Consenso Español Sobre El Trastorno De Ansiedad Generalizada

November 15, 2019

Consenso Español Sobre El Trastorno De Ansiedad Generalizada

Titulo del libro: Consenso Español Sobre El Trastorno De Ansiedad Generalizada

Autor: J. Giner

Archivo: Consenso+Español+Sobre+El+Trastorno+De+Ansiedad+Generalizada.pdf

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SINOPSIS

This consensus has been the updating of a clinical issue, especially in its most problematic aspects, and above all to know the opinion that psychiatrists have on it. In the first part the authors carry out a careful and exhaustive review of the disorder Generalized anxiety, covering all aspects, from epidemiology and etiopathogenesis to diagnosis and treatment, with special mention to the most controversial or controversial. The survey of psychiatrists contains answers to all of the above. There are different degrees of agreement: very high in terms of treatment, for example, and lower in terms of diagnosis and etiopathogenesis. Comorbidity is also a complex aspect: elevated, but by the use of operative diagnostic criteria to use, or by the absence of a categorical system? It is evident that the lack of validation of this, as of other diagnoses, conditions the Diversity of criteria among professionals. This consensus has been the updating of a clinical issue, especially in its most problematic aspects, and above all to know the opinion that psychiatrists have on it. Generalized anxiety, covering all aspects, from epidemiology and ethiopathogenesis to diagnosis and treatment, with special mention to the most controversial or controversial. The survey of psychiatrists contains answers to all of the above. There are different degrees of agreement: very high in terms of treatment, for example, and lower in terms of diagnosis and etiopathogenesis. Comorbidity is also a complex aspect: elevated, but by the use of operative diagnostic criteria to use, or by the absence of a categorical system? It is evident that the lack of validation of this, of other diagnoses, conditions the Diversity of criteria among professionals.