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Depression in Neurologic Disorders: Diagnosis and Managementby Andres M. Kanner
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Depression in Neurologic Disorders
Diagnosis and Management
Andres M. Kanner, MD, Professor of Neurological Sciences and Psychiatry, Rush Medical College at Rush University, Chicago, IL, USA.
Why should neurologists care about depression?
It is one of the most frequent psychiatric comorbid conditions of neurologic disorders. Not only does it have a negative impact on the quality of patients, but it is also associated with a worse course of the neurologic disease. Yet, more often than not, neurologists have not been trained to recognize clinical depression in their patients.
How should neurologists learn to care for depression?
By reading Depression in Neurologic Disorders, the caring neurologist will gain a practical overview of:
The major neurologic disorders covered in Depression in Neurologic Disorders include:
The practical approach is enhanced with the use of case studies and ‘take-home pearls’ throughout.
Depression is a common disorder that all neurologists face in their daily clinical practice. Depression in Neurologic Disorders provides the fundamentals of caring for patients who are suffering beyond their diagnosed neurologic disorder.
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The first part of the book begins with an overview of depression, its incidence and manifestations and neurobiological origins; how it's diagnosed; and its relevance to neurology, in particular to suicidality. The second part looks at depression in distinct conditions, in particular: migraine, stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson's Disease, Huntington's Disease, dementia, and traumatic brain injury. This useful guide takes a practical approach, with "tips and tricks" boxes, case studies, points of interest boxes, and take-home summaries.
Table of Contents
Section I: General ConsiderationsChapter 1. Depression in Neurologic Disorders: Why should neurologists care?Chapter 2. Neurobiological Aspects of Depression: How do they affect neurological disorders?Chapter 3. Clinical Manifestations of DepressionChapter 4. Screening Instruments for Depression in Neurologic Disorders: Their application in the clinic and in research.Chapter 5. Suicidality in Neurologic DisordersChapter 6. Neuropsychological Aspects of Depression: Their relevance in depression in neurologic disorders.Chapter 7. Depressive Disorders in Children and Adolescents with Neurologic Disorders.Chapter 8. Basic Principles in the Management of Depressive Disorders.Chapter 9: Transcultural Differences in the Evaluation and Treatment of Depression Section II: Depression and Neurologic DisordersChapter 10. Depression and MigraineChapter 11. Depression and StrokeChapter 12. Depression and EpilepsyChapter 13. Depression and Parkinson?s DiseaseChapter 14. Depression and Huntington?s DiseaseChapter 15. Depression and DementiaChapter 16. Depression and Traumatic Brain Injury
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