Demographic variables, clinical aspects, and medicolegal implications in a population of patients with adjustment disorder.

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INTRODUCTION Although adjustment disorder (AD) is considered as residual diagnosis and receives little attention in research, it plays an important role in clinical practice and also assumes an increasingly important role in the field of legal medicine, where the majority of diagnostic frameworks (eg, mobbing) often refer to AD. Our study aimed to look for… (More)
DOI: 10.2147/NDT.S92637

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@article{Anastasia2016DemographicVC, title={Demographic variables, clinical aspects, and medicolegal implications in a population of patients with adjustment disorder.}, author={Annalisa Anastasia and Chiara Colletti and V. Cuoco and Adele Quartini and Stefania Urso and Raffaella Rinaldi and Giuseppe Bersani}, journal={Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment}, year={2016}, volume={12}, pages={737-43} }