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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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He further said about the depressive side effect that 22 percent coronary heart disease (CHD) patients suffer major depression and unknown anxiety disorder.
KARACHI -- Marriages among cousins and within clans are one of the major causes of genetic disorders in the country.
Antisocial personality disorder is associated with receipt of physical disability benefits in substance abuse treatment patients.
"Genetic disorders resulting from husband and wife having the same gene disorders contribute by 51% of the total number of genetic disorders recorded in the Sultanate compared to 28.3% for the chromosomal disorder, he fathered.
Starting in May, binge-eating disorder is officially recognized.
For the study, the researchers examined the association between individuals with mood and anxiety disorders with non-medical prescription opioid use and opioid disorder.
Table I shows the lifetime prevalence of mental disorders. The lifetime prevalence for any disorder was 30.3%; 11.2% of respondents had two or more lifetime disorders and 3.5% had three or more lifetime disorders.
Indeed, 26 of the first 100 adults admitted in 2008 to the Cleveland Clinic Center for Mood Disorders at Lutheran Hospital with the diagnosis of a primary mood disorder proved upon closer scrutiny to instead have a primary anxiety disorder, thought disorder, or personality disorder, according to Dr.
Chang believes early psychotherapy and medication might prevent prodromal bipolar disorder from fully developing.
"Anxiety disorder comorbidity is common and often begins prior to depression, often at an early age." said Dr.
Many people with serious eating disorders seek mental-health care only after they are pressured into it by concerned clinicians, family, friends, and employers.
"I realized I had an eating disorders after I chipped my tooth while binge-eating," says Jamie Mattson, a 24-year-old gay Seattle man.