volume 26, issue suppl 1, P51-53 2004
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-44462004000500013
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Abstract: Alcohol related disorders often coexist with other psychiatric disorders and its incidence is increasing in last decades. Studies show that patients with comorbidity, specially those with severe psychiatric disorders, have higher rates of suicide, relapse, money spent in treatment, homeless and they use more medical service. Their evaluation must be meticulous because the differential diagnosis become complicated without a long period of alcohol withdrawal. These patients have a worse prognostic and their trea…

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