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1. ADHD has what rank among neuropsychiatric disorder in adults?
The DSM V classifies ADHD symptoms into two distinct groupings: inattentive or hyperactive/impulsive. How many symptoms does each grouping have?
There are three presentations of ADHD: hyperactive, inattentive, and combined. Patients can be primarily hyperactive, primarily inattentive, or have a combination of both. What percentage of ADHD patients present as the combined type?
The six-item ASRS Screener and the 18 point checklist approved by the World Health Organization provide a complete diagnosis for ADHD in Adults.
In DSM V, the age of onset has been changed from DSM4 from 7 years old to what age?
Significant impairments in social, academic, or occupational settings are separate from ADHD hyperactive and inattentive symptoms, and must be treated with different therapies.
In a 2009 study, over 80% of primary care physicians felt very knowledgeable treating anxiety and depression. What percent felt comfortable treating ADHD?
Patients diagnosed with the following should also be screened for ADHD: