Baseline neuroendocrine function and diagnostic stability among patients with a nonmanic psychosis
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Psychotic patients underwent a dexamethasone suppression test (DST), careful diagnostic assessments at baseline and diagnostic reevaluations after 1 year. The predicted associations between baseline DST results and diagnosis were much clearer after prospective observation.
Key wordsSchizophrenia Neuroendocrine Diagnosis
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