DSM-IIIR

AcronymDefinition
DSM-IIIRDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 3rd Edition, Revised
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In subjects who did not meet the criteria for lifetime DSM-IIIR alcohol dependence, smoking had no significant effect on CDT ([F.
Genetic and environmental contributions to DSM-IIIR alcohol dependence risk in a national twin sample: consistency of findings in women and men.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: CDT, carbohydrate-deficient transferrin; GGT, [gamma]-glutamyltransferase; DSM-IIIR, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association, 3rd ed.
Whereas the DSM-IIIR itself has been found to be a reliable classification system, much less information is available regarding clinicians' precision in using it.
Although researchers have shown the DSM-IIIR to have more specific criteria for diagnostic categories than its predecessor, documenting the reliability of clinicians' use of the DSM-IIIR has been more difficult and researchers generally state that clinicians often misuse this diagnostic tool.
All subjects met DSM-IIIR criteria for alcohol abuse or dependence, and over 80% of the subjects reported a history of previous alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Both DSM-III and DSM-IIIR have employed the same criteria to define depression in adolescents as in adults.
Subjects selected met the criteria for major depression or dysthymic disorder from DSM-IIIR.
One year later 21 of these subjects had a diagnosis of incident dementia, according to DSM-IIIR criteria and confirmed by a neurologist.
Functional impairment in social and occupational activities is one of the DSM-IIIR criteria for dementia 4].