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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 241 from The primary care companion for CNS disorders

Positive Response of Compulsive Sexual Behavior to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.

Neuropsychiatric Complications of Immunosuppressants: A Case Report of Tacrolimus-Induced Catatonia in a Liver Transplant Recipient.

Bupropion-Induced Spontaneous Ejaculations.

QT Wave Dispersion in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder.

A limited number of studies have investigated QT wave dispersion (QTd) in depressive disorder. The objective of this study was to investigate whether QTd differed in patients diagnosed with depression compared to a control group and whether the difference correlated with the depression and anxiety scores.

Schizophrenia With Decompensation on Clozapine With Pramipexole.

Pimavanserin: A 2019 Clarification on the FDA Update.

Effectiveness of Pharmacologic Interventions in the Management of Weight Gain in Patients With Severe Mental Illness: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

To collate and analyze randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that evaluated pharmacologic interventions to reduce weight gain in patients with severe mental illness (SMI).

Schizoaffective Exacerbation in a Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Patient Maintained on Clozapine.

A Case of Delayed-Recovery Lithium-Induced Photophobia and Eye Irritation in a Patient With Bipolar I Disorder.

Recurrent Use of Implantable Buprenorphine.

Attitudes Toward Depression in Arab-American Muslims: A Pilot Study.

Religion is said to play a strong role in the attitude toward health and disease in Arab and Muslim countries. To what extent this is also true of Arabs and Muslims living in the United States is unknown. The objective of this pilot study was to determine the influence of religious beliefs on the attitudes of Arab-American Muslims toward mental illness, especially depression.

Hypertensive Urgency and Emergency in Alcohol Withdrawal: A Literature Review.

To help clinicians recognize that hypertension, hypertensive urgency, and hypertensive emergency can arise in patients detoxifying from alcohol. Diagnostic and treatment implications are reviewed to help clinicians manage blood pressure in these situations.

Gynecomastia Associated With Citalopram.

Recurrence of Serotonin Toxicity and Influence of Cytochrome 2D6 Polymorphism.

Variant Stiff Person Syndrome or Multiple Sclerosis?

Levetiracetam-Through a Psychiatric Prism.

Disparities and Variables Associated With Physical Restraint for Acute Agitation in a Nonpsychiatric Emergency Department.

To determine associations between the rate of physical restraint and demographic variables such as body mass index (BMI), ethnicity, sex, and age in the emergency department (ED) along with clinical variables such as various psychiatric diagnoses and medications.

Are Patients With Alcohol-Related Seizures a Specific Subgroup?

Alcohol-related seizures are acute symptomatic seizures most frequently associated with alcohol withdrawal. However, little is known about the phenotypic characteristics of patients with alcohol-related seizures. This study evaluated the clinical features and personality traits of alcohol use disorder patients with alcohol-related seizures.

Clinical Lycanthropy (lycomania) in Neuropsychiatric Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

No MMSE for You! A Case of an "Uncooperative" Patient With Early-Onset Dementia.

The Banner Alzheimer's Institute Case Conference is a weekly event in which physicians and staff discuss challenging and/or teaching cases of patients seen at the Institute's Stead Family Memory Clinic. These conferences are attended by a multidisciplinary group that includes Banner Alzheimer's Institute dementia specialists, community physicians (internal medicine, family medicine, and radiology), physician assistants, social workers, nurses, medical students, residents, and fellows. The Banner Alzheimer's...

A Cross-Sectional Study of Serum Folate and Vitamin B12 Levels in Psychiatric Inpatients.

To assess the pattern of serum folate and vitamin B₁₂ levels in psychiatric inpatients compared with nonpsychiatric controls.

Lithium Treatment in a Severely Depressed Child At Risk for Bipolar Disorder.

Bupropion-Induced Nightmares Treated With Clonidine.

An Open Trial of Behavioral Activation in Veterans With Major Depressive Disorder or Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Primary Care.

Integrated behavioral health programs provide brief evaluations and interventions to patients with psychiatric symptoms in primary care. These programs seek to decrease stigma and improve access to mental health services. Several psychotherapeutic interventions are available to providers, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. One treatment with particular promise is behavioral activation treatment for depression (BATD) due to its potential clinical efficacy, transdiagnostic potential, and ease of diss...

A Self-Compassion Group Intervention for Patients Living With Chronic Medical Illness: Treatment Development and Feasibility Study.

Self-compassion is a psychological skill associated with good mental health and adjustment to illness in the second half of life, but to date, few self-compassion-based interventions have been developed specifically for use in midlife and older adult cohorts. The purpose of this study was to develop and test the feasibility of a 4-week group self-compassion-based intervention designed to improve self-report and biological markers of well-being in midlife and older adult patients living with chronic illness.


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