Amy Krohn

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This study evaluated the effectiveness of quetiapine for subjects with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who were already on a stable dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) but had significant PTSD symptoms. Fifteen subjects were enrolled in an 8-week open-label trial for PTSD in which quetiapine was added to an SSRI. Subjects were on a(More)
To review the literature on the pharmacologic treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with a focus on reports of antipsychotic use for this illness. A MEDLINE search (1966-Oct 2002) for English only articles about pharmacologic treatment of PTSD. Antipsychotic medications are being used with some frequency for PTSD. There are few studies and(More)
  • A Krohn
  • 1977
The psychological effects of postviral labyrinthitis in a patient who had been undergoing intensive psychotherapy are reported. The mildness of the physiological symptome was in contrast to the magnitude of the psychological consequences. The general psychological effects of illness on the patient are differentiated from the specific psychological(More)
  • A Krohn
  • 1980
A case is presented that illustrates specific clinical manifestations of structural deficits and psychopathological complexes characteristic of borderline patients. Following an overview of the patient's presenting problems and history, the patient's personality organization is conceptualized metapsychologically. Then the clinical manifestations of three(More)
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