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Computed tomography in psychiatric patients
In a retrospective study of 100 consecutive adult psychiatric patients referred for computed tomography (CT) for suspected intracranial lesions, abnormalities were found in 61%. Of these, 23% had focal lesions significantly ...
Self-induced water intoxication : a case report
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1988)
A 19-year-old female schizophrenic with self-induced water intoxication is described. Factors of pathogenic significance included primary polydipsia and non-maximal urinary diluting capacity.
Psychosocial stress factors and the prevention of depressive illness in the elderly
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1981)
An intensive investigation was launched to determine the relationship between psychosocial factors and depressive illness in the elderly. A group of known psychiatric patients with a history of depressive illness was ...