Elisa Ribalta

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Self-injurious behaviours (SIB) can provide useful criteria for subtyping heroin-dependent patients, since SIB have been related to an opioid system dysfunction and they hinder patient management. The frequency of nine varieties of moderate/superficial SIB during active heroin use was assessed retrospectively in 164 heroin-dependent patients. A principal(More)
Thirty three heroin dependents (DSM-III-R) attending a naltrexone clinic were assessed to see if their histories of bulimic and non-suicidal self-aggressive behaviours would allow to predict the therapeutic response of the opioid antagonist. Neither these impulsive behaviours non previous suicide attempts or over-doses could predict such a response, which(More)
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