Record number :
2399161
Title of article :
Liver Illness and Psychiatric Patients
Author/Authors :
Carrier، Paul نويسنده Service D’hépato-Gastroentérologie, CHU Limoges, 87042 Limoges Cédex, France , , Debette-Gratien، Marilyne نويسنده Service D’hépato-Gastroentérologie, CHU Limoges, 87042 Limoges Cédex, France , , Girard، Murielle نويسنده Unité D’investigation Clinique, Centre Hospitalier Spécialisé Esquirol, 87042 Limoges, France , , Jacques، Jérémie نويسنده Service D’hépato-Gastroentérologie, CHU Limoges, 87042 Limoges Cédex, France , , Nubukpo، Philippe نويسنده Pôle D’addictologie, Centre Hospitalier Spécialisé Esquirol, 87042 Limoges, France , , Loustaud-Ratti، Véronique نويسنده Service D’hépato-Gastroentérologie, CHU Limoges, 87042 Limoges Cédex, France ,
Issue Information :
ماهنامه با شماره پیاپی 0 سال 2016
Pages :
9
From page :
1
To page :
9
Abstract :
Patients with psychiatric disorders are usually more exposed to multiple somatic illnesses, including liver diseases. Specific links are established between psychiatric disorders and alcohol hepatitis, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C in the population as a whole, and specifically in drug abusers. Metabolic syndrome criteria, and associated steatosis or non-alcoholic steato-hepatitis (NASH) are frequent in patients with chronic psychiatric disorders under psychotropic drugs, and should be screened. Some psychiatric medications, such as neuroleptics, mood stabilizers, and a few antidepressants, are often associated with drug-induced liver injury (DILI). In patients with advanced chronic liver diseases, the prescription of some specific psychiatric treatments should be avoided. Psychiatric disorders can be a limiting factor in the decision-making and following up for liver transplantation.
Journal title :
Hepatitis Monthly
Serial Year :
2016
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