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Long-term outcomes of obsessive-compulsive disorder: follow-up of 142 children and adolescents

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Heyman, I
Perez, M
Hilton, K
Nakatani, E
Turner, C
Mataix-Cols, D
Published in British Journal of Psychiatry. 2010, vol. 197, no. 2, p. 128-134
Abstract Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) often starts in childhood and adolescence and can be a chronic disorder with high persistence rates. There are few prospective long-term follow-up studies.
Keywords AdolescentAge of OnsetAnxiety Disorders/epidemiologyChildChronic DiseaseComorbidityFemaleFollow-Up StudiesHealth Services Needs and DemandHumansInterviewPsychologicalMaleMental Health Services/statistics & numerical dataMood Disorders/epidemiologyObsessive-Compulsive Disorder/epidemiology/psychology/therapyPsychiatric Status Rating ScalesPsychologyAdolescentPsychologyChildPsychotherapyQuality of LifeRisk FactorsSeverity of Illness IndexTime Factors
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PMID: 20679265
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Research group Troubles de l'alimentation, des comportements alimentaires et autres troubles associés (996)
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MICALI, Nadia et al. Long-term outcomes of obsessive-compulsive disorder: follow-up of 142 children and adolescents. In: British Journal of Psychiatry, 2010, vol. 197, n° 2, p. 128-134. doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.109.075317 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:129109

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