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THIS IS YOUR BRAIN…ON LYME by Lori Dennis, MA, RP
BIPOLAR, SCHIZOAFFECTIVE DISORDER & LD assn, is it INFLAMMATION
Neurological Manifestations of Lyme in ChildrenGinsu Knives & Psychiatric Lyme Disease: Cutting Through the MisinformationDistinct pattern of cognitive impairment noted in study of Lyme patients
- Shadowland of the Mind by Pamela Weintrub
- Brochure: What Psychiatrists Should Know About Lyme Disease
- The Role of Neuropsychological Testing in Children with Lyme Disease (pdf file)
- The Neuropsychiatric Assessment of Lyme Disease
- Featured Research on Lyme Encephalopathy
- Bibliography of Neuropsychiatric Lyme
- Carbamazepine in the Treatment of Lyme Disease Induced Hyperacusis
- Functional Brain Imaging and Neuropsychological Testing in Lyme Disease
- Higher Prevalence of Antibodies to Borrelia Burgdorferi in Psychiatric Patients Than in Healthy Subjects
- Late-Stage Neuropsychiatric Lyme Borreliosis: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment
- Lyme Disease: A Neuropsychiatric Illness
- Musical Hallucinations in Patients with Lyme Disease
- The Physician as a Patient: Lyme Disease, Ehrlichiosis, and Babesiosis: A Recounting of a Personal Experience with Tick-Borne Diseases
- Potential uses of Modafinil in Psychiatric Disorders (pdf file)
- Regional Cerebral Blood Flow and Cognitive Deficits in Chronic Lyme Disease
- Seasonal Correlation of Sporadic Schizophrenia to Ixodes Ticks and Lyme Borreliosis
- The Underdiagnosis of Neuropsychiatric Lyme Disease in Children and Adults
- The Neuropsychiatric Assessment of Lyme Disease By Robert Bransfield, M.D.
- Articles by Leo J. Shea III, Ph.D. and Judith G. Leventhal, Ph.D.
- Neuropsychological Evaluation & Treatment Services, P.C.
The following articles are available: “The Role of Neuropsychology in children with Lyme Disease,” “Neuropsychological Testing: It’s Role in Lyme Disease,” “Brain Injury and Lyme Disease: Top Ten Reasons to Think Spirochete,” and “Protecting Your Family From Lyme Disease.”
- Articles by Virginia Sherr, M.D.
- The Human Side of Lyme
- Lyme Disease, Comorbid Tick-Borne Diseases, and Neuropsychiatric Disorders
- Do Bartonella Infections Cause Agitation, Panic Disorder, and Treatment-Resistant Depression?
- Understanding the Puzzle of Chronic Lyme
- Coughs and Sneezes Spread Mind Diseases
- Two Opposing Camps Offer Insight Into Treatment of Neurologic Lyme Disease
- Brain Scans Distinguish Lyme Disease From Primary Psychiatric Disorders
- The psychological effects of Lyme disease
- Teen Angst or Depression?
- Naturopathic perspective on the assessment and treatment of Lyme-associated autism
- Neurological Impairment Seen in Patients Given Lymerix
- Lyme disease victims find new hope in study on Cape
- Amy Tan, Ticked Off About Lyme
- A Disease in Disguise
- Diseases of the Mind
- Brain Imaging
- Treatment of Lyme Disease
- Lyme Disease and Psychiatric Disorders
- Psychiatric and neuropsychological aspects of Lyme Disease
- Testimonies of Brian Fallon, M.D. and Carolyn Britton, M.D.
- Testimony of Robert Bransfield, M.D.
- Spirochetes may “love the brain to death”
- Summary of Neurologic Lyme Disease Presentations
- Lyme Disease vs. Somatoform Disorders
- Psychiatric Aspects of LD & the Use of SPECT Imaging
- Seronegative Chronic Meningoencephalomyelitis in LD
- Lyme Disease and the Clinical Spectrum of Antibiotic-Responsive Chronic Meningoencephalomyelitides
- Lyme Disease vs. Depression vs. Somatization: Cognitive Tests & Functional Imaging
- Neurofeedback and Lyme Disease: A Clinical Application of the Five Phase Model of CNS Functional Transformation
- Bipolar Odyssey
- Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Other Infectious Diseases.
- Columbia Lyme Interviews
- The Human Side of Lyme
- Lyme Induced Autism
- The Whole Brain Atlas Spect Scan
- Spinal Fluid and Brain Tests for Lyme Disease
Brooke, on Lyme, Suicide and the Invisible Knife in our Backs
“What does Lyme Disease Feel Like?” Touching post by Jon Rothberg
Suicide in the Lyme Community Even Spreads to Family Members
Lyme and Suicide, A Problem Ignored
What it is like to Lose a Friend to Suicide because of Lyme Disease