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    Epilepsia e transtornos mentais relacionados
    (2019) MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz; GALLUCCI NETO, José; LINS, Thiago Viegas Gomes
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    A entrevista clínica psiquiátrica
    (2019) MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz; GALLUCCI NETO, José; CROCI, Marcos Signoretti; BRAñAS, Marcelo José Abduch Adas
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    Consciência e atenção
    (2021) NOGUEIRA, Juliana Hangai Vaz Guimarães; MAZZOCO, Marina Flaborea; DIAS, Yuri Tebelskis Nunes; GALLUCCI NETO, José; MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz
  • article 18 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Psychoses of epilepsy: A study comparing the clinical features of patients with focal versus generalized epilepsies
    (2011) ARAUJO FILHO, Gerardo Maria de; SILVA, Joyce Macedo da; MAZETTO, Lenon; MARCHETTI, Renato Luis; YACUBIAN, Elza Marcia T.
    In the literature, psychosis of epilepsy (POE) has been described as one of the most frequent psychiatric comorbidities of epilepsy, occurring particularly in association with temporal lobe epilepsy. However, the presence of such psychiatric disorders among patients with idiopathic generalized epilepsies has also been mentioned. In this study, we evaluated the clinical features of psychotic disorders in a series of patients with temporal lobe epilepsy related to mesial temporal sclerosis (TLE-MTS) and juvenile myoclonic epilepsy with the aim of describing and comparing the clinical patterns of the psychotic symptoms in such frequent and important epilepsy syndromes. POE occurred most frequently in patients with TLE-MTS (P=0.01), but no differences were observed between the groups with respect to the subtypes and core symptoms of psychoses. The clinical implications of POE in both epilepsy syndromes are discussed.
  • article 0 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Electroconvulsive therapy for mania associated with Wilson disease: Improvement in psychiatric and motor symptoms
    (2021) BOZUTTI, L. Antonio; GALLUCCI-NETO, J.; MARCHETTI, R. Luiz
  • article 8 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Ictal SPECT in Psychogenic Nonepileptic and Epileptic Seizures
    (2021) GALLUCCI-NETO, Jose; BRUNONI, Andre Russowsky; ONO, Carla Rachel; FIORE, Lia Arno; CASTRO, Luiz Henrique Martins; MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz
    Background: Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) are a common and debilitating problem in patients with epilepsy. They can be virtually indistinguishable from epileptic seizures, demanding video-electroencaphalogram monitoring, which is costly and not widely available, for differential diagnosis. Specific functional brain correlates of PNES have not been demonstrated so far. We hypothesized that PNES and epileptic seizures have distinct brain activation patterns, assessed by functional neuroimaging during ictal events of both conditions. Objective: Compare ictal brain activation patterns of PNES and epileptic seizures using single-photon emission computerized tomography. Methods: We prospectively assessed brain functional activation using single-photon emission computerized tomography 99mTc-ethyl cysteinate dimer in 26 patients with PNES, confirmed by trained psychiatrists in epileptology, who had their seizures induced by provocative tests compared with 22 age- and sex-matched subjects with temporal lobe epilepsy who underwent prolonged intensive video-electroencaphalogram monitoring. Results: In PNES patients compared with temporal lobe epilepsy group, we found a consistent increase in regional cerebral blood flow in the right precuneus (Brodmann area 7; P = 0.003) and right posterior cingulate cortex (Brodmann area 31; P = 0.001), as well as a decrease in regional cerebral blood flow in the right amygdala (P = 0.027). Conclusions: Activation of default mode network brain areas and temporoparietal junction may be a distinct feature of ictal PNES and could be explained by a disruption between movement prediction input and sensory outcome. Such information mismatch might be the neurobiological underpinning of dissociative episodes.
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    Who's afraid Virginia Woolf?: psychopathology, time and creativity in Mrs. Dalloway
    (2011) CORDAS, Taki Athanassios; MARCHETRI, Renato Luiz
    Background: There is a growing interest in the relationship between mental illness, mainly bipolar disorder and creativity. Objectives: To explore the presence of aspects linked to the personal life and medical history in the literary works written by English writer Virginia Woolf, who suffered from bipolar disorder. Methods: One of her most important books, Miss Dalloway, was used as a means of research. This book is often cited as paradigmatic of the modern novel. Results: The exploration of concepts such as inner time and aspects of delusion periods of the illness are described and analyzed in the context of psychopathology. Discussion: The artistic brilliance of using personal experiences during periods of her illness in Miss Dalloway not only praises the work of Virginia Woolf, as it opens an interesting example to study the relationship between art, mental illness, yet little explored in the work of the author.
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    Epilepsia e crises não epilépticas psicogênicas
    (2015) MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz; GALLUCCI NETO, José
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    Transtornos mentais associados à epilepsia
    (2023) LINS, Thiago Viegas Gomes; CHENAUD NETO, Paulo; MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz
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    Anamnese psiquiátrica no adulto
    (2021) SANT, Renato Del; MARCHETTI, Renato Luiz