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Archive » 2013 » 3 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Psychiatry »

Neurobiological Meaning of Autoanamnestic Data from a Patient with Alcohol Addiction

 
Abstract:

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With the ever changing knowledge of brain neurobiology we are more and more capable of explaining what is going on in the brain of a person with a dependence. Nowadays dependent people are not as frequently marginalised as they were in the past, but all too frequently their state is poorly recognised or missed. Neurobiology gives us the opportunity to see a dependent person from a strictly scientific point of view. In our paper we thus describe a person with alcohol dependence and then try to translate his story with help from a »neurobiological dictionary«.

Authors:
Kragelj Grega, Rus - Makovec Maja

Keywords:
alcohol, addiction, neurobiology, clinical practice

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 2013; 52: 395–406.
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