Alcohol Related Psychiatric Emergencies: A Two Year Controlled Study
Alcohol related disabilities constitute, today, a major social problem in several industrial societies (Moser1).
KeywordsPersonality Disorder Percentage Distribution Emergency Case Subjective Complaint Psychiatric Emergency
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