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[Sexual health symptoms and problems in a population of patients in a day hospital for neurotic disorders].

  title={[Sexual health symptoms and problems in a population of patients in a day hospital for neurotic disorders].},
  author={Jerzy Sobański and Łukasz M{\"u}ldner-Nieckowski and Katarzyna Klasa and Krzysztof Rutkowski and Edyta Dembińska},
  journal={Psychiatria polska},
  volume={46 1},
AIM Analysis of prevalence of symptoms and problems connected with sexuality in patients admitted to a day hospital for neurotic and behavioral disorders' treatment. METHOD The results of diagnostics of 2582 women and 1347 men, admitted for psychotherapy in a day hospital, because of neurotic, behavioral and personality disorders. RESULTS Symptoms from the sexuality area revealed themselves to be frequent in the population of patients entering psychotherapy in a day hospital for neurotic… 
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