neuropsychiatrist


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neuropsychiatrist

 [noor″o-si-ki´ah-trist]
a physician specializing in neuropsychiatry.

neuropsychiatrist

(nū″rō-sī-kī′ă-trĭst) [″ + psyche, mind, + iatreia, healing]
A specialist in neuropsychiatry.
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In other cases, even neuropsychiatrists were reserved and delayed diagnosis of ASD, which involved have not immediate intervention (interview no.
The neuropsychiatrist mustbe an expert diagnostician, and should attempt to master the biological treatments of psychiatry and the common therapeutics of neurology, but without ignoring the principles of psychotherapeutic and rehabilitative approaches.
But the neuropsychiatrist helps us perceive Hemingway's unfinished works as beautiful casualties of a losing battle between genius and cognitive decline.
The neuropsychiatrist described the profit- taking as an example of the powerful taking advantage of the powerless.
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Working as a neuropsychiatrist at Brisbanes St Andrews War Memorial Hospital in the DBS program - which inserts about 120 devices per year and is one of the largest DBS centres worldwide Dr Mosley said the motivation for his research was driven by the trauma and suffering this cohort of patients and their families endured.
Peter Fenwick, a London neuropsychiatrist and one of Schlitz's interviewees, studies the physical and mental changes that occur in the death process, using both scientific explanation and noetic insight.
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Nick de los Santos, a neuropsychiatrist with a thriving practice at Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital in Chicago, Illinois.
Neuropsychiatrist Dr Neil Harrison, who led the research, suggests that such unconscious physiological changes may help us empathise with one another and live in communities.
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