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What is dissociative disorder?

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
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In brief: Dissociative DO

Is a form of identity disorder where there there is breakdown of memory, identity, awareness or perception.
Is caused by psychological traumas. Types are: dissociative amnesia, depersonalization do, dissociative fugue & did. Is prevalent in @10% population.

In brief: Dissociative DO

Is a form of identity disorder where there there is breakdown of memory, identity, awareness or perception.
Is caused by psychological traumas. Types are: dissociative amnesia, depersonalization do, dissociative fugue & did. Is prevalent in @10% population.
Dr. Alan Ali
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