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Neuropsychiatric syndromes associated with stroke: review of the literature. To review the main neuropsychiatric syndromes associated with stroke, their clinical features, impact over functional recovery, therapeutics, putative relations to stroke pathophysiology and, when possible, to contextualize them to the Brazilian reality.
According to the proposed objectives, we reviewed the stroke-related syndromes characterized by depression, anxiety, emotional lability, irritability, anger, catastrophic reaction, apathy, dementia, mania and psychosis.
These findings emphasize the lack of information on the therapeutic management of neuropsychiatric complications secondary to stroke, especially considering the burden on public health represented by cerebrovascular diseases. Following the improvement in the survival rates with the early strategies to stroke, the advancement of knowledge on neuropsychiatric disorders seem to have the greatest potential to improve the quality of life of patients affected by stroke.
Key words: Stroke; cerebrovascular disease; neuropsychiatry; depression; anxiety; dementia. Angelelli et al. Uma coorte de 4. Segundo Robinson et al.
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