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Prevalence of Depression in People Living with HIV/AIDS Undergoing ART and Factors Associated with it.
BACKGROUND HIV/AIDS is one of the most devastating illnesses that humans have ever faced. Depression in HIV/AIDS patients is very common but the factors affecting it are not well studied. AIMS ANDExpand
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Dhat syndrome--a useful diagnostic entity in Indian culture.
  • M. Bhatia, S. C. Malik
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The British journal of psychiatry : the journal…
  • 1 November 1991
In a prospective study of 144 consecutive male patients with psychosexual disorders, comprising 93 with Dhat syndrome with or without impotence or premature ejaculation, 21 with prematureExpand
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Delusional Parasitosis: A Clinical Profile
Objective: Delusional parasitosis is a form of monohypochondriacal psychosis, a condition sometimes encountered in psychiatric or primary care practice. The outcome of this condition is not wellExpand
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Study of neurocognitive endophenotypes in drug‐naïve obsessive–compulsive disorder patients, their first‐degree relatives and healthy controls
Rajender G, Bhatia MS, Kanwal K, Malhotra S, Singh TB, Chaudhary D. Study of neurocognitive endophenotypes in drug‐naïve obsessive–compulsive disorder patients, their first‐degree relatives andExpand
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Prevalence of stress among resident doctors working in Medical Colleges of Delhi.
The present cross-sectional study was conducted from November 2007 to December 2008 in four medical colleges and associated hospitals of Delhi. Study subjects comprised 930 resident doctors. TheExpand
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Sleep patterns of urban school-going adolescents.
OBJECTIVE To analyze the variance in sleep habits of adolescents of different high school Grades in urban India. DESIGN Cross-sectional questionnaire-based study. SETTING Community based schoolExpand
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Family caregivers' burden: A hospital based study in 2010 among cancer patients from Delhi.
BACKGROUND A large number of patients with chronic diseases like, cancer are cared for in homes by the family members in India. The vital role that these family members play as "caregivers" is wellExpand
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Quality of Life of Parents having Children with Developmental Disabilities
Background: There are known limitations in functioning of children with developmental disabilities which result in requirements for long term care far exceeding the usual needs of children as theyExpand
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Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity among paediatric outpatients.
Out of 1,000 children (aged 3-12 years) screened in a paediatric outpatient department over a 3 1/2-year period, 112 were found to have attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity (ADDH). TheExpand
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Recurrent headache in Indian adolescents
ObjectiveTo analyze the epidemiology and characteristics of primary recurrent headaches in Indian adolescents.MethodsThis cross sectional study was conducted in three urban public schools.Expand
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