Capitalizing on Dr Stahl's greatest strength – the ability to address complex issues in an understandable way and with direct relevance to the everyday experience of clinicians – this book is about living through the treatments that work, the treatments that fail, and the mistakes made along the journey.Table of Contents 1. The man whose antidepressants stopped working2. The son who would not take a shower3. The man who kept hitting his wife over the head with a frying pan4. The son who could not go to bed5. The sleepy woman with anxiety6. The woman who felt numb7. The case of physician do not heal thyself8. The son whose parents were desperate to have him avoid Kraepelin9. The soldier who thinks he is a 'slacker' broken beyond all repair after 3 deployments to Iraq10. The young man everybody was afraid to treat11. The young woman whose doctors could not decide whether she has schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or both12. The scary man with only partial symptom control on clozapine13. The 8 year old girl who was naughty14. The scatter-brained mother whose daughter has ADHD, like mother, like daughter15. The doctor who couldn't keep up with his patients16. The computer analyst who thought the government would choke him to death17. The severely depressed man with a life insurance policy soon to lose its suicide exemption18. The anxious woman who was more afraid of her anxiety medications than of anything else19. The psychotic woman with delusions that no medication could fix20. The breast cancer survivor who couldn't remember how to cook21. The woman who has always been out of control22. The young man with depression and alcohol abuse - like father, like son, like grandfather, like father, like great grandfather, like grandfather23. The woman with psychotic depression responsive to her own TMS machine24. The boy getting kicked out of his classroom25. The young man whose dyskinesia was prompt and not tardive26. The patient whose daughter wouldn't give up27. The psychotic arsonist who burned his house and tried to burn himself28. The woman with depression whose Parkinson's Disease vanished29. The depressed man who thought he was out of options30. The woman who was either manic or fat31. The girl who couldn't find a doctor32. The man who wondered if once a bipolar always a bipolar?33. Suck it up, soldier, and quit whining34. The young man who is failing to launch35. The young cancer survivor with panic36. The man whose antipsychotic almost killed him37. The painful man who soaked up his opiates like a sponge38. The woman with an ever fluctuating mood39. The psychotic sex offender with grandiosity and mania40. The elderly man with schizophrenia and Alzheimer's DiseaseIndex.
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Titolo: Case Studies : Stahl' s Essential Psychopharmacology
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile