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somatic:dsm-iv:somatisation-disorder [2019/03/12 17:41]
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somatic:dsm-iv:somatisation-disorder [2020/04/30 22:17] (current)
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-~~NOTOC~~ 
 ====== Somatisation Disorder ====== ====== Somatisation Disorder ======
 +{{INLINETOC}}
 ===== Primer ===== ===== Primer =====
 <callout type="​danger"​ title="​Obsolete DSM-IV-TR Diagnosis"​ icon="​true">​This diagnosis no longer exists in the DSM-5. It has been replaced with [[somatic:​dsm-5:​somatic-symptom]].</​callout>​ <callout type="​danger"​ title="​Obsolete DSM-IV-TR Diagnosis"​ icon="​true">​This diagnosis no longer exists in the DSM-5. It has been replaced with [[somatic:​dsm-5:​somatic-symptom]].</​callout>​
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-==== Criterion C ====+== Criterion C ==
 Either (1) or (2):  Either (1) or (2): 
   - after appropriate investigation,​ each of the symptoms in Criterion B cannot be fully explained by a known general medical condition or the direct effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) ​   - after appropriate investigation,​ each of the symptoms in Criterion B cannot be fully explained by a known general medical condition or the direct effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) ​
   - when there is a related general medical condition, the physical complaints or resulting social or occupational impairment are in excess of what would be expected from the history, physical examination,​ or laboratory findings ​   - when there is a related general medical condition, the physical complaints or resulting social or occupational impairment are in excess of what would be expected from the history, physical examination,​ or laboratory findings ​
  
-==== Criterion D ==== +== Criterion D == 
-The symptoms are not intentionally feigned or produced (as in [[somatic:​dsm-5:​factitious|factitious disorder]] or [[teaching:advanced:​malingering|malingering]]).+The symptoms are not intentionally feigned or produced (as in [[somatic:​dsm-5:​factitious|factitious disorder]] or [[teaching:​malingering|malingering]]).
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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