neurosis

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a mental or personality disturbance not attributable to any known neurological or organic dysfunction

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The prevalence of diagnosis for mood disorders (F30-F39) and neurotic disorders, stress-related disorders and somatoform disorders (F40-F48), was also found in studies with Federal and State civil servants from other regions of the country (18,21,23,35,36), predominantly female, with the exception of mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use, prevalent in males (23), which was also observed in this study.
Through her confessions and actions, traces of neurotic disorders resulting from fixation of her primordial desires are discovered.
Available evidence supports the first possibility of the under-reporting by Indian epidemiological studies because of poor sensitivity of the screening instrument, high-risk populations (children and adolescents, elderly) were not assessed, neurotic disorders and substance use disorders were not assessed adequately, stigma and single informant method would have lead to under-reporting.
Of these 328 suffered from PTSD, 227 from other neurotic disorders and 373 from mood disorders.
Of these, 328 suffered from PTSD, 227 from other neurotic disorders and 373 from mood disorders.
It is believed to be the cause of various kinds of cancer, neurotic disorders and birth deformities.
10 Table 3 Diagnosis of Asian, White, and Black groups Diagnoses Asian White Black n=163 n=596 n=144 Schizophrenic/Delusional disorders 56(34) 166(28) 88(61) Bipolar disorder 23(14) 57(10) 35(25) Depression 40(25) 192(32) 2(1) Neurotic disorders 5(3) 17(3) 1(0.
A new study suggests that people who rent rather than own their apartments and do not own cars are more likely to suffer from neurotic disorders such as anxiety.
Professor Hubert Lacey, professor of psychiatry at St Georges Hospital in Tooting, South London, said: "There is no higher rate of sexual abuse as a child in bulimia nervosa patients than in other neurotic disorders.
Table 11 Female Sentenced Prisoners Ordinarily Resident Oversease: Psychiatric Diagnoses Diagnosis n % Neurotic disorders 10 28 neurosis (6) (17) adjustment reaction (4) (11) Drug dependence/abuse 1 3 No diagnosis 25 69 Total 36 100
3 percent increase from the year 2000 in the number of days employees were absent from work due to anxiety, stress and neurotic disorders.
Neurotic disorders (ND) were studied according to special methodic recommendation developed in Scientific-Research Institute of General and Forensic Psychiatry named after Serbski (1988, 1991) (Alexandrovski, 1993).