Mood disorders

Contents

  1. Introduction Clinical features
  2. Depression
  3. Mania
  4. Depressive syndromes
  5. Severe depressive episode
  6. Table  10.1 Symptoms needed to meet the criteria for ‘depressive episode’ in   ICD-10
  7. Table  10.2 Criteria for major depressive episode in  DSM-IV
  8. Psychotic depression
  9. Other clinical variants of depressive  disorders
  10. Mild depressive states
  11. Minor mood disorders
  12. Mania
  13. Mood
  14. Table  10.3 Criteria for manic episode in  DSM-IV
  15. Mixed mood (affective) states
  16. Rapid cycling disorders
  17. Manic stupor
  18. Transcultural factors
  19. Classification of mood disorders
  20. Classification  of depression
  21. Classification by  presumed aetiology
  22. Classification by symptomatic  picture
  23. Table  10.4 Clinical features of melancholic and somatic  depression
  24. Classification by  course
  25. Classification in DSM and ICD
  26. Bipolar disorder
  27. Table  10.5 Classification of bipolar  disorder
  28. Depressive disorders
  29. Table  10.6 Classification of depressive  disorders
  30. Table  10.7 A systematic scheme for the clinical description of mood  disorders
  31. Anxiety disorders
  32. Schizophrenia
  33. Dementia and other organic conditions
  34. Mania
  35. Schizophrenia
  36. Organic brain disorder and drug misuse
  37. The epidemiology of mood disorders
  38. Bipolar disorder
  39. Depression
  40. Dysthymia and recurrent brief depression
  41. Minor mood disorders
  42. The aetiology of mood disorders
  43. Genetic causes
  44. Table  10.8 The  aetiology of mood disorders
  45. Table  10.9 Genetic epidemiology of bipolar disorder and major  depression
  46. Mode  of inheritance
  47. Molecular genetics
  48. Personality
  49. Early environment Parental deprivation
  50. Relationships  with parents
  51. Vulnerability factors and life difficulties
  52. The  effects of physical illness
  53. Psychological approaches to aetiology
  54. Cognitive theories
  55. Neurobiological approaches to aetiology
  56. The  monoamine hypothesis
  57. Amino acid neurotransmitters
  58. Endocrine abnormalities
  59. Depression and the immune system
  60. Sleep changes in depression
  61. Brain imaging in mood disorder
  62. Neuropsychological changes in mood disorder
  63. Conclusions
  64. Course and prognosis
  65. Bipolar disorders
  66. Unipolar depressive disorders (recurrent major  depression)
  67. Dysthymia
  68. Minor mood disorder
  69. Mortality of mood disorders
  70. Prognostic factors
  71. The acute treatment of depression
  72. Antidepressant drugs
  73. Tricyclic antidepressants
  74. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake in
  75. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)
  76. Other antidepressants
  77. Lithium
  78. Table  10.10 Clinical characteristics of some antidepressant   drugs
  79. Anticonvulsants
  80. Atypical antipsychotic drugs
  81. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
  82. Comparison with simulated ECT
  83. Comparison with other treatments
  84. Indications for ECT
  85. Psychological treatment
  86. Supportive psychotherapy and problem solving
  87. Cognitive–behaviour therapy
  88. Interpersonal psychotherapy
  89. Couple therapy
  90. Dynamic psychotherapy
  91. Other treatments Sleep deprivation
  92. Bright light treatment
  93. The acute treatment of mania
  94. Mood stabilizers
  95. Benzodiazepines
  96. Electroconvulsive therapy
  97. The longer-term treatment of mood disorders
  98. Prevention of relapse  and recurrence
  99. Drug treatment of unipolar depression
  100. Drug treatment of bipolar disorder
  101. Interpersonal therapy
  102. The assessment of depressive disorders
  103. The management of depressive disorders
  104. Choice and use of antidepressant  drug
  105. The  use of ECT
  106. Activity
  107. Psychotherapy
  108. Failure to respond to initial treatment
  109. Change  in antidepressant drug treatment
  110. Augmentation of antidepressant drug  treatment
  111. Other important measures
  112. Prevention of relapse and recurrence in depression Drug treatment
  113. Other measures
  114. The assessment of mania
  115. The management of manic patients
  116. Acute episodes
  117. Clinical management
  118. Prevention of relapse and recurrence Continuation treatment
  119. Maintenance treatment

 

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