Mental Disorders Diagnosed in Childhood - ICD-10(F90–F98) Behavioural and Emotional Disorders With Onset Usually Occurring in Childhood and Ad - (F98) Other Behavioural and Emotional Disorders With Onset Usually Occurring in Childhood and Adoles

(F98) Other Behavioural and Emotional Disorders With Onset Usually Occurring in Childhood and Adoles

  • (F98.0) Nonorganic enuresis
  • (F98.1) Nonorganic encopresis
  • (F98.2) Feeding disorder of infancy and childhood
  • (F98.3) Pica of infancy and childhood
  • (F98.4) Stereotyped movement disorders
  • (F98.5) Stuttering (stammering)
  • (F98.6) Cluttering
  • (F98.8) Other specified behavioural and emotional disorders with onset usually occurring in childhood and adolescence
    • Attention deficit disorder without hyperactivity
    • Excessive masturbation
    • Nail-biting
    • Nose-picking
    • Thumb-sucking
  • (F98.9) Unspecified behavioural and emotional disorders with onset usually occurring in childhood and adolescence

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