relating to or used in or engaged in the practice of psychiatry
"psychiatric disorder"; "psychiatric hospital"
Of, or relating to, psychiatry.
of or pertaining to psychiatria
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Rank popularity for the word 'psychiatric' in Adjectives Frequency: #982
The numerical value of psychiatric in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of psychiatric in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
It was a call for a psychiatric person, but as the call taker was listening to the caller, if certain things are said, or certain things are heard, then it prompts a different response... It prompted a police response, and it prompted a response from fire and medics who were standing by.
Women who are on antidepressants or other psychiatric medications may experience missed periods.
I have interviewed all but one or two of (the victims) and I havent found any evidence of psychiatric disorder, this is a very strong group, very resilient and there is no evidence of mass hysteria. Part of the diagnostic of mass hysteria is that there is no underlying other medical causes that can be found. And we (found) underlying medical evidence.
Psychiatric disorders are complex diseases involving many genes, and it is extremely difficult to find conclusive proof of the importance of a single gene.
I worry for my son because right now he's succeeding and he's doing OK and he's taking his medications but once he turns 18 and he learns that he's an adult, he can do whatever he would like to do, he can just stop going to his psychiatric visits, drop all his medications and what can I do? I can't force him unless I have guardianship.
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- psiquiàtricCatalan, Valencian
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