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16,263 results
  • The Stuck Song Syndrome: A Case of Musical Obsessions. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Case Rep 2018 Nov 07; 19:1329-1333
  • Orjuela Rojas JM, Lizarazo Rodríguez IL
  • CONCLUSIONS: This case allowed us to explore the semiological spectrum that encompasses musical imagery, in which concepts that belong to normality are involved, such as musical imagination, involuntary musical imagery, and sticky songs, and other concepts that deal with psychopathological aspects such as musical obsessions, musical hallucinations, and palinacousis. Additionally, the case showed us an atypical form of compulsion that accompanied musical obsession, in which the patient sought to complete the obsessive content with real music. Treatment with fluoxetine 60 mg/day generated a symptomatic response but not remission of symptoms.
  • Management of visual hallucinations in dementia and Parkinson's disease. [Journal Article]
  • IPInt Psychogeriatr 2018 Nov 06; :1-22
  • Swann P, O'Brien JT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Atypical antipsychotics were frequently studied, but with the exception of clozapine in Parkinson's disease dementia, results were equivocal. There was some evidence that acetylcholinesterase inhibitors may help visual hallucinations. Overall, effect sizes for most treatments were small and there were few studies with long term follow up. Treatments need to be carefully weighed up with the risks and reviewed often, and many patients improved without treatment. There is a lack of data regarding visual hallucinations due to the grouping of psychotic symptoms together in commonly used rating scales. The lack of a specific rating scales, or analyzable items within other scales, for visual hallucinations, limited efficacy of current and small evidence base with short follow up are important areas for future studies to address.
  • Managing challenging behaviours in dementia. [Journal Article]
  • SMSingapore Med J 2018; 59(10):514-518
  • Ooi CH, Yoon PS, … Poon NY
  • Dementia is a condition marked by the progressive and irreversible clinical syndrome of cognitive decline that is eventually severe enough to interfere with daily living. Management of dementia is of...
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