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Recognizing Dissociative Disorders

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Recognizing Dissociative Disorders
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    Patients with a history of trauma or neglect are at increased risk for dissociative disorders. These are often hidden and remain undiagnosed even after years of treatment.  How can a physician best understand these problems? Dr. Kai MacDonald, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of California in San Diego joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to explain how the non-psychiatrist may be missing patients with dissociative disorders.

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    Patients with a history of trauma or neglect are at increased risk for dissociative disorders. These are often hidden and remain undiagnosed even after years of treatment.  How can a physician best understand these problems? Dr. Kai MacDonald, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of California in San Diego joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to explain how the non-psychiatrist may be missing patients with dissociative disorders.

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