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Comorbidity In Psychiatry

Comorbidity In Psychiatry

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Broaching the subject of changing behaviors can be daunting. Motivational interviewing may make these conversations easier.

Overlap of different phenotypic expressions in psychiatric disorders.

What is the clinical response to the occasional presence of psychotic symptoms among patients with eating disorders?

The involvement of a psychiatrist early in the care of patients addicted to opioids may prevent further abuse. Here's why.

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Because over half of persons with HIV infection have a lifetime history of depression or bipolar disorder, psychiatrists are uniquely positioned to provide both preventive and therapeutic interventions to vulnerable patients.

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Personality disorders are arguably the most challenging for psychiatrists because they are difficult to diagnose and frequently coexist with psychotic, affective, and anxiety disorders.

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An overview of the interface between HIV/AIDS infection and mental illness.

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