This text aims to provide the reader with a variety of clinical tools to facilitate a comprehensive differential diagnosis. DSM-IV is most easily accessed when looking up information about a particular disorder. This handbook provides a symptom-based perspective on DSM-IV, helping to guide the clinician when faced with the everday task of formulating a differential diagnosis given a particular presenting symptom. This handbook includes a presentation and discussion of the six basic steps in differential diagnosis that must ...

DSM-IV Handbook of Differential Diagnosis 1995, American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780880484312

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