9780781796279

Psychogenic Movement Disorders Neurology and Neuropsychiatry

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    9780781796279

  • ISBN10:

    078179627X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-09-21
  • Publisher: LWW

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Summary

This groundbreaking volume is the first text devoted to psychogenic movement disorders. Co-published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins and the American Academy of Neurology, the book contains the highlights of an international, multidisciplinary conference on these disorders and features contributions from leading neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, physiatrists, and basic scientists. Major sections discuss the phenomenology of psychogenic movement disorders from both the neurologist's and the psychiatrist's viewpoint. Subsequent sections examine recent findings on pathophysiology and describe current diagnostic techniques and therapies. Also included are abstracts of 16 seminal free communications presented at the conference.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Contributors ix
SECTION I: HISTORY
1(32)
Charcot and Psychogenic Movement Disorders
3(11)
Christopher G. Goetz
Freud and Psychogenic Movement Disorders
14(6)
W. Craig Tomlinson
Military and Mass Hysteria
20(4)
Ian P. Palmer
The History of Psychogenic Movement Disorders
24(9)
Stanley Fahn
SECTION II: PHENOMENOLOGY: NEUROLOGY
33(80)
General Overview of Psychogenic Movement Disorders: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Prognosis
35(7)
Anthony E. Lang
Psychogenic Tremor and Shaking
42(6)
Joseph Jankovic
Madhavi Thomas
The Phenomenology of Startle, Latah, and Related Conditions
48(5)
Philip D. Thompson
Psychogenic Dystonia and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
53(9)
Anette Schrag
Psychogenic Parkinsonism
62(7)
John C. Morgan
Kapil D. Sethi
Psychogenic Gait: An Example of Deceptive Signaling
69(7)
John G. Morris
Gregory Mark de Moore
Marie Herberstein
Paroxysmal Psychogenic Movement Disorders
76(6)
Marie Vidailhet
Frederic Bourdain
Philippe Nuss
Jean-Marc Trocello
Treatment and Outcome of Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures
82(6)
Ronald P. Lesser
Functional Paralysis and Sensory Disturbance
88(25)
Jon Stone
Michael Sharpe
SECTION III: PHENOMENOLOGY: PSYCHIATRY
113(74)
An Overview of the Psychiatric Approach to Conversion Disorder
115(7)
Fred Ovsiew
The Role of Personality in Psychogenic Movement Disorders
122(9)
C. Robert Cloninger
Dissociation and Conversion in Psychogenic Illness
131(13)
Richard J. Brown
Anxiety Disorders and Abnormal Movements: A Darkly Interface
144(4)
Randolph B. Schiffer
Depression
148(6)
Valerie Voon
Mark Hallett
Malingering/Munchausen: Factitious and Somatoform Disorders in Neurology and Clinical Medicine
154(9)
Hans-Peter Kapfhammer
Hans-Bernd Rothenhausler
Treatment of Hypochondriasis and Psychogenic Movement Disorders: Focus on Cognitive--Behavior Therapy
163(17)
John R. Walker
Patricia Furer
Somatization Disorder: Briquet's Hysteria
180(7)
Michael Trimble
SECTION IV: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
187(52)
Voluntary and Involuntary Movements in Humans
189(7)
Mark Hallett
The Neurophysiology of Voluntary Movement in Nonhuman Primates: Accumulator Models of Decision and Action in Relation to Psychogenic Movement Disorders
196(16)
Steven P. Wise
Jerald D. Kralik
Consciousness
212(10)
Adam Zeman
The Cognitive Executive Is Implicated in the Maintenance of Psychogenic Movement Disorders
222(8)
Sean A. Spence
Neuroimaging of Hysteria
230(9)
Gereon R. Fink
Peter W. Halligan
John C. Marshall
SECTION V: DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES
239(48)
Hypnosis and Psychogenic Movement Disorders
241(8)
John J. Barry
The Sodium Amytal and Benzodiazepine Interview and Its Possible Application in Psychogenic Movement Disorders
249(7)
Susanne A. Schneider
Kailash P. Bhatia
The Role of Anesthesia in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychogenic Movement Disorders
256(6)
Stanley Fahn
Clinical Neurophysiology of Myoclonus
262(3)
Peter Brown
The Diagnosis and Physiology of Psychogenic Tremor
265(9)
Gunther Deuschl
Jan Raethjen
Florian Kopper
R.B. Govindan
Natural History of Psychogenic Movement Disorders
274(13)
Daniel T. Williams
Blair Ford
Stanley Fahn
Marc Williams
SECTION VI: TREATMENT
287(42)
Treatment of Conversion Disorder
289(13)
P. Rosebush
Michael F. Mazurek
Treatment of Psychogenic Movement Disorder: Psychotropic Medications
302(9)
Valerie Voon
Rehabilitation in Patients with Psychogenic Movement Disorders
311(8)
Christopher Bass
Psychogenic Injuries and the Law
319(4)
Michael I. Weintraub
Therapeutic Approaches to Psychogenic Movement Disorders
323(6)
Joseph Jankovic
C. Robert Cloninger
Stanley Fahn
Mark Hallett
Anthony E. Lang
Daniel T. Williams
Abstract 329(20)
Index 349

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