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The Neuropsychiatry of Headache

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Kathleen Mullin, Dawn C. Buse, C. Mark Sollars, Richard B. Lipton, Mark W. Green, Robert G. Kaniecki, Mallika Lavakumar, Philip R. Muskin, Peter A. Shapiro, Justin M. Nash, Rabin Chandran, Lucy Rathier, Carolyn B. Britton, Margaret E. M. Haglund, Eric D. Collins, Sander Markx, Rob Cowan, Nomita Sonty, Elizabeth Haase, Maurice Preter, Samuel Lieblich, Filza Hussain
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  • Date Published: April 2013
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107026209

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  • Whilst the vast majority of headaches are minor ailments, some patients develop chronic symptoms that have psychiatric dimensions. These symptoms can be immensely challenging to manage and can have a serious impact on the patient's quality of life. The relationship between headache and psychiatric disease is often rationalized as cause and effect; however, the interplay between the two is complex. Management of each of the co-morbid disorders affects the other one in positive and/or negative ways. The Neuropsychiatry of Headache details the current concepts of various headache conditions and the psychiatric syndromes; topics covered include migraine, mood disorders, medication overuse and personality disorders. Headache specialists, neurologists, psychiatrists, neuropsychiatrists and neuropsychologists will find this an invaluable resource for understanding and co-managing these conditions.

    • Includes current concepts of headache diagnosis and management
    • Examines psychiatric co-morbidities of various types of headache and how to co-manage them
    • The only book of its kind
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    • Date Published: April 2013
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107026209
    • length: 176 pages
    • dimensions: 252 x 192 x 13 mm
    • weight: 0.57kg
    • contains: 17 b/w illus. 6 colour illus. 22 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. Epidemiology of the psychiatric co-morbidities of headache Kathleen Mullin, Dawn C. Buse, C. Mark Sollars and Richard B. Lipton
    2. Migraine Mark W. Green
    3. Tension-type headache Robert G. Kaniecki
    4. Mood disorder and headache Mallika Lavakumar, Philip R. Muskin and Peter A. Shapiro
    5. Anxiety disorders and primary headache Justin M. Nash, Rabin Chandran and Lucy Rathier
    6. Stress and headache Carolyn B. Britton
    7. Drug dependence in headache patients Margaret E. M. Haglund and Eric D. Collins
    8. The neuropsychiatry of psychosis and headache Sander Markx
    9. Chronic daily headache Rob Cowan
    10. Stress management Nomita Sonty
    11. Working with personality and personality disorders in the headache patient Elizabeth Haase
    12. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approaches to headache Maurice Preter and Samuel Lieblich
    13. Somatoform disorders and headache Filza Hussain, Peter A. Shapiro and Philip R. Muskin
    Index.

  • Editors

    Mark W. Green, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
    Mark W. Green is Professor of Neurology, Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, and Director of Headache and Pain Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA.

    Philip R. Muskin, Columbia University Presbyterian Hospital, New York
    Philip R. Muskin is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chief of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry at the Columbia University Medical Center of the New York Presbyterian Hospital, and a faculty member of the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Center for Research and Training, New York, USA.

    Contributors

    Kathleen Mullin, Dawn C. Buse, C. Mark Sollars, Richard B. Lipton, Mark W. Green, Robert G. Kaniecki, Mallika Lavakumar, Philip R. Muskin, Peter A. Shapiro, Justin M. Nash, Rabin Chandran, Lucy Rathier, Carolyn B. Britton, Margaret E. M. Haglund, Eric D. Collins, Sander Markx, Rob Cowan, Nomita Sonty, Elizabeth Haase, Maurice Preter, Samuel Lieblich, Filza Hussain

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