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Sleep Disorders Answers based on DSM-IV-TR and Tasman and First unless otherwise stated. As of 1Aug07
ICD-9-CM Since DSM-IV-TR was published, ICD-9-CM had vastly increased the number of sleep disorder diagnoses. While DSM-IV-TR printings in 2006 and 2007 reflected a few of these additions, the board examiners are very unlikely to expect candidates to know most of the new ICD-9-CM additions, so we will not address them in our answers.
Primary Insomnia Q. The essential feature of primary insomnia is?
Primary Insomnia Ans. A complaint of difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep or of nonrestorative sleep that last for at least one month and causes significant distress or impairment in important areas of functioning – and is not part of any other medical [including psychiatric] disorder.
Primary insomnia -- Prevalence Q. Prevalence of primary insomnia?
Primary insomnia -- prevalence Ans. 1 – 10 % of the population/year.
Primary insomnia – age and gender Q. What ages and which gender have the highest prevalence of primary insomnia?
Primary insomnia – age and gender Ans. More in women and increases with age.
Primary insomnia -- course Q. What is the typical course in primary insomnia?
Primary insomnia -- course Ans. While there is considerable variation, usually a precipitating psychological or physical stress leads to a sudden insomnia that often is still present after the stress is removed.
Primary hypersomnia -- essentials Q. State the essentials to the dx of primary insomnia.
Primary hypersomnia -- essentials Ans. Almost daily excessive sleepiness for at least a month that is not part of any other disorder and cause significant distress or dysfunction.
Narcolepsy -- prevalence Ans. 0.02-0.16% of pop. Genders equal.
Breathing-related sleep disorder Q. Essentials of this disorder?
Breathing-related sleep disorder Ans. Sleep disruption leading to insomnia or hypersomnia that is judged to be due to ventilation abnormalities during sleep and not better accounted for by another disorder.
Circadian rhythm sleep disorder Ans. Subtypes: Delayed sleep phase type Jet lag type Shift work type Unspecified type
Parasomnias Q. List the three parasomnias other than parasomnia NOS.
Parasomnias Ans. 1] Nightmare disorder 2] Sleep terror disorder 3] Sleepwalking disorder
Nightmare disorder Q. Essential features of nightmare disorder?
Nightmare disorder Ans. Repeated occurrence of frightening dreams that lead to awakening from sleep.
Nightmare disorder -- prevalence Ans. Unknown, but between 10 and 50% of children, age 3-5 years, have nightmares that disturb their parents.
Sleep terror disorder Q. Essential features of sleep terror disorder?
Sleep terror disorder Ans. Essentials are repeated sleep terrors, consisting of abrupt awaking from sleep with a panicky cry, intense fear and difficult in being awakened and comforted. [note difference between this disorder and nightmare disorder as to awaken in nightmare disorder, hard to awaken in sleep terror disorder as examiner or exam questions have focused on the difference.]
Sleep terror disorder -- prevalence Q. Prevalence?
Sleep terror disorder Ans. Estimates are 1-6% of children, 1% of adults. Runs in families.