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  Mario Incayawar, M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Mario Incayawar
Sioui Maldonado-Bouchard, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Sioui Maldonado-Bouchard
Dr. Michael Clark
Michael R. Clark
 

Contents

 

FOREWORD

PREFACE

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

1

The Need to Fathom the Overlapping Pain and Psychiatric Syndromes

2

Recognizing the Co-occurrence of Chronic Pain and Mental Illness
Jan Jaracz

3

Glial cells and pro-inflammatory cytokines as shared neurobiological bases for chronic pain and psychiatric disorders
Judith A. Strong, Sang Won Jeon, Jun-Ming Zhang, and Yong-Ku Kim

4

Epigenetics of Chronic and Early-Life Psychosocial Stress: Its Implications in Pain and Psychiatric Comorbidity

 

DIAGNOSTIC ISSUES

5

Identifying and Assessing Overlapping Chronic Pain and Mental Illness

6

Assessment and Monitoring of Patients with Chronic Pain and Co-Occurring Substance Use and Abuse
Jon Streltzer

7

Evaluating Pain in Newly Diagnosed Generalized Anxiety and Depressive Disorder Patients

8

Psychometrics for Detecting Pain-Related Malingering
Blake H. Tearnan

9

Pain, Neuroimaging and Neuropsychiatric Disorders

 

PAIN SYNDROMES AND PSYCHIATRIC COMORBIDITIES

10

Lifestyle Factors, Psychiatric Disorders and Chronic non-Specific Pain in Adolescents

11

Risk of Suicide in Multiple Pain Conditions

12

Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms as Risk Factors for Temporomandibular Joint Pain

13

Anxiety and Depression Are Associated With Migraine and Other Chronic Pain Syndromes

14

Recognizing the Psychiatric Burden of Anxiety and Depression in Children with Headache, Chest, and Abdominal Pain
Susan T. Tran, Ana B. Goya Arce, Anjana Jagpal

15

Pain Conditions in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder
Mael Gagnon; Janie Damien; Vincent Pelland; and Serge Marchand

16

Chronic Headache and Somatization

17

Complex Trauma and Disorders of Extreme Stress, Not Otherwise Specified (DESNOS) and Its Relationships with Pain and Psychiatric Comorbidity

18

Sleep Disorders and its Relationships to Chronic Pain

19

Alcoholism and Chronic Pain: Shared Neural Circuits and Clinical Features.

20

Navigating the Intersection between Pain, Somatic Symptom Disorder, Factitious Disorders, and Malingering

21

Fibromyalgia as a Pain and Psychiatric Syndrome: Clinical and Neurobiological Considerations

22

Untangling Comorbid Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Psychiatric Disorders
Mihaela Fadgyas Stanculete and Dan L. Dumitrascu

23

The Many Faces of Chronic Urogenital Pain: Vulvodynia and Psychiatric Comorbidities
Bernard L. Harlow, Miriam J. Haviland, Sophie Bergeron

24

Pain and Personality Disorders.

25

Pain and Psychiatric Multimorbidity in the Elderly

26

Does Self-injury Hurt? Understanding the Experience and Potential Functions of Pain in Self-injury
Amy Kranzler, Kara B. Fehling, Julia Brillante, Edward A. Selby

 

TREATMENT STRATEGIES

27

Innovative Management of Chronic Pain and Psychiatric Comorbidities

28

Placebo and Nocebo Use in Overlapping Chronic Pain and Psychiatric Disorders

29

Appreciating the Clinical Effects of Words in Pain Medicine and Psychiatry
Lise Bouchard

30

Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders and Predictors of Pain Management Success

31

The Neurobiological and Therapeutic Intersection of Pain and Affective Disorders

32

Detecting and Managing the Untreated Pain in Dementia
Anne Corbett

33

How to Better Treat a Pain Patient with Autism

34

Clinical Dilemmas in the Management of Pain with Comorbid Substance Use Disorder

 

PAIN MEDICINE, PSYCHIATRY, AND SOCIETY

35

Cultural Issues in Pain and Psychiatric Comorbidities

36

Cultural Spectrum of Chronic Pain and Somatization Syndromes: Indian Experiences.
Geetha Desai, Santosh K. Chaturvedi; Dinesh Bhugra.

37

Llaqui: A Quichua’s Illness Experience of Pain and Psychiatric Comorbidity

38

Back Pain in the USA as a Culture-Bound Syndrome – Medical, Legal, and Psychiatric Dimensions.

39

The Legal Side of Pain and Opioids Misuse and Abuse

40

Patient-Centered Care and Personalized Therapy in Overlapping Chronic Pain and Psychiatric Syndromes

 

 

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