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Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a heterogenous disorder with different clinical presentations. The most common symptoms are those that involve contamination, possible harm, ordering/symmetry, aggressive/sexual/religious concerns and hoarding. A variety of less common symptoms have been described. Unusual OCD symptoms may lead to misdiagnosis,(More)
The bacterium Clostridium chauvoei causes disease in certain animals, most frequently in cattle and sheep. It occurs rarely in pigs, while equines and poultry appear to be resistant to infection. Two cases are presented in which C. chauvoei was isolated from disease of complex aetiology in hens. In Case I, 15-week-old light hybrid chickens were affected(More)
The aim of this research is to look into the roles of families' social situation and cohesion in adolescent auto-aggressiveness in Croatia. The research was conducted on a sample of Zagreb high school students which encompassed 701 pupils of both genders aged 14-19. The basic demographic data were obtained using the Structured Demographic and Family Data(More)
Atypical antipsychotics are prescribed frequently for the treatment of psychotic, disruptive behaviour, personality, mood and pervasive developmental disorders, irritability in autism and learning difficulties in children and adolescents (Adityanjee et al. 2008; DeHert et al. 2011; Zuddas et al. 2011). Besides selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors(More)
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