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The paper presents investigation of 70 lonely patients and 170 patients living in family (older than 60 years old). Clinical characteristics (nosologic entity, syndrome) and demographic (sex, age), social-economic (housing living conditions, income) were considered. Lonely patients were younger, they had worse social, living conditions; women,(More)
  • V F Druz'
  • Zhurnal nevropatologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S…
  • 1984
Clinical and sociopsychological studies of 28 families have shown that the familial status and role of elderly schizophrenics are usually higher than in young patients which depends not only on the clinical course, the age at the onset of the disease and its duration but also on the structure of the family and on how well the relatives understand the nature(More)
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