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DSM-IV-Tr Case Studies : A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis

DSM-IV-Tr Case Studies : A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis - 01 edition

DSM-IV-Tr Case Studies : A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis - 01 edition

ISBN13: 9781585620555

ISBN10: 1585620556

DSM-IV-Tr Case Studies : A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis by Allen J. Frances and Ruth Ross - ISBN 9781585620555
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 01
Copyright: 2000
Publisher: American Psychiatric Press Inc.
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DSM-IV-Tr Case Studies : A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis by Allen J. Frances and Ruth Ross - ISBN 9781585620555

ISBN13: 9781585620555

ISBN10: 1585620556

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 01

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Summary

"DSM-IV-TR Case Studies: A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis will help the reader gain an understanding of how to use DSM-IV-TR in actual clinical situations. This book, coauthored by Allen Frances, Chair of the Task Force on DSM-IV, translates the clinical concepts and terminology of DSM-IV-TR into vivid three-dimensional examples, to help the clinician take full advantage of the DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria. The case studies bring to life the process of differential diagnosis and illustrate how important this process can be for treatment planning." "This casebook follows the organizational pattern of DSM-IV-TR and provides examples of the most commonly encountered disorders." DSM-IV-TR Case Studies: A Clinical Guide to Differential Diagnosis will help students and clinicians become familiar with the symptoms that make up each DSM-IV-TR diagnosis. A good understanding of, and memory for, the symptoms that define the most commonly encountered diagnoses will improve interviewing and diagnostic techniques. The case studies can serve as easily remembered examples to help the reader recall the criteria sets and will benefit all clinicians who desire to become more comprehensive and accurate interviewers.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence p. 1
Delirium, Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders p. 33
Substance-Related Disorders p. 57
Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders p. 73
Mood Disorders p. 109
Anxiety Disorders p. 155
Somatoform Disorders p. 191
Factitious Disorders p. 213
Dissociative Disorders p. 219
Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders p. 225
Eating Disorders p. 239
Sleep Disorders p. 249
Impulse-Control Disorders Not Elsewhere Classified p. 261
Adjustment Disorders p. 269
Personality Disorders p. 277
Medication-Induced Movement Disorders p. 321
Test Yourself p. 327
Afterword p. 351
Index p. 353
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