William S. Logan

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The authors present a case of a middle aged attorney who suffered from hyperparathyroidism and a psychotic disorder. It is possible that the hyperparathyroidism may have precipitated an acute psychotic delusional rage leading to an attempted mass murder. They discuss the relationship between hyperparathyroidism and neuropsychiatric symptoms in consideration(More)
  • W S Logan
  • 1989
Recent focus on impaired physicians has made it likely that psychiatrists and other mental health professionals will increasingly be involved in evaluating these individuals. In order to perform the job effectively, evaluators must familiarize themselves with a number of clinical and legal issues inherent in the evaluations. Preevaluation issues include(More)