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(p. 361) The Psychiatrically Undiagnosed Group—Description of the 20 Subjects So Categorized 

(p. 361) The Psychiatrically Undiagnosed Group—Description of the 20 Subjects So Categorized
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(p. 361) The Psychiatrically Undiagnosed Group—Description of the 20 Subjects So Categorized
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Eli Robins M.D.

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10.1093/med-psych/9780195029116.003.0007
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date: 20 November 2019

This chapter focuses on the sample group who were undiagnosed or undiagnosable by the study’s diagnostic criteria. It outlines the definition of ‘psychiatrically undiagnosable’, and reasons for the absence of definitive diagnosis before suggesting diagnoses that were most likely to apply to each case. It presents study records and case notes of each member of the group.

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