Social anxiety disorder: comorbidity and its implications.

  title={Social anxiety disorder: comorbidity and its implications.},
  author={R. Bruce Lydiard},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  volume={62 Suppl 1},
  pages={17-23; discussion 24}
Social anxiety disorder is an extremely common and potentially disabling psychiatric disorder. Generalized social anxiety disorder, a subtype of the disorder, is believed to be the most common and most severe form. It is also the form that is most often associated with other psychiatric disorders. Unless the clinician has a high index of suspicion, social anxiety disorder may remain undetected. The clinical and treatment implications of the most common psychiatric comorbidities associated with… CONTINUE READING

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