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A panel of international psychiatrists, neurologists, clinical psychologists, and neuropsychiatrists review for the clinical neurologist those aspects of psychiatry that impact the management of neurological disorders. On the one hand, the authors illuminate the neurological aspects of such psychiatric disorders as depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, hysteria, catatonia, addictions, and personality disorders. On the other hand, they also explain in detail the psychiatric evaluation of the neurological patient and discuss the behavioral aspects of the major neurological disorders, including psychiatric complications of dementia and stroke, neuromuscular disorders, the psychiatric aspects of Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, Huntington's disease, Tourette's syndrome, and multiple sclerosis. Comprehensive and timely, Psychiatry for Neurologists helps to close the artificial gap separating neurology and psychiatry so that neurologists feel comfortable managing the psychiatric aspects of the neurological disorders they treat.
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  • Hardback | 428 pages
  • 180.3 x 254 x 30.5mm | 952.56g
  • Totowa, NJ, United States
  • English
  • 2006 ed.
  • 39 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 428 p. 39 illus.
  • 1588294838
  • 9781588294838

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Patients with many disorders considered primarily "neurological" also have behavior disorders that are either overlooked, ignored by the attending clinical neurologist, or referred to a psychiatrist. In fact, it is becoming ever clearer that neurology and psychiatry share common ground and need each other. In Psychiatry for Neurologists, a panel of internationally recognized psychiatrists, neurologists, clinical psychologists, and neuropsychiatrists review for the clinical neurologist those aspects of psychiatry that impact the management of neurological disorders. On the one hand, the authors illuminate the neurological aspects of such psychiatric disorders as depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, hysteria, catatonia, addictions, and personality disorders. On the other hand, they also explain in detail the psychiatric evaluation of the neurological patient and discuss the behavioral aspects of the major neurological disorders, including psychiatric complications of dementia and stroke, neuromuscular disorders, the psychiatric aspects of Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, Huntington's disease, Tourette's syndrome, and multiple sclerosis. Additional chapters examine childhood and geriatric disorders, fatigue, delirium, psychopharmacology, and the problems of managing psychiatric emergencies in a neurological practice.
Comprehensive and timely, Psychiatry for Neurologists helps to close the artificial gap separating neurology and psychiatry so that neurologists feel comfortable managing the psychiatric aspects of the neurological disorders they treat.
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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

Historical Interfaces Between American Neurology and Psychiatry
Christopher G. Goetz

The Evolution of Psychiatry and Neurology: Two Disciplines Divided by a Common Goal?
Francois Boller and Gianfranco Dalla Barba

Part II. Evaluation

Psychiatric Evaluation of the Neurological Patient
Stephen Salloway, Colin Harrington, and Sandra Jacobson

Part III. Major Psychiatric Disorders

An Overview of Depression
Irene Hegeman Richard and Jeffrey M. Lyness

Anxiety Disorders
Julie Loebach Wetherell, Ariel J. Lang, and Murray B. Stein

Schizophrenia
David P. Folsom, Adam S. Fleisher, and Colin A. Depp

Hysteria in Neurological Practice: The Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders
Fred Ovsiew

Catatonia: Clinical Features, Differential Diagnosis, and Treatment
Patricia I. Rosebush and Michael F. Mazurek. Addictions, David W. Oslin

Personality Disorders
Marc E. Agronin

Part IV. Psychiatry of Major Neurological Disorders

Psychiatric Complications in Dementia
Daniel Weintraub and Anton P. Porsteinsson

Psychiatric Complications of Strokes
Sergio E. Starkstein and Robert G. Robinson

Neuromuscular Disorders
Jeffrey Allen Cohen and Renee Marie Vebell

Psychiatric Aspects of Parkinson's Disease
Laura Marsh and Joseph H. Friedman

Neuropsychiatric Disorders in Multiple Sclerosis
David C. Mohr and Darcy Cox

Epilepsy
W. Curt LaFrance, Jr. and Andres M. Kanner

Tourette's Syndrome
Cathy Budman and Roger Kurlan

Huntington's Disease
Karen E. Anderson and Karen S. Marder

Psychiatry of the Cerebellum
Russell L. Margolis

Part V. Other Topics

Childhood Disorders
Dorothy E. Stubbe

Geriatric Disorders
Colin A. Depp and JodyCorey-Bloom

Fatigue
Christopher Christodoulou, William S. MacAllister, and Lauren B. Krupp

Delirium
John C. M. Brust

Psychopharmacology: A Pharmacodynamic Approach
Christian Dolder and Beatriz Luna

Electroconvulsive Therapy
Eric J. Christopher and Warren D. Taylor

Neurosurgical Treatments for Psychiatric Indications
Lawrence T. Park, Darin D. Dougherty, and Scott L. Rauch

Psychotherapy for Psychiatric Disorders
John R. McQuaid and Laura Campbell-Sills

Psychiatric Emergencies and Crisis Management in a Neurological Practice
Sanjay Gupta

Informed Consent and Competency: Legal and Ethical Issues
David Naimark, Laura Dunn, Ansar Haroun, and Grant Morris

Index
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"...an eminently useful volume for contemporary practitioners." -Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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