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Alcohol Withdrawal

Volume 22, Number 1, 1998

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5 Introduction to Alcohol Withdrawal

Richard Saitz

47 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Does Alcohol Withdrawal Play a Role?

Jennifer D. Thomas and Edward P. Riley

13 Neurochemical Mechanisms Underlying Alcohol Withdrawal

John Littleton

54 Alcohol Hangover: Mechanisms and Mediators

Robert Swift and Dena Davidson

25 Kindling in Alcohol Withdrawal

Howard C. Becker

61 Complications of Alcohol Withdrawal: Pathophysiological Insights

Louis A. Trevisan, Nashaat Boutros, Ismene L. Petrakis, and John H. Krystal

34 Electrophysiological Changes After Repeated Alcohol Withdrawal

Larry P. Gonzalez

67 Disturbances of the Stress Response: The Role of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis During Alcohol Withdrawal and Abstinence

Bryon Adinoff, Ali Iranmanesh, Johannes Veldhuis, and Lisa Fisher

38 Treatment of Alcohol Withdrawal

Hugh Myrick and Raymond F. Anton

73 Prevalence, Trends, and Incidence of Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms: Analysis of General Population and Clinical Samples

Raul Caetano, Catherine L. Clark, and Thomas K. Greenfield

44 An Overview of Outpatient and Inpatient Detoxification

Motoi Hayashida

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