Психические расстройства при эпилепсии в современных классификациях

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Усюкина М.В., Лаврущик М.В. Психические расстройства при эпилепсии в современных классификациях // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2019. №1. С. 58-67.

Аннотация

В научном обзоре с целью систематизации новых классификационных подходов к психическим расстройствам вследствие эпилепсии проведён анализ российских и зарубежных публикаций, посвящённых современным представлениям о диагностике эпилепсии и её роли в международных классификациях. Представлена новая международная классификация эпилепсий и эпилептических приступов, где введено понятие «коморбидные состояния». Рассматривается значение различных психических расстройств при эпилепсии и их квалификация. Проанализирована структура разделов МКБ-11, посвящённых эпилепсии и нейрокогнитивным расстройствам, а также особенностям их диагностических критериев в МКБ-11 и DSM-5.

Ключевые слова эпилепсия, психические расстройства, международные классификации

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