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As a supplement to The American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, the Study Guide provides readers the opportunity to evaluate and enhance their knowledge of consultation-liaison psychiatry. Bringing both academic and clinical expertise, the authors have compiled a useful, clinically focused guide.
The Study Guide to The American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry is organized into 44 concise chapters allowing the reader to easily pinpoint topics of particular interest or clinical relevance. Each chapter provides questions and answers pertinent to the topic as well as corresponding reference pages in the Textbook.
The Study Guide includes questions that test readers knowledge of C-L psychiatry, mental status examinations and diagnosis, guidelines for neuropsychological and psychological assessment, specific psychiatric disorders in general hospital patients, symptoms of other medical problems, and various treatment options.
This reference aids psychiatrists in studying for subspecialties of the General Psychiatry Board Examinations, state licensing examinations, and national certifying examinations. It is as invaluable tool for assessing and strengthening knowledge about the practice of psychiatry in patients with other medical illness.
This comprehensive resource will be of particular interest to medical students, residents, and other physicians-in-training during clinical C-L psychiatry rotations. For the established practitioner, it is an essential resource for continued medical education and clinical practice.
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|Section I||General Principles|
|1||History of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry||3|
|2||The Process of Consultation and Organization of a Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Service||7|
|3||Economic Issues in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry||11|
|5||Basic Science of Neuroimaging and Potential Applications for Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry||19|
|6||Mental Status Examination and Diagnosis||23|
|7||Neuropsychological and Psychological Assessment||29|
|8||Behavioral Responses to Illness: Personality and Personality Disorders||35|
|10||Aggression and Agitation||45|
|11||Legal and Ethical Issues||49|
|12||Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Research||53|
|13||International Perspectives on Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry||57|
|Section II||Psychiatric Disorders in General Hospital Patients|
|14||Delirium (Confusional States)||63|
|18||Somatization and Somatoform Disorders||83|
|19||Anxiety and Panic||87|
|21||Sexual Disorders and Dysfunctions||99|
|24||Factitious Disorders and Malingering||113|
|Section III||Clinical Consultation-Liaison Settings|
|25||Internal Medicine and Medical Subspecialties||119|
|26||Surgery and Surgical Subspecialties||127|
|29||Neurology and Neurosurgery||141|
|30||Obstetrics and Gynecology||147|
|32||Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation||155|
|33||Intensive Care Units||161|
|34||Psychiatric Issues in the Care of Dying Patients||167|
|38||The Emergency Department||187|
|39||The Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist in the Primary Care Clinic||193|
|41||Chronic Pain: Neuropsychopharmacology and Adjunctive Psychiatric Treatment||209|
|42||Electroconvulsive Therapy: An Overview||215|