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Major depression with psychotic features, dementia, and focal neurologic abnormalities appeared in a Haitian man without AIDS or other syndromes of immune compromise. Neurologic evaluation, including brain biopsy, was nondiagnostic, but CSF culture revealed human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
As inpatient palliative care units (IPCUs) have become more widespread, experience grows regarding the patients for whom they are best suited. We report here on the use of an IPCU in the treatment of several individuals with comorbid psychiatric and advanced life-threatening illness during a 1-year period. At least four categories of such patients-those… (More)
The authors report on four patients with disabling bowel obsessions who responded to tricyclic antidepressant medication despite the absence of depressive symptoms. The relationship of this symptom constellation to DSM-III obsessive-compulsive disorder and social phobia is discussed.