substance-related disorder


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substance-related disorder

Any disorder related to drug abuse or the effects of medication. Substances include alcohol, amphetamines, anxiolytics, cannabis, cocaine, hallucinogens, hypnotics, inhalants, methamphetamine, nicotine, opioids, phencyclidine (PCP), and sedatives.
See: abuse, substance; substance dependence disorder; substance-induced disorder
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DSM-IV-TR Prevalence of Mood, Psychotic, Adjustment, and Childhood Disorder Diagnoses According to Gender Disorder Prevalence Bipolar I disorder F = M Bipolar II disorder F > M Major depressive disorder F > M Dysthymic disorder F > M Schizophrenia M > F Adjustment disorder F > M Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder M > F Conduct disorder M > F Oppositional defiant disorder M > F Substance-related disorder M > F F denotes female; M denotes male.
Similarly, whereas 5% of women with no diagnosis bore an infant who was low-birth-weight (less than 2,500 g), the proportion was 10-18% among those with a diagnosis; for very low birth weight (less than 1,500 g), the proportion was 1% for those with no documented disorder and 3% for women with a psychiatric or substance-related disorder or both.
About 9% of white adolescents and, adolescents of multiple race/ethnicity had a substance-related disorder, while about 8% of Hispanics, 5% of African Americans, and less than 4% of Asians or Pacific Islanders met the criteria for such a disorder.
2% with any anxiety, depressive or substance-related disorder, respectively); the mean age of onset for participants with a disorder before 18 years of age was 12.
The purpose of this study was to investigate how race affected mental health counselor diagnoses for clients presenting with specific syndromes: the research question posed was, "Do mental health counselors diagnose African Americans or Euro-Americans disproportionately more often with adjustment disorders, substance-related disorders, or childhood disorders?
In multivariate models adjusting for participant demographic characteristics and socio-economic status (Table IV), a previous HIV test was more common among individuals with any depressive, anxiety or substance-related disorder.
used a standardized testing tool to gauge the presence of a substance-related disorder (SRD) as a means to determine whether some college students could be hooked on tanning.
Clients presenting for mental health counseling frequently have co-existing or secondary substance-related disorders.
The newly-released Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-V) has divided substance-related disorders into substance use disorders and substance induced disorders.
Drug testing is a crucial component of diagnosis and treatment of substance-related disorders.
Beneficiaries include people with mental illness, developmental disabilities, chronic alcoholism and other substance-related disorders, Alzheimer's disease and related dementia and those with traumatic brain injury.
For example, while chapter 1 deals with prevalence issues, chapter 2 is focused on the clinical presentation of substance-related disorders, and in relation to mental disorders.

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