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DSM-III axis I diagnoses of Indian psychiatric patients with somatic symptoms
Am J Psychiatry 1988;145:1023-1024.
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When DSM-III criteria were applied to 123 Indian psychiatric outpatients with predominantly somatic symptoms, the most common axis I diagnoses were dysthymic disorder (36.6%) and generalized anxiety disorder (11.4%). Thirty-nine percent of the patients fitted only into atypical diagnostic categories.

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