L'hystérie : une entité historique, un trouble psychiatrique ou une maladie neurologique ?
|Published in||Revue médicale suisse. 2008, vol. 4, no. 156, p. 1151-1152, 1154-1156|
|Abstract||It has been suggested that hysteria had waned and was an old-fashioned, stigmatizing and false concept, reflecting the incapacity of the medical community to establish a diagnosis in certain situations. Nowadays, however, those disturbances, now referred to as conversion or dissociative disorders, still remain a frequent and incapacitating condition that every clinician faces. These past decades, several studies have tried to better describe their clinical presentation and their neurobiological mechanisms, with the help of the development of new neuroimaging techniques. If the neurobiological correlates are now better understood, efficient treatments are still lacking and only a multidisciplinary (general practitioners, neurologists and psychiatrists) and individually-tailored therapy might be beneficial to the patients.|
|Keywords||Brain/physiopathology — Conversion Disorder/physiopathology/psychology — Dissociative Disorders/physiopathology/psychology — Humans — Hysteria/ physiopathology/ psychology|
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|Research groups||Mécanismes cérébraux du comportement et des fonctions cognitives (701)|
Groupe Pierre Burkhard (neurologie) (154)