Massachusetts General Hospital Comprehensive Clinical Psychiatry E-Book
Elsevier Health Sciences, Feb 13, 2015 - Medical - 1040 pages
The Massachusetts General Hospital is widely respected as one of the world's premier psychiatric institutions. Now, preeminent authorities from MGH present a reference that is carefully designed to simplify your access to the current clinical knowledge you need. A remarkably user-friendly organization - with abundant boxed summaries, bullet points, case histories, and algorithms - speeds you to the answers you need. In short, this brand-new reference delivers all the authoritative answers you need to overcome any clinical challenge, in a format that's easier to consult than any other source!
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
XIII Psychiatric Epidemiology and Statistics
XIV Genetics and Psychiatry
XV Social and Community Psychiatry
XVI Child Psychiatry
XVII Geriatric Psychiatry
XIX Law and Psychiatry
XX Care in Special Settings
Other editions - View all
abnormalities abuse activity addition adolescents adults alcohol American Psychiatric American Psychiatric Association antidepressants antipsychotics anxiety disorders assessment associated behavior benzodiazepines bipolar bipolar disorder brain buprenorphine child chronic Clin clinical clinicians co-morbid cognitive cognitive-behavioral cortex delirium dementia depression diagnosis diagnostic criteria disease dissociative distress dopamine dose drug DSM-IV dysfunction eating disorder effects efficacy emotional episode evaluation experience exposure factitious disorder Figure function genetic haloperidol hypnosis illness impairment increased individuals insomnia interpersonal interventions involves medical condition ment mental disorders mood multiple negative obsessive-compulsive disorder occur one’s onset panic panic disorder patients personality disorder pregnancy prevalence problems psychological psychosis psychotherapy psychotic PTSD rates recurrent relationship reported response risk factors role scales schizophrenia scores seizures sexual significant sleep social somatic specific SSRIs studies substance suggest syndrome therapist therapy tion traumatic treatment trichotillomania typically withdrawal women