The first comprehensive and systematic review of current research evidence on the prevalence of physical diseases in people with schizophrenia, a disorder afflicting approximately 1% of the global population, and a group with mortality rates twice as high as the general population.Table of Contents Foreword1. Introduction2. Method3. Results3.1 Bacterial infections and mycoses3.2 Virus diseases3.3 Parasitic Diseases3.4 Neoplasms3.5 Musculoskeletal diseases3.6 Digestive system diseases3.7 Stomatognathic diseases3.8 Respiratory tract diseases3.9 Otorhinolaryngologic diseases3.10 Diseases of the nervous system3.11 Eye diseases3.12 Urologic and male genital diseases3.13 Female genital diseases and pregnancy complications3.14 Cardiovascular diseases3.15 Hemic and lymphatic diseases 3.16 Congenital, hereditary, and neonatal diseases and abnormalities3.17 Skin and connective tissue diseases3.18 Nutritional and metabolic diseases3.19 Endocrine diseases3.20 Immune system diseases3.21 Disorders of the environmental origin3.22 Animal diseases3.23 Pathologic conditions, signs and symptoms4. Discussion 5. Summary.
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Titolo: Physical Illness and Schizophrenia - A Review of the Evidence
Autori: Leucht - Burkard - Henderson - Maj - Sartorius
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Edizione: I 2007
Finitura: Copertina flessibile