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November 2018| Vol 34| Issue 5

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Cultural perspectives related to international classification of Diseases-11

The International Classification of Diseases (ICD)-11, as a product of the World Health Organization (WHO), has the difficult responsibility of attempting to best represent the definition of mental ...


Core considerations in the development of the world health organization's international classification of diseases, 11th Revision

The World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse is updating the diagnostic guidelines for mental and behavioural disorders intended for inclusion in the Internati...


Psychosis and related disorders in international classification of Disease-11 and their relationship to diagnostic and statistical Manual-5 and international classification of Disease-10

The two main classification systems, International Classification of disease (ICD) and diagnostic and statistical manual (DSM) have recently been revised. The revision of DSM-IV by the American Psyc...


Mood disorders in the international classification of Diseases-11: Similarities and differences with the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental Disorders 5 and the international classification of Diseases-10

The revision of diagnostic requirements for mood disorders in the forthcoming International Classification of Diseases-11 (ICD-11) classification was governed by the same principles that applied to ...


Using international classification of Diseases 11 “Mental disorders specifically associated with stress” in developing countries

This article summarizes the revised criteria for disorders specifically associated with stress in ICD-11 highlighting major differences from previous classification systems. It also examines the mai...

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