Neurobiologische Grundlagen des Entzugssyndroms bei Alkohol- und Medikamentenabhängigkeit

  • H. Coper

Zusammenfassung

Wie viele Begriffe und Phänomene in der Medizin ist die Bezeichnung „Abhängigkeit“ mit einer Fülle von Assoziationen verbunden. Sie beschreibt auch keineswegs immer den gleichen Sachverhalt. Deshalb will ich zum Verständnis der weiteren Ausführungen, wenn auch recht vereinfacht und verkürzt, diesem Wort einen möglichst eindeutigen Inhalt zuordnen. Denn nur auf dieser Basis und durch Reduktion auf die wichtigsten Mechanismen lassen sich die neurobiologischen Grundlagen der Abhängigkeit in ihren verschiedenen Formen und Ausprägungen in einem kurzen Beitrag darlegen.

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