Cutting Edge Medicine and Liaison Psychiatry: Psychiatric Problems of Organ Transplantation, Cancer, HIV/AIDS, and Genetic Therapy : Proceedings of the 13th Tokyo Institute of Psychiatry International Symposium Held in Tokyo on 29-30 September 1998, Issue 1174

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Hardbound. Cutting Edge Medicine and Liaison Psychiatry/Psychiatric Problems of Organ Transplantation, Cancer, HIV/AIDS and Genetic Therapy has been created in response to the demands from modern medicine for a focus on psychiatric problems in cutting-edge medicine, such as those related to organ transplantation, genetic therapy, cancer and HIV/AIDS. With the rapid changes of modernized societies, the area of psychiatry is expected to deal with a greater range of disorders. The field is no longer limited to classic disorders such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. Cutting-edge medicine, such as genetic diagnosis, genetic therapy and organ transplantation are becoming major foci in the 21st century and the psychological problems arising in these areas are growing sequentially.The 13th Tokyo Institute of Psychiatry International Symposium was held in Tokyo, Japan on 29-30 September 1998 to discuss all areas of liaison psychiatry: th

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Models of care for patients with comorbid medical and psychiatric illness
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The high acuity type IV integrated medicine and psychiatry treatment
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