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  • Disturbed time experience during and after psychosis. [Journal Article]
  • SRSchizophr Res Cogn 2019; 17:100136
  • Vogel DHV, Beeker T, … Vogeley K
  • Disturbances in time experience have been argued to play a significant, if not causative role in the clinical presentation of schizophrenia. Phenomenological considerations suggest a fragmented or di…
  • Phenomenology and Course of Alcoholic Hallucinosis. [Journal Article]
  • JDJ Dual Diagn 2019 Jun 04; :1-5
  • Narasimha VL, Patley R, … Kandasamy A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Alcoholic hallucinosis is an acute short-lasting psychotic disorder which lasts for less than a week when treated. Suicidality is high in this group, which needs attention. Benzodiazepines as part of withdrawal management may be sufficient for a majority of cases. Antipsychotics may be required in selected cases. A high degree of recurrence and morbidity indicates a need to intervene early with an abstinence-oriented management goal.
  • Hyperprolactinemia - side effect or part of the illness. [Journal Article]
  • PDPsychiatr Danub 2019; 31(Suppl 2):148-152
  • Vuk Pisk S, Matić K, … Filipčić I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Elevated prolactin in patients has been demonstrated regardless of antipsychotic therapy, therefore the question of etiology of hyperprolactinemia in psychotic disorders is questionable. The association of hyperprolactinemia with the severity of the clinical picture has also been demonstrated, higher prolactin values indicating a stronger clinical picture, which calls into question the protective role of prolactin in psychotic disorders.
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