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Neuropsychiatry Is Thriving

Advances in neuropsychiatry await translation into important new clinical insights. Photo ©Shutterstock.com.

Neuropsychiatry

Neuropsychiatric Sequelae of Stroke: Issues and Implications for Clinicians

This review focuses on post-stroke depression, apathy, anxiety, and PTSD, because these disorders occur and have been studied most frequently.

Your patient is recovering from a traumatic brain injury. He asks you, “Doc, why do I need so much extra sleep?”

What psychiatry needs is a new approach to “psychiatric theory.” Here are a few practical suggestions.

Neuropsychiatry

Neuropsychiatry is thriving, and the articles in this Special Report demonstrate its breadth and depth while providing the opportunity to characterize and delimit its scope.

A considerable overlap exists between TBI and disorders in cognition, behavior, and personality, which can provide even greater clinical challenges. More than 70% of the cases of TBI are mild, which makes this subgroup of particular clinical interest.

Update on Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures

The authors take an in-depth look at the evaluation, diagnosis, and fundamental treatment recommendations, protocols, and guides to therapy for psychogenic nonepileptic seizures.

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