Correlations Between Psychiatric and Neurological Findings
We would expect many correlations between psychiatric and neurological findings. The psychopathological syndromes we see clinically are usually either organic mental syndromes or adjustment disorders [1, 2].
KeywordsNeurological Finding Adjustment Disorder Soft Neurological Sign Hamilton Anxiety Scale Psychic Disturbance
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