Mental Disorders Diagnosed in Childhood - Contents

Contents

  • 1 Mental Retardation
  • 2 Learning Disorders
    • 2.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 2.2 Etiology
    • 2.3 Symptoms
    • 2.4 Treatment
  • 3 Motor Skills Disorders
    • 3.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 3.2 Etiology
    • 3.3 Symptoms
    • 3.4 Treatment
  • 4 Communication Disorders
    • 4.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 4.2 Etiology
    • 4.3 Symptoms
    • 4.4 Treatment
  • 5 Pervasive Developmental Disorders
    • 5.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 5.2 Etiology
    • 5.3 Symptoms
    • 5.4 Treatment
  • 6 Attention-deficit and disruptive behavior disorders
    • 6.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 6.2 Etiology
    • 6.3 Symptoms
    • 6.4 Treatment
  • 7 Feeding and eating disorders of infancy or early childhood
    • 7.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 7.2 Etiology
    • 7.3 Symptoms
    • 7.4 Treatment
  • 8 Tic disorders
    • 8.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 8.2 Etiology
    • 8.3 Symptoms
    • 8.4 Treatment
  • 9 Elimination disorders
    • 9.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 9.2 Etiology
    • 9.3 Symptoms
    • 9.4 Treatment
  • 10 Other disorders of infancy, childhood, or adolescence
    • 10.1 DSM-IV-TR
    • 10.2 Etiology
    • 10.3 Symptoms
    • 10.4 Treatment
  • 11 ICD-10(F90–F98) Behavioural and emotional disorders with onset usually occurring in childhood and adolescence
    • 11.1 (F90) Hyperkinetic disorders
    • 11.2 (F91) Conduct disorders
    • 11.3 (F92) Mixed disorders of conduct and emotions
    • 11.4 (F93) Emotional disorders with onset specific to childhood
    • 11.5 (F94) Disorders of social functioning with onset specific to childhood and adolescence
    • 11.6 (F95) Tic disorders
    • 11.7 (F98) Other behavioural and emotional disorders with onset usually occurring in childhood and adolescence
  • 12 References

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