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http://eagle-i.itmat.upenn.edu/i/0000016e-4bd9-8a9b-8174-c0f980000000

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  1. Resource Description
    The BIBC provides: -- Comprehensive neuropsychiatric evaluations of behavioral, affective, and cognitive disorders in patients with brain injuries, including: Personality changes Depression, mania, and other major mood changes Psychotic disturbances Changes of attention, arousal, and cognition -- Referral to other departments and programs for specialized non-psychiatric services, including physical rehabilitation and physical therapy, neurological evaluations and treatment, diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, management of comorbid general medical conditions, and health maintenance. -- Cognitive evaluations, including evaluation of attention and concentration abilities, memory, language, and executive functions. -- Referral for appropriate ancillary studies, including brain imaging studies, pertinent laboratory studies, and neurophysiological studies, and neuropsychological testing when needed. -- Referral for post-acute neurorehabilitation and retraining, vocational rehabilitation, and behavioral management resources. -- Entry into psychiatric treatment options, including psychiatric inpatient admission and psychotherapy when required.
  2. Service Provided by
    Brain Injury Behavior Center
  3. Website(s)
    https://www.med.upenn.edu/bibc/services.html
 
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    Published
  2. contributor
    ggrant (Gregory Grant)
  3. created
    2019-11-08T11:31:29.310-05:00
  4. creator
    ggrant (Gregory Grant)
  5. modified
    2019-11-08T11:31:32.869-05:00
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