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MA (Cantab) MB BS FRCPsych FAPA FBPsS CPsychol Hon. FCINP Emeritus Consultant and Honorary Research Professor Second Opinion Approved Doctor Long-st...

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  • Question about Anxiety disorder

    What are the symptoms of Anxiety Disorder?

    It is appropriate for people to be anxious when they are experiencing a threat of some sort. When normal anxiety crosses the boundary to become a recognised clinical condition is now usually established by the diagnostic criteria in the International Classification of Diseases 10th edition – ICD 10.

    An alternative diagnostic scheme is that provided by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. The fifth edition of this became operative in May 2013 (DSM-5). The earlier version DSM-IV TR is quite close to the present classification (TR standing for text revision). Both ICD-10 and DSM -IV are available on the Internet. DSM-5 is not currently available except by buying the (expensive) manual.

    The conditions which you might like to consider are; Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, and phobic disorders
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    Prof Malcolm Weller

    Prof. Malcolm Weller

  • Question about Personality disorders

    What is the difference between Bipolar and OCD?

    The 2 conditions can coexist but the diagnostic criteria are very different, cf ICD-10

    Prof. Malcolm Weller

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About me

MA (Cantab) MB BS FRCPsych FAPA FBPsS CPsychol Hon. FCINP Emeritus Consultant and Honorary Research Professor Second Opinion Approved Doctor Long-st...

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Treated diseases


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  • Neuropsychiatry