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Differential Diagnosis

  • Benjamin B. Wolman

Abstract

Every treatment process must start with diagnostic procedures. One cannot successfully treat a nonexisting or a misunderstood or a misdiagnosed condition. A correct determination of the nature, degree, and severity of a particular disorder is an absolutely necessary prerequisite for choosing an appropriate treatment method.

Keywords

Anorexia Nervosa Premature Ejaculation Psychosomatic Symptom Psychosomatic Disorder Early Illness 
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  • Benjamin B. Wolman

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