Comorbid Sleep and Psychiatric Disorders

A Clinical Casebook

Thomas D. Hurwitz (Hrsg.), Imran S. Khawaja (Hrsg.)

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Klinische Fächer

Beschreibung

This book examines 23 case examples of the most common comorbid presentations of sleep and psychiatric disturbances from a reader-friendly, digestible approach.  Most chapters are written and edited by the rare experts certified in both sleep and psychiatry.  Every case details the clinical history, examination, results, diagnosis, clinical pearls and suggested reading, making the book both highly clinical and direct.  Most chapters include tables for easy reference and special considerations that are often neglected in other sleep psychiatry texts.  The text is easy-to-use on an as-needed basis, or as a standalone guide to these issues.

 

Written by multidisciplinary experts in the field, Comorbid Sleep Psychiatry is a valuable resource for busy psychiatrists, sleep physicians, primary care doctors, psychologists, and all clinicians working with patients who may suffer from sleep and/or psychiatric disturbances.

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