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Articles from Clinical Psychiatry News (March 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Primary care psychiatry'. Gillette, Patrick Letter to the Editor 176
'The lobotomist'. Munoz, Rodrigo A. 1171
A question of values. Letter to the Editor 202
Abnormal brain anatomy found with ADHD: diffusion tensor imaging shows abnormalities in pathways between the frontal lobe, cerebellum. Johnson, Kate 430
Addressing depression in the workplace. Mahoney, Diana 1126
Alzheimer's drug linked to higher mortality. Johnson, Kate Brief Article 219
Anger common in disruptive physicians. Splete, Heidi 1397
Aripiprazole in bipolar mania. Leard-Hansson, Jan; Guttmacher, Laurence 697
Asian American gays surveyed. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 159
Atypicals in dual-diagnosis patients. Foley, Kevin Brief Article 136
Biphasics not good mix for menstrual migraines: low-dose, monophasic contraceptives seem to benefit migraine sufferers more. Melville, Nancy A. 695
Calcium channel antagonists in pain: blockade of voltage-sensitive calcium channels provides novel agents for pain management. Carpenter, Katherine J. 1146
Case of treatable autoimmunity initially diagnosed as dementia. Wachter, Kerri 392
CBT for PTSD can decrease startle responses. Finn, Robert Brief Article 265
CBT improves itch-scratch cycle in dermatitis. Bates, Betsy 590
Chromosomal deletion more common in prison population. Frieden, Joyce 492
Clomipramine may help men with premature ejaculation. Finn, Robert 429
CMS panel backs coverage for lifestyle programs. Frieden, Joyce 1126
Combo Tx proves best for obese binge eaters. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 384
Comorbidity in American Indians. Foley, Kevin Brief Article 115
Computerized survey adapts to patients' skills. Boschert, Sherry 570
Consider low-dose topiramate for newly diagnosed epilepsy. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 292
Consumer-driven health plans have yet to gain momentum. Silverman, Jennifer 725
Continuum of eating disorders seen. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 177
Controversial retiree benefits rule. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 173
Dad's mental health tempers ill mom's effect. Boschert, Sherry 402
Deep brain stimulation may control severe seizures. MacReady, Norra 279
Deficits don't predict teen problems. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 110
Deficits not seen in preeclamptic women on magnesium. Tucker, Miriam E. 586
Depression screen may avert 'diabetes burnout'. Johnson, Kate 623
Depression shows a different face with epilepsy. Jancin, Bruce 583
Deter frivolous lawsuits. Chisolm, John C. Letter to the Editor 82
Disparities among women vary by ethnic group. Frieden, Joyce 325
Dissociative disorder seems common in BPD patients. Worcester, Sharon 319
Doctors are top source for Medicare drug info. Silverman, Jennifer 646
Dropoff seen in prescribing of antidepressants: surprisingly, psychiatrists writing fewer. Kilgore, Christine 890
Ease patients' fear of painkiller addiction through education. Boschery, Sherry 370
Educating staff key to curbing use of restraints. Wendling, Patrice 1339
Elderly bipolar patients need careful treatment. Mahoney, Diana 604
Emotional abuse may raise risk of mental illness. Frieden, Joyce 491
Expert cites genetics as key component in BPD. Evans, Jeff 1325
FDA panel votes no on sex dysfunction patch: safety concerns prompt unanimous vote against indication for treating female sexual dysfunction. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 1015
FDA warns about imported test kits. Brief Article 188
FDA's new drug safety board under scrutiny: critics say board may lack independence and authority, and may not have sufficient resources. Silverman, Jennifer 793
First-trimester stress may prompt early delivery. Bates, Betsy 729
Fitness-for-duty evaluations should focus on key facts. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 258
Galantamine: dosing tips and prescribing pearls. 273
Gentle persuasion can get obese diabetics moving. Worcester, Sharon 617
Group calls for 'uncompromising' diabetes care. Tucker, Miriam E. 790
Health care disparities called 'medical error'. Frieden, Joyce 788
Helping elderly drug abusers. Fink, Paul J. 1770
History and physical critical in secondary headache diagnosis. Finn, Robert 388
Hostility drives smoking initiation. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 136
Hypnotherapy for irritable bowel syndrome. Walsh, Nancy 875
In favor of caps. Letter to the Editor 582
In HIV Tx adherence, almost isn't good enough. Sullivan, Michele G. 676
Interview software evaluates autism symptoms. Splete, Heidi 286
IOM: CAM should use conventional standards. Schneider, Mary Ellen 631
Keep talking with surgically menopausal. Johnson, Kate Brief Article 251
Late-life anxiety requires modified approach: lower profile for drug interactions makes citalopram, escitalopram, and sertraline attractive. Sherman, Carl 1033
Long-acting investigational ADHD treatment promising in children. Wendling, Patrice 507
Low fatty acid levels, dementia associated in large study. Wachter, Kerri 433
Making exercise part of your routine. Brunk, Doug 1688
Marital disagreements more unpleasant for older couples. Finn, Robert 329
Medicare poised to help seniors quit smoking. Silverman, Jennifer 580
Metabolic syndrome raises risks in angioplasty. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 264
Migraine role seen for metoclopramide. Sullivan, Michele G. Brief Article 201
Migraineurs often delay headache medication. Kirn, Timothy F. 338
Minority recruiting efforts are paying off at Massachusetts General. Boschert, Sherry 476
More data needed on health care. Frieden, Joyce 547
Nefazodone and SAD. Foley, Kevin Brief Article 113
Neurocognitive impairment in bipolar. Foley, Kevin Brief Article 125
New data mixed on risk, use of SSRIs in adults. Mahoney, Diana 1185
New initiative encourages young adolescents to forgo drinking. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 223
New SAMHSA guidelines stress importance of dual Tx. Wachter, Kerri 716
New study finds different results on efficacy of St. John's wort for depression. Walsh, Nancy 446
New tool improves teen recidivism prediction: once validated, instrument could be a valuable aid in the allocation of limited treatment resources. Jancin, Bruce 1154
Newer antipsychotics, hyperlipidemia. Foley, Kevin Brief Article 167
Nurse-patient interaction helps reduce opioid dependence. Splete, Heidi 346
Obese men spend nearly $700 per year more on medicine. Jancin, Bruce 304
Parents think children should be told of alcohol problems in family. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 239
Patients taking nuclear meds can set off radiation detectors. Johnson, Kate 331
Perspective. Bell, Carl C. 350
Pituitary volume steady in bipolar. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 109
Plan crafted to accredit neurology subspecialties: behavioral neurology, neuropsychiatry standards are expected to be available early this year. Schneider, Mary Ellen 684
Positive adoption language essential. Borchers, Deborah Letter to the Editor 134
PPAC offers plan for physician reimbursement. Silverman, Jennifer 585
Proposed wheelchair rules issued. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 127
Protecting the atypical antipsychotic-medicated patient: consider all angles before evaluating risk/benefit equation. McKinley, Emily 798
Psychiatric conditions common in child epilepsy. Wachter, Kerri Brief Article 296
Psychiatrists, patients differ on Tx goals. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 290
Psychological distress lifts atrial fib risk. Jancin, Bruce 367
Psychosocial factors predict low back pain events. Wendling, Patrice 561
Racial disparity seen in elderly women's pain. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 248
Reduced brain volume unique to schizophrenia. MacReady, Norra Brief Article 274
Reduced funding for mental health. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 199
Researching terrorist behavior. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 137
Response, addiction to cocaine hinge on gender. Goldman, Erik 1069
Romantic woes may hit teen boys harder. Franklin, Deeanna Brief Article 193
Saving the ship. Sloan, Don Letter to the Editor 266
Self-cutting linked to risky sex. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 127
Seniors underuse outpatient mental health Tx. Splete, Heidi 295
Sleep loss tied to impaired glucose tolerance. Bates, Betsy 668
Soy's effects on cognition, bones disappointing. Johnson, Kate 678
Spiritualized therapy may lessen symptoms in sex abuse survivors. Sullivan, Michele G. 628
Stroke risk rises with dietary fat and sodium: in two studies, ischemic stroke incidence was 60% higher in those consuming over 65 g of fat daily. Zoler, Mitchel L. 780
Study supports autism's link to immunity. Wachter, Kerri Brief Article 265
Suicide causality not part of black box warning. Johnson, Kate 341
Synthetic marine snail toxin receives FDA approval as intrathecal analgesic. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 438
Teen drug use has changed little since 1970s: genetics, environment, nature of drug determine number of new users who become dependent. Goldman, Erik 1018
The art of Meghan Caughey. Franklin, Deeanna 1397
Topiramate may reduce frequency of binge eating. Cherniak, Jay C. Brief Article 255
Treat drug abuse, eating disorder concurrently. Worcester, Sharon 575
Treating fearful flyers. London, Robert T. 1348
Try higher oxygen flow for cluster headache patients. Finn, Robert 402
University opens first Center for Patient Safety: simulation facility will be used to provide courses for health care professionals at all levels of training. McNamara, Damian 969
Using electronic health records system not burdensome. Boschert, Sherry 428
Vets and the VA: another kind of war story. Atkinson, Roland 1616
Why not use technology? Letter to the Editor 259

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