Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Practical Guide

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Index
Page numbers in italic denote figures and tables where there is no textual reference to the material on the same page. OCD = obsessive compulsive disorder.
a
abstract symptoms 44-5
addictive behaviours 30
adolescents 8, 153-62
see also children;
young people
affect regulation 30
affective-motivational circuit 32
age at OCD onset 4, 5-6, 66, 154
aggressive obsessions 19, 170, 186, 202-3
American Psychiatric Association 2
amygdala 78
amygdala-hippocampus circuit 42
anatomy, functional, of OCD 78-9
animal stereotypies 42
anthropophobia 41
antidepressants 26, 92
antiobsessional drugs 26, 110, 158
antipsychotic drugs 39, 103, 140-2
anxiety 26, 81, 139
disorders 62-3, 77, 154, 161
Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule 16
approach/avoidance continuum 24
arginine vasopressin 70, 94
Asperger's syndrome 23, 45
assessment
of harm 38, 168
of OCD 15-20
augmented feedback 179-80
autoimmunity 94, 156, 171
avoidance 17, 195, 204, 211
awareness of OCD 10, 11

b
basal ganglia 37, 82, 93, 123
pathology 41, 46, 77, 94, 171
baseline level of impairment 15, 16
behaviour therapy 108, 119, 170, 171
behavioural challenge 81-2
benzodiazepines 103
body dysmorphic disorder 6, 39-40, 41
co-transmitted with OCD 25
by proxy 44
and stereotypies 42
borderline personality disorder 46
bradykinesia 46
bradyphrenia 46
bromocriptine 142
buspirone 91, 114, 138

c
cAMP-response element binding protein 92-3
candidate gene studies 70-1
caudate 29, 39, 95, 155
cognitive-behavioural therapy 128
imaging 79, 80
cerebrospinal fluid studies 89, 94
challenge tests 81-2, 91, 93
checking compulsions 18, 19, 187, 206-7
children
and clomipramine 105
drug efficacy/tolerability 110
with OCD 4, 8, 18, 153-62
in family studies 66
immunology 94, 95
OCD symptoms 44, 45
and trichotillomania 27
see also adolescents;
young people
Children's Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale 200-15
checklists 202-3, 205-6
2-chloro-6(-1-piperazinyl)pyrazine 91
cingulate lobe 78, 79, 83, 156
citalopram 89, 106, 107, 158
dosage 108, 109, 136
classification 2-3
of jealousy 43-4
of repetitive behaviours 25
cleaning/washing obsessions 18, 187
Clinical Global Impairment Scale 220
Clinical Global Impressions Scale 17, 135, 185
Clinical Global Improvement Scale 220
clomipramine 80, 83, 89, 91, 103, 104-5
[3H]-imipramine binding 90
antiobsessional effect 119
in combination therapy 137, 139-40, 143
discontinuation studies 112, 113
dosage/route 108, 113, 136
and exposure therapy 126
and neuropeptide levels 94
side effects 107, 140, 158
and Tourette's syndrome 26
and trichotillomania 27
vs cognitive-behavioural therapy 159
vs SSRIs 105, 106
in young people 158

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: a Twenty-First Century Perspective 1
  • References 12
  • 2 - Assessment of Ocd 15
  • References 20
  • 3 - Obsessive Compulsive Spectrum Disorders: from Serotonin to Dopamine and Back Again 23
  • 4 - Unusual Symptoms of Ocd 37
  • 5 - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Quality of Life 51
  • 6 - The Role of Genetic Factors in Ocd 61
  • References 72
  • 7 - The Neuroanatomy of Ocd 77
  • References 84
  • 8 - Integrated Pathophysiology 89
  • References 97
  • 9 - Practical Pharmacotherapy 103
  • 10 - Psychotherapy in Ocd 119
  • 11 - Treatment of Refractory Ocd 135
  • References 148
  • 12 - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Children and Adolescents 153
  • References 162
  • 13 - An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Ocd 167
  • 14 - Patients' Perspectives on Ocd 177
  • Appendix 1: Major Rating Scales 183
  • Appendix 2: Consumer Organizations Involved in Ocd 221
  • Index 223
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