ANXIETY DISORDERS IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: SIGNIFICANCE OF OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER COMORBIDITY

@inproceedings{Shabani2007ANXIETYDI,
  title={ANXIETY DISORDERS IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: SIGNIFICANCE OF OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER COMORBIDITY},
  author={Amir Shabani and Jafar Attari Moghadam and Leily Panaghi and Arshia Seddigh},
  year={2007}
}
BACKGROUND: Considering reports on the associations of symptoms of anxiety disorders with multiple sclerosis (MS), this study aimed to 1) further evaluate various anxiety disorders systematically presenting in patients with MS and 2) compare the results with a control group. METHODS: To assess anxiety disorders in patients with MS in a case-control study, 85 registered patients in the Iranian Multiple Sclerosis Society (IMSS) were randomly selected according to the inclusion criteria. A group… CONTINUE READING

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