Paranoid symptoms and syndromes

Contents

  1. Introduction Paranoid symptoms
  2. Causes of paranoid symptoms
  3. Premorbid personality
  4. Social isolation and deafness
  5. Paranoid personality disorder
  6. Paranoid symptoms in psychiatric disorders
  7. Paranoid symptoms in organic disorders
  8. Paranoid symptoms in substance misuse  disorders
  9. Paranoid symptoms in mood disorders
  10. Paranoid symptoms and paranoid schizophrenia
  11. Table  12.1 DSM-IV criteria for delusional disorder
  12. Paranoid symptoms  in schizophrenia-like syndromes
  13. Delusional disorders (paranoid psychoses)
  14. Classification of delusional  disorder
  15. Epidemiology of delusional disorder
  16. Aetiology of delusional disorder
  17. Table  12.2 Subtypes of delusional disorder in 86 Chinese   outpatients
  18. Neurobiological studies
  19. Specific delusional disorders
  20. Pathological jealousy
  21. Table  12.3 Types  of delusional disorder
  22. Clinical features of pathological  jealousy
  23. Aetiology of pathological jealousy
  24. Prognosis of pathological jealousy
  25. Table  12.4 Disorders associated with pathological  jealousy
  26. Assessment of pathological jealousy
  27. Treatment of pathological jealousy
  28. Erotomania and erotic delusions
  29. Stalking
  30. Somatic delusional disorder
  31. Querulant delusions and reformist  delusions
  32. Delusional misidentification  syndrome
  33. Capgras syndrome
  34. Fregoli syndrome
  35. Intermetamorphosis
  36. The syndrome of subjective  doubles
  37. Shared (induced) delusional disorder
  38. Assessment of paranoid symptoms
  39. Treatment of paranoid symptoms and delusional disorder
  40. General principles
  41. Drug treatment
  42. Psychological treatment
  43. Prognosis of delusional disorder

 

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