Obsessive-Compulsive And Related Disorders
The Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire-9 may also potentially be used outside of intensive care settings, such as in longitudinal research.
Specialized treatment protocols may be more effective at treating refractory obsessive-compulsive disorder than pharmacotherapy alone.
Family history of OCD and the presence of tics may be important considerations for initial choice of treatment.
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