptom of other illnesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder.

And, of course, mania usually alternates with depression, to form a bipolar disorder .

chronic

The Sjögren syndrome is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disorder usually affecting middle aged women.

Ones that enhance the serotonin effects are often helpful in chronic pain disorders .

As the mysteries of many infectious and nutritional diseases have been solved, what remain are the chronic disorders with genetic origins.

civil

By 1968, 15,000 men had been trained for handling civil disorder .

It hopes for a significant export trade in this latest answer to civil disorder .

Hunger, disease and civil disorder would destroy what was left of civilization.

Most movement is voluntary; some is involuntary and in response to conflict, civil disorder , and natural disaster.

Yu was thus the very symbol of civil disorder .

The Public Order Act represented the culmination of a long debate within the government about how increased civil disorder should be controlled.

digestive

Stomach ulcers and other digestive disorders are rife and there is a high mortality rate amongst veal calves despite their brief lifetime.

This means that the horse won't get the full benefit from his feed and it may also lead to digestive disorders .

eating

The relationship between eating disorders and compulsive physical exercise may be totally intertwined.

One recent population study found that depression did not precede the eating disorder , although it did correlate with onset.

The eating disorders include compulsive overeating and severe anorexia, both being found in some patients.

Thus the compulsive relationship with physical exercise can become effectively part of the spectrum of eating disorder behaviour.

Shape dissatisfaction, endemic to young women in western culture, elicits restrictive dieting that increases the vulnerability to eating disorders .

The eating disorders and other forms of addictive disease may not be seen at all except in their extreme forms.

It might have had something to do with her illness, the eating disorder bulimia.

Her job is working with girls with eating disorders , so she is very technical about it.

emotional

But a great many of them are deeply damaged and turn up in class with all kinds of emotional and behavioural disorders .

Determinants of childhood disorder Emotional and conduct disorders are the most frequently encountered psychiatric disturbances of childhood.

But although unconscious feelings have traditionally been associated with severe emotional disorder , they are not the prerogative of the acutely disturbed.

Thus a disordered sequence of clauses or sentences can act as an iconic representation of material or emotional disorder .

genetic

A genetic disorder led to her using a cane and seeking a hip replacement.

She had Sanfilippo's syndrome, a genetic disorder that attacks the nervous system.

Some genetic disorders predispose individuals to the toxic effects of substances found in the workplace or environment.

Their ruthless pursuit of Navajos in the 1860s led to isolation of a small band, which interbred, risking genetic disorders .

About one child in 20 admitted to hospital has some kind of genetic disorder .

Was it overlooked because it demonstrates that insights into genetic disorders can be gained without use of human embryos?

Bradley and colleagues are well aware of these problems as they seek to justify newborn screening for this untreatable genetic disorder .

major

Both were in Liverpool and covered a total of 103 clients suffering primary major depressive disorders .

While federal troops were still patrolling in Omaha, the last major racial disorder of 1919 broke out in Elaine, Arkansas.

If no major disorders had occurred in the next few years, those plans and preparations would probably have been forgotten.

mental

Information was required on his or her physical and mental condition, including any functional mental disorder or behavioural problems.

Also patron of epileptics and runaways; she is invoked against diabolic possession and mental disorders .

This chapter outlines what society should seek to achieve for people with mental disorder .

But no one would think to call a sprained ankle or lower back pain a mental disorder .

Another form of mental disorder , pellagra, was associated clinically with diarrhoea and dermatitis.

All of these findings show how unwarranted is the claim that there is such a phenomenon as a premenstrual mental disorder .

The importance of work and employment to those with mental disorder has, however, been recognized since Victorian times.

Everybody, but especially people with a mental disorder , needs expert legal advice when faced with statutory confinement.

nervous

Let us therefore assume that nervous disorders act as an intervening variable.

There are wards for children with pulmonary disease and nervous disorders .

In the first, nervous disorders are just an additional cause of absenteeism, but are unrelated to the type of job.

In the second, nervous disorders have no effect on absenteeism, despite the fact that they are caused by poor jobs.

None of the patients had evidence of a central nervous system or an autonomic nervous system disorder .

Many of their colleagues are off work sick for long periods being treated for nervous disorders .

neurological

Clinical topics on psychiatric and neurological disorders will also be covered.

Three neurological disorders are considered: tremor, dyskinesias and epilepsy.

The possible role of dynamical transitions in the aetiology of three neurological disorders will now be considered.

other

Certain drugs given for some other disorder may cause temporary impotence, so that is something to check with the doctor.

The condition may also occur in association with various other medical disorders .

Its early symptoms are similar to other disorders .

Stomach ulcers and other digestive disorders are rife and there is a high mortality rate amongst veal calves despite their brief lifetime.

They may well provide insight and help for other behavioural disorders but not for addictive disease as such.

The therapist did not think Charles was depressed nor suffering from any other psychiatric disorder .

None of them had been treated before admission to hospital, and none had any other medical disorders .

physical

Biofeedback in the treatment of physical disorders .

There are many comparable examples in the psychological sphere, as well as in the domain of physical disorder .

Another important aspect of assessment not addressed by this study is that of physical disorder .

Rations were monotonous, sanitation was rudimentary, and many physical disorders resulted from the constant water and mud.

psychiatric

Results - Agreement between team and research diagnoses ranged from 90% to 99% for the specific psychiatric disorders studied.

But what defines any psychiatric disorder is the combination of symptoms and how long they last, not one particular symptom.

Sadly, too, psychiatric disorders are still viewed by many people with suspicion and prejudice.

Some have shifted their focus to other psychiatric disorders , such as eating disorders.

Special considerations: there was no indication that the appellant was suffering from psychiatric disorder .

A history of psychiatric disorders also could contribute, some researchers believe.

Clinical topics on psychiatric and neurological disorders will also be covered.

About 30 percent use injection drugs, and 33 percent have a psychiatric disorder .

psychological

Traumatic experiences in the womb lie at the root of all sorts of psychological disorders .

With Western women, it was a psychological disorder , a pathetic response to the charge of never being good enough.

In some patients, psychological disorders may be even more important.

public

Several features of the Act which were designed to reduce the possibility of public disorder seem more likely to promote its occurrence.

It is an act of public disorder in itself.

Such variables are too specific to industrial relations to be included in the flashpoints model of public disorder .

Later, the Met hopes to give tasers to the Territorial Support Group, which deals with riots and public disorder .

The police capacity to respond to public disorder has greatly improved since the riots.

In this chapter, we look in closer detail at the media's relationship to public disorder .

Just in case they were not convinced, the authorities had broadcast messages of their improved ability to cope with any public disorders .

rare

Read in studio Dozens of children who survived a rare blood disorder have met for the first time at a special party.

This is a rare familial disorder in which conjugated bilirubin levels are increased due to defective excretion of bilirubin in the bile.

Previously, disease-causing mutations have been linked to rare or incurable disorders , providing often debatable benefits to small numbers of people.

serious

The five million crimes recorded in Britain last year suggest serious social disorder , but they scarcely figured in the election.

Some are rooted in simple, everyday stress, others in anxiety, and some others in the more serious anxiety disorders .

Those with serious psychiatric disorders , especially depression with serious suicidal ideation or significant impairment of insight.

For example: - Confusion and frightening hallucinations - Unbalanced emotions or more serious mental disorders - First-time heroin users may be sick.

severe

But although unconscious feelings have traditionally been associated with severe emotional disorder , they are not the prerogative of the acutely disturbed.

Even though the Wilson administration had witnessed the most severe racial disorders since Reconstruction no really positive response was given.

social

The five million crimes recorded in Britain last year suggest serious social disorder , but they scarcely figured in the election.

One theory is that an individual like Jin was used by criminals intent on heightening social disorder .

Such parliamentary chaos is not a symptom of underlying social disorder .

In this respect the incidence of neurosis seems inversely proportional to social disorder .

Without this, there are real dangers of alienation, social division and disorder .

Without a strong State, this underclass will erupt into fragmented resistance, indicated in social disorder .

traumatic

The movement's struggle with authorities to help the victims of post-\#traumatic stress disorder and Agent Orange had undeniable significance.

Counselors will work with people who have post- traumatic stress disorder .

violent

Three men were arrested on suspicion of causing violent disorder and were released on police bail.

The next day, after sporadic incidents, violent disorder erupted at about 7.00 p. m. Disorder occurred again in 1986.

Seven defendants were charged with violent disorder at or outside a night club and with various assaults on police officers.

The seven, all from Gosport, admitted violent disorder .

Now the agitation in the country and the violent disorder it threatened could be directed against the Government.

Lord and Murray also denied conspiracy to cause violent disorder .

But Livingstone and Hardy, both 20, had denied a charge of violent disorder during the incident last September.

■ NOUN

brain

Parkinson's disease is a degenerative brain disorder that causes tremors and muscle rigidity among other symptoms.

Once isolated, the mutant gene will be the second gene known to increase the risk for the brain disorder .

For Francesca, who's almost 3, suffers from a brain disorder which triggers off convulsive fits.

It is considered one of the most significant developments in the fight against many brain disorders and diseases.

Voice over Doctors are baffled by the cause of Francesca's brain disorder .

Schizophrenia is a brain disorder that can cause, among other things, visual and auditory hallucinations, delusions and distorted thinking.

The deaths linked to Zyban include heart attacks, suicides, brain disorders and asthma attacks.

I had a hangover that was mutating into some kind of brain disorder .

deficit

Other terms used for this collection of symptoms are minimal brain dysfunction and attention deficit disorder .

And they gave him every diagnosis-from sociopathy to thought disorder , attention deficit disorder, conduct disorder.

Coaches are always yelling at referees, remarking on their visual impairments and attention deficit disorders .

mood

Origins of schizophrenia Schizophrenia is primarily a thought disorder , whereas depression is dominated by a mood disorder.

The data is similar, though not as strong, for mood disorders .

Exactly the same as the mood disorders and behavioural characteristics of the primary disease.

Both schizophrenia and mood disorders show evidence of decreased activity in frontal lobes and abnormal function of the system for directed attention.

Some patients had a short lived mood disorder , which would be likely to resolve rapidly, perhaps without treatment.

Seiden suspects that the long-term result could be depression, anxiety, sleeplessness, and other mood disorders .

Poets seem to have the highest rates of mood disorders and suicide.

movement

This sometimes causes temporary aggravation of the movement disorder , but may eventually result in its improvement or complete subsidence.

Anticholinergic drugs should be discontinued because this class of drugs may aggravate the movement disorder .

personality

And they were shocked to hear at the end of the three-month trial that Allitt suffered from a dangerous personality disorder .

Defense psychiatrist George Woods diagnosed Davis as suffering three specific personality disorders .

Other studies suggest that personality disorders are relatively uncommon in anorexia nervosa.

Typically, psychological problems and personality disorders compound as obesity creates a different view of reality.

This personality disorder is characterised by a lack of guilt and an inability to keep rules or form lasting relationships.

Psychologist Lenore Walker argued for eliminating personality disorders altogether because of bias.

She is an elderly lady, she has had one stroke, and she has a personality disorder .

If Atlanta were a person, a psychologist might well render a diagnosis of narcissistic personality disorder .

stress

The movement's struggle with authorities to help the victims of post-traumatic stress disorder and Agent Orange had undeniable significance.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is key to the brothers' defense.

Counselors will work with people who have post- traumatic stress disorder .

All maintain they have never recovered from the incident and suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder .

During cross-examination by Abramson, Dietz agreed that that condition shares symptoms with post-traumatic stress disorder .

Under the standard criteria, the children did not qualify for a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder .

system

None of the patients had evidence of a central nervous system or an autonomic nervous system disorder .

This says that in any closed system disorder , or entropy, always increases with time.

■ VERB

cause

Three men were arrested on suspicion of causing violent disorder and were released on police bail.

A prophet assures the patient that the Holy Spirit has the capacity to vanquish whatever it is that is causing the disorder .

Until now there have been few reports on hepatic failure caused by disorders of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation.

An overdose can cause mental disorders , fits, a coma or death.

Lord and Murray also denied conspiracy to cause violent disorder .

They call for more research on the physiological and immunological changes caused by eating disorders , especially bulimia.

create

They were designed to create disorder and to impede the smooth transfer of power.

Scenes of dancing cups and mad-scientist lab equipment ultimately create order out of disorder .

He creates disorder and manages to convince people only he can resolve it.

It creates order where disorder and threat previously existed.

diagnose

Thus, for example, they were more likely than the psychiatrists to diagnose psychiatric disorder or recommend inpatient care.

When all potential causes of secondary hyperuricemia are ruled out, it is reasonable to diagnose a primary disorder .

There are eight possible criteria to look for in diagnosing this disorder .

eat

I have never suffered from an eating disorder myself, but I have interviewed many who have.

For the most part, the researchers are split into two camps: pro-diet medical researchers and anti-diet eating disorders researchers.

Nevertheless, eating disorders do show a familial aggregation.

Some have shifted their focus to other psychiatric disorders , such as eating disorders.

How are eating disorders treated appropriately?

They pointed to evidence which shows that people who diet may be at increased risk for binge eating and eating disorders .

An interesting, yet largely unexplored area relates to protective factors that tend to prevent the expression of eating disorders .

Unlike obesity researchers, eating disorders researchers have been in a unique position to view the long-term effects of dieting.

suffer

I have never suffered from an eating disorder myself, but I have interviewed many who have.

Defense psychiatric experts claim Erik suffered from the disorder at the time of the killings.

Gore was schizoid, suffering from a psychopathic disorder , requiring treatment for many years to come.

Defense psychiatrist George Woods diagnosed Davis as suffering three specific personality disorders .

Special considerations: there was no indication that the appellant was suffering from psychiatric disorder .

Typical of children who have lost a parent, we suffered eating and sleep disorders .

For Francesca, who's almost 3, suffers from a brain disorder which triggers off convulsive fits.

All maintain they have never recovered from the incident and suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder .

treat

It is therefore seldom appropriate to treat disorders of language and communication by trying to influence presumed underlying causes.

Valerian root is most often used to treat sleep disorders that stem from anxiety and nervousness.

They were useful for treating allergic disorders and also as sedatives and remedies for motion sickness.

And with facilities for treating children with learning disorders , behavior-disorders, mood and anxiety disorders...

Our knowledge and ability to treat pelvic-floor disorders has benefited enormously from the availability of newer diagnostic and surgical approaches.

Each of these medications has effects useful for treating panic disorder , despite their labels associated with other diagnoses.

Many of their colleagues are off work sick for long periods being treated for nervous disorders .

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

bipolar disorder

And, of course, mania usually alternates with depression, to form a bipolar disorder.

Depression also is a symptom of other illnesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a serious heart disorder

After several hours of fierce fighting, the rebel troops retreated in disorder .

After two years of therapy, Duane was able to conquer his eating disorder .

Children who suffer from personality disorders often receive little or no treatment until it's too late.

Children with eating disorders such as anorexia need close supervision.

Eventually after weeks of tests they discovered I had a rare liver disorder .

Minor stomach disorders are common when travelling abroad.

The country's civil war came at the end of a long period of social disorder .

The entire apartment was in disorder , but nothing seemed to have been stolen.

The hospital specializes in treating disorders of the brain.

The smallest problem can throw all their services into disorder .

There was no evidence of her having a psychiatric disorder , although it was clear that she had become withdrawn since the breakup of her relationship.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

And if attention-deficit disorder may be present, additional evaluation is required.

But although unconscious feelings have traditionally been associated with severe emotional disorder , they are not the prerogative of the acutely disturbed.

In addition to these disorders, two specific enzyme defects have been reported to cause primary adult gout.

In and out of their feet and the horses' hooves scurried the hounds in cheerful disorder .

Subsequently, Stoneham declared martial law, brought in all available troops, and suppressed the disorder .

Thus, clinical disorders of volume are caused by disturbances of salt balance.

We didn't need the gene sequence to find most monogenic disorders.

You can't have law and order without lawlessness and disorder , just as you can't have light without darkness.

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