Psychiatric Issues in Parkinson's Disease: A Practical Guide

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-11-29
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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A practical guide to the management of various clinical issues seen in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD), this text emphasizes the need for coordinated care between the various professionals, as well as between professionals and caregivers. Providing an update on current developments in the neurology and management of PD, as well as the understanding and treatment of non-motor aspects of PD, the book also includes a variety of topics such as depression, psychosis, and anxietyShort Contents

Table of Contents

Pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatmentp. 1
An update on the medical managementp. 19
Management of advanced-stage diseasep. 35
Non-motor somatic symptomsp. 49
Cognitive impairmentp. 63
Dementiap. 77
Dementia secondary to Parkinson's disease versus dementia with Lewy bodiesp. 97
Depressionp. 119
Anxietyp. 139
Psychosisp. 155
Sleepp. 175
Behavioral disturbancesp. 193
Disabilityp. 219
Copingp. 235
Personality issuesp. 249
Rehabilitationp. 257
Long-term care and nursing home issuesp. 277
Advocacy and the Parkinson's disease community : a true triumph of the spiritp. 297
Caregivingp. 305
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