Does "subthreshold" posttraumatic stress disorder have any clinical relevance?

@article{Zlotnick2002DoesP,
  title={Does "subthreshold" posttraumatic stress disorder have any clinical relevance?},
  author={Caron Zlotnick and Carter L. Franklin and Mark Zimmerman},
  journal={Comprehensive psychiatry},
  year={2002},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={
          413-9
        }
}
The present report examined the extent to which subthreshold posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (without lifetime PTSD) and full PTSD are associated with impairment or distress, controlling for comorbidity (i.e., major depression and panic disorder) in a sample of treatment-seeking psychiatric patients. Patients were administered diagnostic interviews and assessed for psychosocial impairment and whether or not they desired treatment for their PTSD symptoms. No significant differences were… CONTINUE READING

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