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The Little Black Book of Psychiatry / Edition 3

The Little Black Book of Psychiatry / Edition 3

by David P. Moore
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Thoroughly updated, the third edition of this pocket-sized handbook provides concise, evidence-based information on assessing and managing psychiatric problems. The Little Black Book of Psychiatry presents a comprehensive overview of psychiatric disorders, with data regarding epidemiology, symptomatology, laboratory data, course, complications, etiology, differential diagnosis, and treatment. This manual will help mental health professionals manage their patients and students and residents to hone the basic skills of psychiatric practice that they can build on in the years to come.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780763734589
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Publication date: 11/15/2005
Series: Jones and Bartlett's Little Black Book
Edition description: 3E
Pages: 404
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, Kentucky

Table of Contents


Medical Abbreviations.

Journal Abbreviations.

Page Format.

1. Diagnostic Evaluation.

1.1 The diagnostic interview and evaluation.

1.2 Format for reporting the psychiatric evaluation.

1.3 Common psychiatric symptoms and signs.

2. Early Onset Disorders.

2.1 Mental retardation.

2.2 Reading disorder (developmental dyslexia).

2.3 Mathematics disorder (developmental dyscalculia).

2.4 Disorder of written expression (developmental dysgraphia).

2.5 Developmental coordination disorder (developmental clumsiness, clumsy child syndrome).

2.6 Expressive language disorder (developmental expressive aphasia).

2.7 Mixed receptive-expressive language disorder (developmental sensory aphasia).

2.8 Phonologic disorder (developmental articulation disorder, developmental dysarticulation).

2.9 Stuttering.

2.10 Autism (autistic disorder).

2.11 Rett syndrome (Rett disorder).

2.12 Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

2.13 Conduct disorder.

2.14 Pica.

2.15 Rumination disorder.

2.16 Tourette's disorder (Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome).

2.17 Encopresis (functional encopresis).

2.18 Enuresis (not due to a general medical condition, functional enuresis).

2.19 Separation anxiety disorder.

2.20 Selective mutism (elective mutism).

2.21 Reactive attachment disorder of infancy or early childhood.

3. Delirium, Dementia, and Related Disorders.

3.1 Delirium.

3.2 Dementia.

3.3 Alzheimer's disease.

3.4 Multi-infarct dementia.

3.5 Lacunar dementia.

3.6 Binswanger's disease (subcortical arteriosclerotic encephalopathy).

3.7 AIDS dementia.

3.8 Dementia due to head trauma.

3.9 Parkinson's disease.

3.10 Diffuse Lewy body disease (Lewy body dementia, senile dementia of the Lewy body type, cortical Lewy body disease).

3.11 Huntington's disease (Huntington's chorea).

3.12 Pick's disease.

3.13 Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

3.14 Alcoholic dementia (alcohol-induced persisting dementia).

3.15 Inhalant-induced dementia.

3.16 Amnestic disorders.

3.17 Korsakoff's syndrome (when occurring secondary to Wernicke's encephalopathy, known as alcohol-induced persisting amnestic disorder).

3.18 Transient global amnesia.

3.19 Catatonia.

3.20 Personality change (due to a medical condition).

3.21 Frontal lobe syndrome.

3.22 Kluver-Bucy syndrome.

3.23 Interictal personality syndrome (Geschwind syndrome).

4. Substance-Related Disorders.

4.1 Alcoholism (alcohol dependence).

4.2 Blackouts.

4.3 Alcohol withdrawal syndrome.

4.4 Delirium tremens (alcohol withdrawal delirium).

4.5 Alcohol withdrawal seizures ("rum fits").

4.6 Wernicke's encephalopathy.

4.7 Stimulant (amphetamine, methamphetamine, dextroamphetamine)- and cocaine-related disorders.

4.8 Caffeine-related disorders.

4.9 Cannabis-related disorders.

4.10 Hallucinogen-related disorders.

4.11 Inhalant-related disorders.

4.12 Nicotine-related disorders.

4.13 Opioid-related disorders.

4.14 Phencyclidine-related disorders.

4.15 Sedative-, hypnotic-, or anxiolytic-related disorders.

5. Schizophrenia and Other Psychoses.

5.1 Schizophrenia.

5.2 Schizophreniform disorder.

5.3 Schizoaffective disorder.

5.4 Delusional disorder.

5.5 Brief psychotic disorder.

5.6 Postpartum psychosis ("puerperal psychosis").

5.7 Shared psychotic disorder (folie a deux).

5.8 Alcoholic paranoia (alcohol-induced psychotic disorder with delusions).

5.9 Alcohol hallucinosis (alcohol-induced psychotic disorder with hallucinations).

5.10 Secondary psychosis (psychotic disorders secondary to general medical conditions, substance-induced psychotic disorders).

6. Mood Disorders.

6.1 Major depressive disorder (unipolar depression).

6.2 Dysthymia.

6.3 Postpartum depression (major depression with postpartum onset).

6.4 Postpartum blues.

6.5 Premenstrual syndrome (premenstrual dysphoric disorder, late-luteal-phase disorder).

6.6 Bipolar disorder (manic-depressive illness, circular type).

6.7 Cyclothymia (cyclothymic disorder).

6.8 Secondary depression (mood disorder due to a general medical condition with depressive features).

6.9 Secondary mania (mood disorder secondary to a general medical condition with manic features).

7. Anxiety Disorders.

7.1 Panic disorder.

7.2 Agoraphobia (including agoraphobia without history of panic attacks and panic disorder with agoraphobia).

7.3 Specific phobia (simple phobia).

7.4 Social phobia.

7.5 Obsessive-compulsive disorder.

7.6 Posttraumatic stress disorder.

7.7 Generalized anxiety disorder.

7.8 Secondary anxiety (anxiety disorder due to a general medical condition).

8. Somatoform and Related Disorders.

8.1 Somatization disorder (Briquet's syndrome).

8.2 Conversion disorder.

8.3 Pain disorder.

8.4 Hypochondriasis.

8.5 Body dysmorphic disorder (dysmorphophobia).

8.6 Malingering and factitious illness.

9. Dissociative Disorders.

9.1 Dissociative amnesia.

9.2 Dissociative fugue.

9.3 Dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder).

9.4 Depersonalization disorder.

10. Sexual and Related Disorders.

10.1 Hypoactive sexual desire disorder.

10.2 Sexual aversion disorder.

10.3 Female sexual arousal disorder.

10.4 Male erectile disorder.

10.5 Female orgasmic disorder.

10.6 Male orgasmic disorder.

10.7 Premature ejaculation.

10.8 Dyspareunia (not due to a general medical condition).

10.9 Vaginismus.

10.10 Paraphilias.

10.11 Gender identity disorder (transsexualism).

11. Eating Disorders.

11.1 Anorexia nervosa.

11.2 Bulimia nervosa.

12. Sleep Disorders.

12.1 Primary insomnia (psychophysiologic insomnia and idiopathic insomnia).

12.2 Primary hypersomnia (idiopathic hypersomnia).

12.3 Kleine-Levin syndrome (recurrent form of primary hypersomnia).

12.4 Narcolepsy.

12.5 Sleep apnea (breathing-related sleep disorder).

12.6 Pickwickian syndrome (central alveolar hypoventilation syndrome).

12.7 Circadian sleep disorder.

12.8 Restless legs syndrome (Ekbom syndrome).

12.9 Nocturnal myoclonus (periodic limb movement disorder of sleep).

12.10 Nightmare disorder (incubus).

12.11 Sleep terror disorder (pavor nocturnus).

12.12 Sleepwalking disorder (somnambulism).

12.13 REM sleep behavior disorder.

12.14 Sleep paralysis (isolated sleep paralysis).

13. Impulse-Control Disorders Not Elsewhere Classified.

13.1 Intermittent explosive disorder.

13.2 Kleptomania.

13.3 Pyromania.

13.4 Pathologic gambling.

13.5 Trichotillomania.

14. Personality Disorders.

14.1 Paranoid personality disorder.

14.2 Schizoid personality disorder.

14.3 Schizotypal personality disorder.

14.4 Antisocial personality disorder.

14.5 Borderline personality disorder.

14.6 Histrionic personality disorder.

14.7 Narcissistic personality disorder.

14.8 Avoidant personality disorder.

14.9 Dependent personality disorder.

14.10 Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (compulsive personality disorder, anankastic personality disorder).

14.11 Passive-aggressive personality disorder.

15. Other Conditions.

15.1 Parkinsonism (including neuroleptic-induced parkinsonism).

15.2 Dystonia (including acute neuroleptic-induced dystonia).

15.3 Oculogyric crisis.

15.4 Akathisia.

15.5 Tremor (including medication-induced postural tremor).

15.6 Neuroleptic malignant syndrome.

15.7 Tardive dyskinesia.

15.8 Serotonin syndrome.

15.9 Postconcussion syndrome.

15.10 Adjustment disorders.

15.11 Bereavement.

15.12 Suicidal behavior.

15.13 Violent behavior.

16. Psychopharmacology and Electroconvulsive Treatment.

16.1 Psychopharmacology.

16.2 Electroconvulsive treatment.


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