Preface to the Fifth Edition Preface to the First Edition 1. Capgras’s syndrome 2. De Clérambault’s syndrome 3. Othello's syndrome 4. Ganser’s syndrome 5. Couvade's syndrome 6. Munchausen’s syndrome and related factitious disorders 7. Gilles de la Tourette’s syndrome 8. Cotard’s syndrome (Le Délire de Négation) 9. Folie à deux (et folie à plusiers) 10. Ekbom’s syndrome (delusional infestation) and body dysmorphic disorder 11. Possession states and allied syndromes 12. Other uncommon psychiatric syndromes Index
Since the publication of the fourth edition, there have been many developments in the field of psychiatry, including changes in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) and the advancement of neuroimaging and related research, which have been incorporated into the fifth edition. In this now classic text, each chapter covers an individual disorder in detail, using several case studies gathered by the authors themselves to illustrate and exemplify the disorders discussed. The clear and easy-to-understand writing style ensures that this text is accessible for the wide range of studies and professions who will find it useful.
Uncommon Psychiatric Syndromes, Fifth Edition, is essential reading for psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric nurses, psychiatric social workers, social workers and other mental health professionals. It will also be of interest to graduate students in the fields of psychiatry and psychology as well as those enrolled in psychiatry resident courses.
Dr David Enoch, formerly senior consultant psychiatrist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, is an internationally acknowledged authority and pioneer of uncommon psychiatric syndromes, the title of his best-selling book. A broadcaster and author, his other titles include Healing the Hurt Mind (seventh edition), Schizophrenia: Voices in the Dark, Psychiatric Disorders in Dental Practice and I Want A Christian Psychiatrist.
Prof. Basant K. Puri currently works in academic research and practises clinically.
Dr Hadrian Ball is a consultant forensic psychiatrist having worked in Norwich, UK, and Hobart, Tasmania. He is considered an international authority on sexual offending against older victims. He has retired from clinical practice.