This book can help students and clinicians become familiar with the symptoms that make up each DSM-IV-TR diagnosis. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) . 27 Mar DSM‐IV‐TR case studies: a clinical guide to differential diagnosis. Angela Harte. Melbourne, Australia. Search for more papers by this author. DSM-IV-TR case studies [print]: a clinical guide to differential diagnosis. Responsibility: Allen Frances, Ruth Ross. Imprint: Washington, DC: American.
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The discussion of differential diagnosis is thorough, thoughtful, and, at times, sensitive to cultural, gender, medical, and psychodynamic influences.
A patient with the same psychiatric condition is likely to have different presentations in the office of a psychiatrist versus that of a family physician, pediatrician, gynecologist, internist, or neurologist.
Medical students and other nonmedical mental health professionals may also benefit from this reference. Clinical pearls are scattered throughout this text.
Cultural, ethnic, and religious diversity in manifesting symptoms of psychiatric illness is seldom reflected in the selection of case histories. American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. The use of the therapeutic relationship as a diagnostic tool is hinted at on several occasions.
Support Center Support Center. Helpful diagnostic algorithms are often suggested. Private Practice, Greenville, South Carolina. In spite of some reservations, I would recommend this text to psychiatrists-in-training, primary care physicians, and other specialists who may see patients with psychiatric ailments. Although the diagnostic manual is designed to be useful in all of these settings, differences in manifestation of psychopathology are not accounted for.
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Reviewed by Vladimir MaleticM. Patient histories, at their best, are infused with dsm-iv-tr case studies a clinical guide to differential diagnosis details—evocative, poignant, and reflective of rich clinical experience.
Some of the diagnostic modifiers of depressive disorders and posttraumatic stress disorder, specifying the chronicity, may be more reflective of the treatment outcome rather than the nature of the condition. I believe that DSM-IV-TR Case Studies will intrigue and educate novices to the field and provide experienced clinicians with a helpful refresher text and, possibly, a bit of nostalgia. I do not believe it is fair to assign the responsibility for these relative shortcomings to the authors of the text, because, for the most part, they gide the limitations of the DSM writ large.
Complex comorbidities, including medical illness, drug interactions, or side effects, are rarely present. All of the patients are examined xase a psychiatric setting. DSM-IV-TR Case Studiesas well as the diagnostic manual it is based on, may be viewed as a culmination of an effort to codify the great diversity of human emotional, cognitive, and behavioral problems and classify them into clear-cut phenomenological categories.
The chapter on medication-induced movement disorders is very timely and necessary. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Readers with more scholarly aspirations can find some interesting discussions, such as diagnosing schizophrenic versus schizoaffective versus bipolar disorder and making distinctions between obsessive-compulsive disorder and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.