Essentials of Psychiatric Diagnosis, Revised Edition: Responding to the Challenge of Dsm-5(r)De (autor) M.D. Frances, Allen
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Grounded in author Allen Frances's extensive clinical experience, this comprehensive yet concise guide helps the busy clinician find the right psychiatric diagnosis and avoid the many pitfalls that lead to errors. Covering every disorder routinely encountered in clinical practice, Frances provides the ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM (where feasible) codes required for billing, a useful screening question, a colorful descriptive prototype, lucid diagnostic tips, and a discussion of other disorders that must be ruled out. The book closes with an index of the most common presenting symptoms, listing possible diagnoses that must be considered for each. Frances was instrumental in the development of past editions of the DSM and provides helpful cautions on questionable aspects of DSM-5.
The revised edition features ICD-10-CM codes where feasible throughout the chapters, plus a Crosswalk to ICD-10-CM Codes in the Appendix. The Appendix, links to further coding resources, and periodic updates can also be accessed online (www.guilford.com/frances_updates).
Dimensiuni: 150 x 226 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: Guilford Publications
How to Use This Book. Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Childhood and Adolescence. Depressive Disorders. Bipolar Disorders. Anxiety Disorders. ObsessiveߝCompulsive and Related Disorders. Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders. Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders. Substance-Related Disorders and Behavioral Addictions. Neurocognitive Disorders. Personality Disorders. Impulse Control Disorders. Eating Disorders. SleepߝWake Disorders. Sexual and Gender Issues. Disorders Related to Physical Symptoms. Dissociative Disorders. Codes for Conditions That May be a Focus of Clinical Attention but Are Not Mental Disorders.
"This easy-to-read, commonsensical handbook guides mental health clinicians through the thicket of differential diagnosis in psychiatry. Frances—a thoughtful and effective critic of the excesses of DSM-5—shows where diagnosis is valid and essential, and where a premature diagnosis or a diagnostic fad has the potential to hurt patients. Everyone who uses diagnosis in daily practice will benefit from the down-to-earth wisdom of this book." - Joel Paris, MD, McGill University, Canada
"With his clinical expertise, leadership roles in prior DSM editions, and healthy skepticism about overdiagnosis and excessive medication, Frances has crafted a clinical gem. This clear and concise book describes a sequential assessment process and provides screening questions, easily remembered prototypic descriptions, differential diagnostic considerations, and cautionary notes about diagnostic traps. Frances recognizes the need for a diagnosis to guide intervention, while steering clear of diagnostic reification. All clinicians need this book for frequent reference, and it should be a required text in mental health training programs." - John F. Clarkin, PhD, New York Presbyterian Hospital, USA