Psychiatric and Physical Comorbidity in Schizophrenia, An Issue of Psychiatric ClinicsBy
- Michael Hwang, MD
- Henry Nasrallah, MDMD, Professor of Psychiatry & Neuroscience University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, USA
This issue is divided into two sections. The topics are Section 1 is on schizophrenia with psychiatric comorbidities: Management of Depression in Schizophrenia, Mangement of Schizophrenia with Comorbid Anxiety Disorders (OCD & Social Anxiety), Schizophrenia with Impulsive and Aggressive Behaviors, Management of Schizophrenia with Suicide Risks, Management of schizophrenia with eating disorders, Schizophrenia with Substance Abuse disorders. Section 2 is on Management of Schizophrenia with Physical Comorbidities: Management of Schizophrenia with Obesity, Metabolic, and Endocrinological disorders, Schizophrenia with Medical disorders (Cardiovascular, Pulmonary and Gastrointestinal), Schizophrenia with Auto-immune disorders, Schizophrenia with Neurological and Movement disorders, Treatment issues in Schizophrenia with Comorbid disorders.
The Clinics: Internal Medicine
Published: January 2010