Anxiety and obsessive–compulsive disorders

Contents

  1. Terminology and classification Anxiety disorders
  2. The  development of ideas about anxiety disorders
  3. Table  9.1 Symptoms of anxiety
  4. Table  9.2 Classification of anxiety disorders
  5. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  6. Clinical picture
  7. Table  9.4 Symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder
  8. Clinical signs
  9. Diagnostic conventions
  10. Comorbidity
  11. Generalized anxiety disorder and other anxiety disorders
  12. Differential diagnosis
  13. Depressive disorder
  14. Schizophrenia
  15. Dementia
  16. Substance misuse
  17. Physical illness
  18. Anxiety secondary to the symptoms of physical  illness
  19. Generalized anxiety disorder that is mistaken for physical  illness
  20. Epidemiology
  21. Aetiology
  22. Stressful events
  23. Genetic causes
  24. Early experiences
  25. Cognitive–behavioural theories
  26. Personality
  27. Neurobiological mechanisms
  28. Prognosis
  29. Treatment
  30. Relaxation training
  31. Cognitive–behaviour therapy
  32. Medication
  33. Management
  34. Phobic anxiety disorders
  35. Classification of phobic disorders
  36. Specific phobia Clinical picture
  37. Epidemiology
  38. Differential diagnosis
  39. Prognosis
  40. Treatment
  41. Social phobia Clinical picture
  42. Diagnostic conventions
  43. Table  9.5 Abbreviated diagnostic criteria for social phobia in ICD-10 and  DSM-IV*
  44. Epidemiology
  45. Aetiology
  46. Course and prognosis
  47. Treatment
  48. Management
  49. Agoraphobia Clinical features
  50. Onset and course
  51. Diagnostic conventions
  52. Table  9.6 Abbreviated diagnostic criteria for agoraphobia in ICD-10 and agoraphobia withou
  53. Epidemiology
  54. Aetiology
  55. Prognosis
  56. Treatment
  57. Panic disorder
  58. Clinical features
  59. Table  9.7 Symptoms of a panic attack (from  DSM-IV)
  60. Table  9.8 Symptoms caused by  hyperventilation
  61. Epidemiology
  62. Aetiology Genetics
  63. Biochemistry
  64. Neuroimaging
  65. Cognitive theories
  66. Hyperventilation as a cause
  67. Course and prognosis
  68. Treatment
  69. Benzodiazepines
  70. Imipramine and clomipramine
  71. Specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors  (SSRIs)
  72. Cognitive therapy
  73. Management
  74. Choice of treatment
  75. Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder
  76. Diagnostic conventions
  77. Aetiology
  78. Treatment
  79. Transcultural variations in anxiety disorder
  80. Obsessive–compulsive disorder
  81. Clinical picture
  82. Table  9.9 Principal features of obsessive–compulsive  disorder
  83. Differential diagnosis
  84. Anxiety disorders
  85. Depressive disorder
  86. Schizophrenia
  87. Organic disorders
  88. Epidemiology
  89. Aetiology
  90. Genetics
  91. Evidence of a brain disorder
  92. Abnormal serotonergic function
  93. Psychoanalytical theories
  94. Learning theory
  95. Cognitive theory
  96. Prognosis
  97. Treatment Medication
  98. Cognitive–behaviour therapy
  99. Dynamic psychotherapy
  100. Neurosurgery and deep brain stimulation
  101. Management

 

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