Catatonia: Guia Clinica Para El Diagnostico Y El Tratamiento M. Fink M.a. Taylor pdf lit doc

August 26, 2019

Catatonia: Guia Clinica Para El Diagnostico Y El Tratamiento por M. Fink M.a. Taylor

Titulo del libro: Catatonia: Guia Clinica Para El Diagnostico Y El Tratamiento

Autor: M. Fink M.a. Taylor

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There are few psychiatric phenomena as puzzling as catatonia. It affects more than 10% of acute psychiatric patients. But its classification remains controversial. Catatonia has been described as a disease, but also as a syndrome. It has been considered as a subtype of schizophrenia or as an affective disorder. Identifying catatonia is not difficult, but often misleading, because it is thought to be a rare syndrome. Catatonia appears with several manifestations. But it has a well defined treatment that, when used correctly, offers an excellent prognosis. This clinical guide on diagnosis and treatment of catatonia specifies its characteristics; Teaches to identify you; Describes his neurobiology; And indicates the lines of the best treatment. Written by two prestigious neuropsychiatrists, it provides a wide and deep clinical knowledge, based on their own experience with this syndrome and with examples also from other specialists. It is a didactic manual that offers the most appropriate and practical approaches for a differential diagnosis and a correct and adequate management of this strange pathology. Excellent clinical guide for both expert professionals and resident doctors and students. There are few psychiatric phenomena as puzzling as catatonia. It affects more than 10% of acute psychiatric patients. But its classification remains controversial. Catatonia has been described as a disease, but also as a syndrome. It has been considered as a subtype of schizophrenia or as an affective disorder. Identifying catatonia is not difficult, but often misleading, because it is thought to be a rare syndrome. Catatonia appears with several manifestations. But it has a well defined treatment that, when used correctly, offers an excellent prognosis. This clinical guide on diagnosis and treatment of catatonia specifies its characteristics; Teaches to identify you; Describe his neurobiology; And indicates the lines of the best treatment. Written by two prestigious neuropsychiatrists, it provides a wide and deep clinical knowledge, based on their own experience with this syndrome and with examples also from other specialists. It is a didactic manual that offers the most appropriate and practical approaches for a differential diagnosis and correct and adequate management of this strange pathology. Excellent clinical guide for both expert professionals and resident physicians and students.