Vol 2, No 3 (2005)

Date published: 2005-09-27

Table of Contents

open access

Prace oryginalne - nadesłane

Somatic diseases concomitant with neurotic disorders in the group of patients treated at the Neurosis Ward of the 1st Clinic of Psychiatric Diseases and Neurotic Disorders, Medical University of Gdańsk in 2000-2003

Hubert Wichowicz, Anna Banaś, Maria Gałuszko, Katarzyna Jakuszkowiak, Katarzyna Spychalska-Kupper, Mariusz Wiglusz

Research paper

Psychiatria 2005;2(3):161-166.
Prace poglądowe - nadesłane

Trazodone - efficacy and safety in clinical practice

Jerzy Landowski, Wiesław Jerzy Cubała

Review paper

Psychiatria 2005;2(3):135-144.

Are schizophrenia and bipolar disorders genetically related?

Joanna Hauser, Anna Leszczyńska-Rodziewicz, Maria Skibińska

Review paper

Psychiatria 2005;2(3):145-153.

Depression with atypical symptoms

Jerzy Landowski, Edyta Rudnik

Review paper

Psychiatria 2005;2(3):154-160.
Prace oryginalne - tłumaczenia

A comparative, randomised, double-blind study of trazodone prolonged-release and paroxetine in the treatment of patients with major depressive disorder

S. Kasper, L. Olivieri, G. Di Loreto, P. Dionisio

Other materials agreed with the Editors

Psychiatria 2005;2(3):167-176.

Insomnia in somatoform pain disorder: sleep laboratory studies on differences to controls and acute effects of trazodone, evaluated by the Somnolyzer 24 × 7 and the Siesta database

Bernd Saletu, Wolfgang Prause, Peter Anderer, Magdalena Mandl, Martin Aigner, Olya Mikova, Gerda Maria Saletu-Zyhlarz

Other materials agreed with the Editors

Psychiatria 2005;2(3):177-193.

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