Persistent psychotic disorder in an adolescent with a past history of butane gas dependence

  title={Persistent psychotic disorder in an adolescent with a past history of butane gas dependence},
  author={In-Kwa Jung and Heon-Jeong Lee and Bang-Hyun Cho},
  journal={European Psychiatry},
  pages={519 - 520}
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This chapter summarizes extant research on etiology and clinical practices pertaining to inhalant use and abuse and summarizes existing research on prevention or treatment programs specifically for inhalant abuse.
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Inhalant abuse remains the least-studied form of substance abuse, although research on its epidemiology, neurobiology, treatment, and prevention has accelerated in recent years.
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