Psychiatric illness in inpatients with neurological disorders: patients' views on discussion of emotional problems with neurologists.

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The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity in inpatients with neurological disorders and the extent to which it is detected by neurologists were measured by using a two stage model of psychiatric assessment and from information recorded in the patients' medical notes. The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity was estimated as 39%, of which 72% was unrecognised… (More)

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@article{Bridges1984PsychiatricII, title={Psychiatric illness in inpatients with neurological disorders: patients' views on discussion of emotional problems with neurologists.}, author={K. W. Bridges and David Goldberg}, journal={British medical journal}, year={1984}, volume={289 6446}, pages={656-8} }