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The Clinical Neuropsychiatry of Stroke
Cognitive, Behavioral and Emotional Disorders following Vascular Brain Injury

2nd Edition

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  • Date Published: September 2012
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107407428

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  • This second edition, published in 2006, covers the range of neuropsychiatric syndromes associated with stroke, including cognitive, emotional and behavioural disorders such as depression, anxiety and psychosis. There is growing recognition among a wide range of clinicians and allied healthcare staff that post-stroke neuropsychiatric syndromes are common and serious. Such complications can have a negative impact on recovery and even survival; however, there is now evidence suggesting that pre-emptive therapeutic intervention in high-risk patient groups can prevent the initial onset of the conditions. This opportunity for primary prevention marks a huge advance in the management of this patient population.

    • Revised and updated to reflect the explosion of relevant research
    • Comprehensive, cohesive and systematic presentation from a leading researcher in the field
    • Describes recent studies in pre-emptive and preventive therapeutic interventions
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    Reviews & endorsements

    "This is the second edition of the most important book on the neuropsychiatric consequences of vascular brain disease. Written and edited by the leading and internationally recognized clinician-researcher on post-stroke psychiatric disorders, this book remains essential reading for all physicians who treat stroke patients."
    Michael J. Schrift, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

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    Product details

    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: September 2012
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107407428
    • length: 484 pages
    • dimensions: 244 x 170 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.77kg
    • availability: Manufactured on demand: supplied direct from the printer
  • Table of Contents

    1. Recent trends in the epidemiology of stroke
    2. Historical perspective
    3. Brain organization and cerebral basis of emotion
    4. Vascular anatomy and classification of stroke
    5. Diagnosis of depression
    6. Prevalence of depressive disorders
    7. Phenomenology and specificity of depressive disorders
    8. Natural course of depression
    9. Delayed-onset depression (proofed)
    10. Relationship to lesion location
    11. Relationship of depression to cerebral dominance and structural asymmetries
    12. Relationship of depression to bilateral hemisphere brain injury
    13. Relationship of depression to physical impairment
    14. Relationship to cognitive impairment and treatment
    15. Relationship of aphasia to depression
    16. Relationship of depression to social functioning
    17. Relationship to premorbid risk factors
    18. Mortality and treatment
    19. Suicidal thoughts and plans
    20. Biological markers
    21. Mechanisms of poststroke depression
    22. Treatment of poststroke depression
    23. Prevention of poststroke depression
    24. Prevalence and clinical symptoms
    25. Clinical and lesion correlates of poststroke mania
    26. Bipolar disorder following stroke
    27. Mechanism of mania following stroke
    28. Treatment of mania following stroke
    29. Prevalence and specificity of clinical symptoms
    30. Clinical and lesion correlates
    31. Longitudinal course
    32. Relationship of anxiety to outcome
    33. Mechanism and treatment of poststroke anxiety disorder
    34. Psychosis
    35. Anosognosia and denial of illness
    36. Catastrophic reaction
    37. Apathy
    38. Disturbance of prosody
    39. Irritability and aggression
    40. Pathological laughing and crying
    41. Summary and future directions.

  • Author

    Robert G. Robinson, College of Medicine, University of Iowa

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