3 edition of Neurological evaluation of the psychogenic patient found in the catalog.
Neurological evaluation of the psychogenic patient
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editors, W. Lynn Smith, Michael H. Hitchcock, Lavar Best.|
|Contributions||Smith, W. Lynn 1922-, Hitchcock, Michael H., Best, Lavar.|
|LC Classifications||RC49 .N48 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||81008570|
In , she published the book: Psychogenic non- epileptic Seizures: A Guide which was later translated and published in Japanese and Spanish. Christos Lambrakis, M.D. Dr. Lambrakis is the Associate Director of the Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group and . Based on national surveys of clinicians who treat PNES in the United States, Chile, and the United Kingdom, the current standard medical care (or treatment as usual) for PNES could be described as a neurologist sharing the diagnosis of PNES with the patient, and family if present, while continuing to follow the patient, tapering the AED in lone Cited by:
Effectively managing psychiatric problems in the context of neurologic diseases is a complex and challenging task. Although a number of reference textbooks address such management strategies in extensive detail, the scope and depth of such texts is often beyond the immediate patient-related need for information of practicing by: Psychogenic nonepileptic seizure (PNES) is one of the most common clinical conditions in which the diagnostic complexity is experienced. Misdiagnosis leads to many years of wrong treatment regimens, side effects of drugs, additional financial burdens and adverse effects on social life. Differential diagnosis with epileptic seizures (ES) is one of the most common problems in Author: Cicek Hocaoglu.
Who gets the results of my evaluation? Your neuropsychological evaluation results are written into a confidential report. Typically, the only people who can read the report are you (the patient) and the provider who made the referral (i.e., physician, rehabilitation specialist, or lawyer).File Size: KB. Background Psychogenic movement disorders are disorders of movements that cannot be explained by a known neurological disorder and are assumed to be associated with psychiatric symptoms such as depression and anxiety. Objective To examine the neuropsychological profile of patients with psychogenic movement disorders. Methods We Cited by:
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Neurological evaluation of the psychogenic patient. New York: SP Medical & Scientific Books, © (OCoLC) Online version: Neurological evaluation of the psychogenic patient. New York: SP Medical & Scientific Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W Lynn Smith; Michael H Hitchcock; Lavar Best.
Neurological evaluation of the psychogenic patient book Objective. Functional neurological disorders (FND s) and psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) are likely as common in Sub‐Saharan Africa (SSA) as in the rest of the world, but there is a dearth of literature on the epidemiology and clinical presentation of these disorders in purpose of this paper is to describe a case series of FND s presenting to a Cited by: 3.
A GUIDE TO NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION unilateral, or more circumscript spots such as in a psychogenic headache. Factors that may aggravate the pain should be identified such as posture, straining, sneezing, coughing, may sometimes prompt early evaluation.
Sometimes it is a child from out of state that visitsFile Size: 1MB. Key words: functional/psychogenic neurological symptom, headache attributed to somatization disorder, con version disorder (Headache ;).
In book: Little Black Book of Neuropsychology, Chapter: Neuropsychological assessment of patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures, Publisher: Springer, Editors:. Neurological Differential Diagnosis book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The majority of doctors are ill at ease when confronted by a patient with a neurological problem. Candidates for qualifying examinations and higher diplomas dread that they will be allocated a neurological 'Iong case'. This is a serious /5.
Getting a good history is key in neurology, but often challenging given patient factors and the hospital environment. It is the experience of the authors that many times an initial evaluation ensues that is primarily focused on “ruling out” vascular or epileptic etiologies.
Another indication of unilateral psychogenic leg weakness is Hoover sign. Normally, when someone attempts to raise a genuinely paretic leg, the other leg presses down. The examiner can feel the downward force at the patient’s normal heel and can use the straightened leg, as a lever, to raise the entire leg and lower body.
Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full by: 2. Psychogenic movement disorders (PMD) include a group of neurological symptoms which cannot be explained by any organic syndrome. The diagnosis of PMD is challenging for both neurologist and psychiatrist.
Electrophysiological examination is a useful tool to evaluate and support a diagnosis by: 2. Psychogenic, psychosomatic, and somatization all describe an exclusively psychological etiology. Functional describes in the broadest possible sense a problem due to a change in function (of the nervous system) rather than structure.
This has the advantage of sidestepping the problems of etiology but can be criticized for being too broad a term. The book covers a broad spectrum of neurological emergencies.
Each chapter includes both an in-depth discussion of the topic and a streamlined emergency department approach. Comprehensive differential diagnoses are included along with relevant easy to review graphs, figures, and : David W Wright.
Publication – Neurological Disorders Menalled L, Brunner D. Animal Models of Huntington’s Disease for Translation to the Clinic: Best Practices. Movement Disorders. 29(11): Menalled L, Kudwa A, Oakeshott S, Farrar A, Paterson N, Filippov I, Miller S, Kwan M, Olsen M, Beltran J, Torello J, Fitzpatrick J, Mushlin R, Cox K, McConnell K, Mazzella M, He D, Osborne.
If the patient does not respond as expected to treatment for neurosarcoidosis, the diagnosis should be questioned and a more extensive diagnostic evaluation pursued.
If a patient without documented sarcoidosis develops an illness compatible with neurosarcoidosis, the patient should be evaluated for multisystem inflammation. Functional or psychogenic neurological disorders are conditions with neurological symptoms that are thought to be due to psychological dysfunction rather than an underlying neurological disorder.
They can be classified as malingering if. Functional Neurological Disorder rare disease report. General Discussion. Functional neurological disorder (FND) is a medical condition in which there is a problem with the functioning of the nervous system and how the brain and body sends and/or receives signals, rather than a structural disease process such as multiple sclerosis or stroke.
A neurological disorder is any disorder of the nervous ural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities in the brain, spinal cord or other nerves can result in a range of es of symptoms include paralysis, muscle weakness, poor coordination, loss of sensation, seizures, confusion, pain and altered levels of are many Specialty: Neurology.
Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures: Toward the Integration of Care offers new insights into the practical diagnostic and treatment challenges faced by clinicians who manage this condition.
This book covers the different stages of care, from the initial evaluation to long-term outcomes, and highlights the need to work collaboratively to provide Price: $ The case-by-case evaluation approach suggested by these authors introduces hazards of minimizing attention to evaluating relevant psychopathology in the patient prior to discharge from an epilepsy monitoring unit and undermines the capacity for an adequate understanding by both the patient and staff that is needed to inform appropriate Cited by: 4.
Patient with myasthenia gravis who is reporting increased muscle weakness b. Patient with a bilateral headache described as "like a band around my head" c. Patient with seizures who is scheduled to receive a dose of phenytoin (Dilantin) d. Patient with Parkinson's disease who has developed cogwheel rigidity of the arms.
The evaluation of patients with presumed psychogenic neurological symptoms presents a great challenge to the skills of any physician. Because diseases affecting the nervous system can manifest in a multitude of ways, differentiation of true organic from functional neurological manifestations can, at times, be extremely : Savvas Hadjikoutis.Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) are attacks that mimic epileptic seizures, but are not caused by abnormal electrical discharges in the brain.
Instead, PNES are typically considered involuntary expressions of distress, making diagnosis and treatment a challenge.
Historically, patients are referred to neurologists who, after completing a diagnostic work up, refer patients .A neurological assessment focuses on the nervous system to assess and identify any abnormalities that affect function and activities of daily living.
It should allow us to create individual, patient-centred goals and ultimately a tailor-made treatment plan based on the client's needs. Database History of Present Condition.
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