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I was not so

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 March 2020

M.J. Gordillo Montaño
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain
S. Ramos Perdigues
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain
E. Guillén Guillén
Affiliation:
Hospital Clinic, Psycho-oncology, Barcelona, Spain
O. Lopez Berastegui
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Medicine, Eivissa, Spain
M. Guisado Rico
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain
S.V. Boned Torres
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain
M. De Amuedo Rincon
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain
C. Merino del Villar
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain
S. Latorre
Affiliation:
Hospital Can Misses, Psychiatry, Eivissa, Spain

Abstract

Introduction

The frontal lobes are the brain structures of latest development and evolution in the human brain. It is considered that the frontal lobes represent the “executive center of the brain”. The frontal tumors represent 16% of all supratentorial tumors. Symptoms are easily confused as psychiatric rather than neurological.

Objectives

Can see the alterations of the executive functions in a case of frontal affectation, for future cases know where to focus our attention and develop concepts associated with frontal lobe.

Method

Thirty-year-old patient without relevant medical history. Go to the emergency department with major episode of agitation. After performing cranial CT abnormality, it is detected in the front area. Sign up study. It presents amnesia episode before admission, whereupon shown stunned and worried. The patient describes a change in your life 12 months ago, when it begins to be more nervous, increasing their impulsiveness, she has episodes of binge eating, purging behavior with subsequent occasional alcohol abuse. Jealousy. The patient is informed as much as your family of the possible impact of the injury on the behavioral sphere and impulse control when it is still unknown origin.

Conclusions

From a neuropsychological point of view the frontal lobes represent a system of planning, regulation and control of psychological processes; coordination and allow selection of multiple processes and various behavioral options and strategies available to the human being. Tumour research is important as it provides enough information we cognitive impairment. These patients exhibit symptoms that are easily confused as psychiatric rather than neurological.

Disclosure of interest

The authors have not supplied their declaration of competing interest.

Type
e-Poster Viewing: Oncology and psychiatry
Copyright
Copyright © European Psychiatric Association 2017
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