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ICD-10 retains neurosis in its classification.

Sulpride is water soluble.

Child like interest and repetitive movement can occur in Frontal lobe.

ICD-10 uses operational criteria.

Retrocallosal region has been found to be reduced in patients with OCD.

Please do not write as on examination as reference as it is the source of confusion regarding these ISQs.

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ICD-10 retains neurosis in its classification.

No it doesn't. Not difficult to find out - open a copy.

This question refers to the old days of ICD-9 when there was a distinction between psychosis and neurosis. See page 3 of the ICD-10 for a full explanation.

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ICD-10 retains neurosis in its classification.

Sulpride is water soluble. t

Child like interest and repetitive movement can occur in Frontal lobe. t

ICD-10 uses operational criteria. f its DSM 4

Retrocallosal region has been found to be reduced in patients with OCD. not sure guessing true

Please do not write as on examination as reference as it is the source of confusion regarding these ISQs.

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ICD-10 retains neurosis in its classification. f

Sulpride is water soluble. t

Child like interest and repetitive movement can occur in Frontal lobe. t

ICD-10 uses operational criteria. t

Retrocallosal region has been found to be reduced in patients with OCD. t

Please do not write as on examination as reference as it is the source of confusion regarding these ISQs.

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