DSM-IV-TR


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DSM-IV-TR

 
a text revision of the dsm-iv published in 2000, incorporating changes in diagnostic criteria for tourette's syndrome, dementia of the alzheimer type, dementia due to other medical conditions, personality change due to a general medical condition, exhibitionism, frotteurism, pedophilia, sexual sadism, and voyeurism.

DSM-IV-TR

a text revision of the DSM-IV published in 2000, incorporating changes in diagnostic criteria for Tourette's syndrome, Alzheimer-type dementia, dementia caused by other medical conditions, personality change as a result of a general medical condition, exhibitionism, frotteurism, pedophilia, sexual sadism, and voyeurism.
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One study of patients meeting criteria for DSM-IV-TR mixed episodes evaluated a mood stabilizer alone versus a mood stabilizer combined with an atypical antipsychotic.
El DSM-IV-TR unicamente consideraba los diagnosticos de sindrome de Tourette y trastornos por tics pasajeros o cronicos, mientras que en el DSM-5 aparece la categoria trastornos motores, que abarca el trastorno de coordinacion, el trastorno por movimientos estereotipados y el trastorno por tics, en el que quedan incluidos el sindrome de Tourette y los trastornos por tics (1).
Besides this, there are studies on the literature investigating the internal structure of both the MCMI (Cuevas, Garcia, Aluja, & Garcia, 2008; Rossi, Elklit, & Simonsen, 2010) and the DSM-IV-TR (Huprich, Schmitt, Richard, Chelminski, & Zimmerman, 2010) through factor analysis.
Essa associacao sustenta-se na similaridade conceitual entre a tipologia definida pelo DSM-IV-TR sobre os mecanismos de defesa e o conceito de resiliencia como processo, bem como em funcao da natureza qualitativa e exploratoria do presente estudo.
The findings suggested that estimates of the number of children with ASD might be lower using the current DSM-5 criteria than using the previous DSM-IV-TR criteria.
7% of children diagnosed on the autism spectrum under DSM-IV-TR criteria will no longer meet the requirements for ASD under the DSM-5.
Disproportionate diagnostic rates for females in some disorder categories are consistent among findings by a variety of helping profession researchers (including counselors) and by research cited in the DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association, 2000; Schwartz et al.
The criteria sets and narrative portions for each disorder are much more specific than in DSM-IV-TR regarding how symptoms present for children, adolescents, and adults.
In 1 case a DSM-IV-TR diagnosis of adjustment disorder with depressed mood, which developed after the HUS, was made.
However, the advent of self-report questionnaires related to specific DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association, 2000) anxiety disorder symptoms helped to refine screenings instruments of specific child and adolescent anxiety disorder symptoms (Myers & Winters, 2002).
The APA's DSM-IV-TR established criteria to be utilized by medical professionals when diagnosing ADHD.