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What are the tests for adjustment disorder?

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Dr. Robert Woods
Psychiatry
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In brief: Clnical Evaluation

As with most psychiatric illnesses, diagnosis is made by completing a through clinical evaluation including history of presenting symptoms (hopefully from the patient), past medical, psychiatric, and psychosocial histories.
Information from family and friends can also be useful when available. The examiner must determine if criteria based upon the dsm-iv-tr are met before assigning a diagnosis.

In brief: Clnical Evaluation

As with most psychiatric illnesses, diagnosis is made by completing a through clinical evaluation including history of presenting symptoms (hopefully from the patient), past medical, psychiatric, and psychosocial histories.
Information from family and friends can also be useful when available. The examiner must determine if criteria based upon the dsm-iv-tr are met before assigning a diagnosis.
Dr. Robert Woods
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