Exploring the New Era of Hope and Possibilities for Patients With Dementia
"To be sure, we are still in the nascent stages of developing treatments. However, our armamentarium is steadily growing."
Electroconvulsive Therapy: Obsolete and Dangerous or Still Just Misunderstood?
ECT has undoubtedly been foundational in the field of interventional psychiatry, yet controversy remains an underlying theme.
Diverse Patients, Common Ground
In psychiatry, 2 patients with the same condition are never the same.
A Double Whammy: Psychosis and Huntington Disease
When the patient has significant comorbid psychiatric problems, high risk of suicide, and Huntington disease, the role of clinician spills over into patient advocate in a complex medical system.
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