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Issue: 
Publication Date: 
10/1988
Page Count: 
20
Starting Page: 
5
Price: $10.00
References: 

1. DSM-III Classification, copyright 1980, American Psychiatric Association.

2. As memorialized in the soap commercial of the 1950's which proclaimed that "Duz does everything!"

3. All numbers in parentheses refer to DSM-III codes along Axis I, II or V codes as specified.

4. Who, through Holding with her husband, is no longer psychotic, suicidal or depressed most of the time nor on anti-psychotic or anti-anxiety medication.

Rima E. Laibow, M.D.

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