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Suizidalität

  • T. Bronisch

Zusammenfassung

Tod durch Suizid gehört zu den häufigsten Todesursachen und ist in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland häufiger als Tod durch Verkehrsunfälle. Die Häufigkeit von Suizidversuchen (Parasuiziden) ist noch wesentlich höher. Auch begehen Patienten nach einem Suizidversuch oft einen erneuten Suizidversuch oder Suizid.

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  • T. Bronisch
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  1. 1.Psychiatrische KlinikMax-Planck-Institut für PsychiatrieMünchen

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