Analiz Rodriguez, MD, a neurosurgeon in Arkansas, recounts her experience with misogynoir during her residency training and the toll it took on her as a Black woman.
Alzheimer Disease and Dementia
We spoke with Susan E. Schindler, MD, PhD, lead author of a study about the effect of race on the prediction of brain amyloidosis by plasma Aβ42/Aβ40, phosphorylated tau, and neurofilament light.
Cynthia Bulik, PhD, and Helen Burton Murray, PhD, discuss the interrelatedness between gastrointestinal disorders and eating disorders and the need for more clinician awareness.
A deep dive into clinical efficacy and safety of using psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use disorder, and other mental health disorders.
While antidepressants and psychotherapy have helped many women with postpartum depression (PPD), established pharmacologic approaches for MDD do not target the proposed mechanisms of PPD, and studies have shown that a substantial number of patients with PPD do not achieve remission with antidepressants. We interviewed 3 experts on the subject.
Rheumatologists Leanna M. Wise, MD, and Rajat Bhatt, MD, and researcher Matthew A. Turk, MSc, discuss the effects of alcohol consumption in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and evaluate existing literature on the inverse association between alcohol intake and RA.
DEA Drug Slang Code Words
Drug slang and code words are often used to describe controlled substances, designer drugs, and synthetic compounds, which may cause confusion for clinicians attempting to treat patients under the influence. In an effort to educate and support the healthcare community, Psychiatry Advisor is providing this resource to help clinicians identify these ‘slang’ names compiled from…
Findings from study may eventually lead to expanded treatment options for binge drinking.
There is a wide variability in the clinical presentation of patients with Wilson Disease (WD). The most common manifestations are due to liver disease. In fact, WD may present with almost any clinical variety of hepatic abnormality. The next most common clinical manifestations are neuropsychiatric. In patients with WD presenting as an acute hepatitis, aminotransferase…
Eating Disorders I. Problem/Condition. Eating disorders are characterized by severely disturbed eating behaviors. In both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, there is a disturbance in the perception of body weight and shape. Anorexia nervosa is characterized by the refusal or inability to maintain minimally normal body weight, or in adolescents, failure to gain weight during…