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Psychopathologische Folgen zerebrovaskulärer Krankheiten

  • A. Kurz
  • M. Haupt
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Zusammenfassung

Wir erleben gegenwärtig eine Renaissance der Arteriosklerose. Die verfeinerten bildgebenden Verfahren, allen voran die Magnetresonanztomographie, fördern besonders bei Patienten in der 2. Lebenshälfte zerebrovaskuläre Veränderungen in einer Häufigkeit zu Tage, die früher nicht wahrgenommen werden konnte und mit der man nicht gerechnet hat. Daher gewinnt die Frage hohe Aktualität, welche vaskulären Befunde als Ursache für psychopathologische Symptome in Betracht kommen und welche nicht. Der folgende Beitrag versucht, dieses Problem an den Beispielen der Syndrome Depression und Demenz zu diskutieren.

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