Psychiatric Manifestations of Neurotoxins, An Issue of Psychiatric Clinics
Personality disorders, depression, mania, psychosis, behavioral problems, anxiety disorder, attention deficit disorder, dementia, hyperactivity, insomnia, panic disorder, suicide, sleep disorder, all the purview of psychiatrity, can be the result of neurotoxicity from chemicals capable of damaging the brain or nervous system. The ambiguity of such outcomes is acknowledged, at the same time emphasizing the value in considering the effects of chemicals on the brain. In this issue of Psychiatric Clinics, some of the topics related to neurotoxicity outcomes are: Review of Cognitive Assessment in Neurotoxicology; Neurologic Manifestations of Chronic Methamphetamine Abuse; Emerging Toxic Neuropathies and Myopathies; Neurotoxic Emergencies; Antidepressant Overdose-induced Seizures; and Neurotoxic Pesticides and Neurologic Effects.
|Author Information||By Michael R. Dobbs, MD, MHCM, Vice Dean of Clinical Affairs, Professor and Chair of Neurology, Department of Neurology, UT Health RGV Chief Medical Officer, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine, Edinburg, Texas and Daniel E. Rusyniak, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine|
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