Bernard Wyszynski, M.D.
Dr. Bernard Wyszynski, M.D., is the Impatient Director and Unit Chief of the Inpatient Psychiatry Unit at Montefiore Medical Center. He received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his residency in neurology and psychiatry at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City.
He specializes in dealing with the behavioral and emotional aspect of neurology and psychiatry. He enjoys teaching residents about those topics and helping patients understand their diagnosis. His clinical interests lie in patient material – what brain functioning tells us about behavioral and emotional problems. He specializes with treatments for depression, psychotic disorders, anxiety problems and disorders, deregulation, and psychopharmacologic medications.
Original Communications in Reviewed Journals:
- Freedman J, O’Dowd M, Wyszynski B. Depression, HIV dementia, delirium, posttraumatic stress disorder (or all of the above) Gen Hosp Psychiatry 16:462-34, 1994
- Wyszynski A. and Wyszynski B.: Treatment of steroid-related depression with fluoxetine in Sjogren’s syndrome with central nervous system involvement: case report. Psychosomatics 34(2):173-1777, 1993
- Merriam A., Wyszynski B, Betzler T. Emotional arousal-induced transient global amnesia.
- Psychosomatics 33 (1): 109-113, 1992
- Wyszynski B. Merriam A, Medalia A, and Lawrence C. Choreoacanthocytosis: report of a case with psychiatric features. Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology 2(2): 137-144, 1989
- Wyszynski B. and Yahr M. Unusual concurrence of myotonia congenital and Wilson’s disease. The Mount Sinai Journal 55(4): 303-8, 1988
- Pleasure D and Wyszynski, B. et al Skeletal muscle calcium metabolism and contractile force a in vitamin deficient chicks. The Journal of Clinical Investigation 64(5): 1157-67, 1979
- Wyszynski, AA and Wyszynski, B.: Manual of Psychiatric Care for the Medically Ill, Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press, 2005
- Wyszynski, AA an Wyszynski, B.: A Case Approach to Medical-Psychatric Practice. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 1996.
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