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When the illness begins before or soon after puberty, it is often characterized by a continuous, rapid-cycling, irritable, and mixed symptom state that may co-occur with disruptive behavior disorders, particularly attention deficit [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] disorder (ADHD) or conduct disorder (CD), or may have features of these disorders as initial symptoms.
Each term on the A-list is associated with all B-terms that co-occur with it in the AAB records.
3% in The Times -- co-occur with unmarked Themes (or those fronting a subject participant) only.
1% of Times "marked" Equatives co-occur with Modals; 22.
This master reference, developed by a team of nationally known and respected researchers, clinicians, and program directors, is the first comprehensive handbook that provides a full treatment of all the most common psychiatric conditions that typically co-occur with substance use disorders.
In other words, substance use problems in young people co-occur with at least one psychiatric problem such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, bipolar, eating disorders, cutting and others that complicate recovery.
SAN DIECO -- Mood or anxiety disorders, drug dependence, and nicotine dependence that co-occur with alcohol dependence can have negative effects on the long-term persistence of alcohol dependence.
She presents a cross-cultural view of depression in new mothers, with information on the impact of depression on the health of the mother and infant and on conditions that may co-occur with postpartum depression.
Kroenke's findings, which highlight best practices in the identification and treatment of psychiatric conditions, particularly those that co-occur with medical conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic pain, have been incorporated into Magellan's behavioral care management programs.
The conference will raise awareness of the common and deadly combinations of eating disorders that co-occur with substance abuse and trauma," said Dr.