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Identifying anxiety disorders in adolescents hospitalized for alcohol abuse or dependence
Psychiatric Services 1995; doi:
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In structured clinical interviews of 43 adolescents hospitalized for alcohol abuse or dependence, 17 subjects met criteria for an anxiety disorder, with social phobia (N = 9) and posttraumatic stress disorder (N = 7) most common. Of these 17 subjects, only four were identified in hospital records as having an anxiety disorder. In a comparison of 30 hospitalized adolescents with a matched control group of 30 adolescents from the community, the hospitalized adolescents had a higher rate of anxiety disorders, psychoactive substance use disorders, disruptive behavior disorders, and mood disorders.

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