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DSM5, DSM 4 TR and Neurocognitive Disorders Term Paper

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Neuro-cognitive Disorders in DSM 5 and DSM -- IV

Neurocognitive Disorders

The first of five clusters of mental disorders covers neurocognitive disorders, i.e., dementia, delirium, amnestic and other cognitive disorders in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders or DSM-IV and Organic, including Symptomatic Mental Disorders in the tenth revision of the International Classification of Diseases or ICD (Sachev et al., 2009). The term neurocognitive has replaced cognitive and organic, respectively, in these two documents. The disorders in this cluster distinguish themselves as possessing demonstrable neural substrate abnormalities, cognitive symptoms and deficits. The causes of these disorders vary but they share common neurobiological characteristics for mental disorders than any of…. [read more]

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