Overlapping Pain and Psychiatric Syndromes

Global Perspectives
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 25. August 2020
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  • 416 Seiten
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Chronic pain seldom presents alone. Pain patients frequently have comorbid psychiatric conditions and those suffering from mental illness often experience pain. Nonetheless, pain conditions and psychiatric disorders have customarily been understood and treated as different and separate clinical entities, to the detriment of patients' wellbeing. This book will describe the complex and striking relationships between pain and psychiatric disorders, offering the first comprehensive review of the challenging and neglected intersection between pain medicine and psychiatry. Written by world-renowned experts in the fields of pain and psychiatry, chapters contribute a valuable array of clinical and theoretical perspectives and include illustrative case examples throughout.
  • Englisch
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978-0-19-024827-7 (9780190248277)
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MARIO INCAYAWAR, MD, MSC, PHD, is a physician-scientist, educator, and published author specializing in psychiatry and pain medicine. A recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2006, he has held the Henry R. Luce Professorship in Culture, Brain, Mind, and Medicine at the Claremont Colleges; and the William F. Quillian Jr. International Professorship, at R-MWC, Virginia. He was elected to the Executive Committee of the Transcultural Psychiatry Section of the World Psychiatric Association from 2005 to 2011 and is the founder and director of the Runajambi Institute. www.runajambi.org/incayawar SIOUI MALDONADO BOUCHARD, MSC, PHD, is a neuroscientist specializing in behavioral neuroscience and psychology. She has conducted research about the impact of the social environment on spinal cord injury and the association between the social environment and pain. The translation of scientific knowledge to the larger medical community and beyond is particularly important to her. A former post-doctoral fellow at the Pain Genetics Laboratory at McGill University, she has contributed several papers in Canadian and American journals for the medical community.
FOREWORD Ron Wintrob PREFACE Mario Incayawar THE NATURE OF PAIN & PSYCHIATRIC COMORBIDITY 1. The Need to Fathom the Overlapping Pain and Psychiatric Syndromes Mario Incayawar 2. Recognizing the Co-occurrence of Chronic Pain and Mental Illness Jan Jaracz 3. Glial Cells and Pro-inflammatory Cytokines as Shared Neurobiological Bases for Chronic Pain and Psychiatric Disorders Judith A. Strong, Sang Won Jeon, Jun-Ming Zhang, and Yong-Ku Kim 4. Shared Brain Synaptic Mechanisms of Pain and Anxiety: Insight from Preclinical Studies Ipek Yalcin and Min Zhuo 5. The Epigenetic Bridge between Stress, Chronic Pain, and Psychiatric Disorders Sioui Maldonado-Bouchard and Mario Incayawar DIAGNOSTIC ISSUES 6. Identifying and Assessing Overlapping Chronic Pain and Mental Illness Glenn J. Treisman 7. Assessment and Monitoring of Patients with Chronic Pain and Co-Occurring Substance Use and Abuse Jon Streltzer 8. Psychometrics for Detecting Pain-Related Malingering Blake H. Tearnan 9. Neuroimaging Correlates for Psychological and Chronic Pain Experiences John A. Sturgeon and Katherine T. Martucci PAIN SYNDROMES AND PSYCHIATRIC COMORBIDITIES 10. Navigating the Pain and Suicide Conundrum Martin D. Cheatle, Simmie Foster, and Nicole Tang 11. Depression and Anxiety as Risk Factors for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder - A German Perspective Stefan Kindler and Marike Bredow-Zeden 12. Recognizing the Psychiatric Burden of Anxiety and Depression in Children with Headache, Chest, and Abdominal Pain Susan T. Tran, Ana B. Goya Arce, and Anjana Jagpal 13. Exploring Pain Conditions in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder Mael Gagnon-Mailhot; Janie Damien; Vincent Pelland; and Serge Marchand 14. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Pain in the Military Renée El-Gabalawy, Pamela L. Holens, Jordana Sommer, and Rachel Roy. 15. The Clinical Neuroscience of the Insomnia-Fibromyalgia Link: An Overview for Clinicians Christina S. McCrae, Ashley Curtis, and Daniel B. Kay 16. Alcohol and Chronic Pain: Shared Neural Circuits and Clinical Features Tessa Frohe, Benjamin Berey, Katie Witkiewitz, Elizabeth McCallion, and Kevin E. Vowles 17. Catastrophizing in Comorbid Chronic Pain and Mental Illness: A Primer for Clinicians Cynthia Townsend and Donald Townsend 18. Untangling Comorbid Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Psychiatric Disorders Mihaela Fadgyas Stanculete and Dan L. Dumitrascu 19. The Many Faces of Chronic Urogenital Pain: Vulvodynia and Psychiatric Comorbidities Bernard L. Harlow, Miriam J. Haviland, and Sophie Bergeron 20. Understanding and Managing Personality Disorders in Chronic Pain James N. Weisberg, Channing Twyner, and Christopher Paul 21. Pain and Comorbid Psychiatric Illnesses in the Elderly: A Fitful Marriage and Its Management Mellar P. Davis and John Shuster Jr. 22. Does Self-injury Hurt? Understanding the Experience and Potential Functions of Pain in Self-injury Amy Kranzler, Kara B. Fehling, Julia Brillante, and Edward A. Selby TREATMENT STRATEGIES 23. Innovative Management of Chronic Pain and Psychiatric Comorbidities J. Gregory Hobelmann and Michael R. Clark 24. Acknowledging the Clinical Effects of Words in Pain Medicine and Psychiatry Lise Bouchard and Mario Incayawar 25. Detecting and Managing the Untreated Pain in Dementia Anne Corbett 26. Effective Management of Pain in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Intellectual Disability Djea Saravane PAIN MEDICINE, PSYCHIATRY, AND SOCIETY 27. Cultural Spectrum of Chronic Pain and Somatization Syndromes: Indian Experiences Geetha Desai, Santosh K. Chaturvedi, and Dinesh Bhugra 28. Jaki, a Puzzling Inca Syndrome of Comorbid Pain and Mental Illness Mario Incayawar 29. Taming Artificial Intelligence in Psychiatry and Pain Medicine- Promises and Challenges Usef Faghihi, Sioui Maldonado-Bouchard, Mario Incayawar
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