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Journal:   ANNALS OF MILITARY AND HEALTH SCIENCES RESEARCH   FALL 2007 , Volume 5 , Number 3 (SERIAL NUMBER 19); Page(s) 1283 To 1286.
 
Paper: 

THE STUDY OF THE FREQUENCIES OF THE PSYCHIATRY DISORDERS (AXIS I) IN SOLDIERS WHO EVADE THE DRAFT

 
 
Author(s):  DONYAVI V.*, EBRAHIMI MOHAMMAD REZA
 
* ARMY UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, 506 HOSPITAL
 
Abstract: 

Background: Mental disorders represent an important source of morbidity among U.S. military personnel and are a commen reason for early separation from the military, and the The purpose of this study is evaluation of prevalence of psychiatry disorders (axis I) in soldier of separation from military a service.
Materials and Methods: In a descriptive-cross sectional study 102 awoles and 105 soldiers referred to the clinic of 506 Army hospital, evaluated by clinical interviews on the basis of DSM-4-TR criteria. The results were then analyzed by statistical soft ware of SPSS.
Results: In this study, the frequencies of psychiatry disorders in awols respectively major depression disorder 27.27%, cyclotymia 25.97%, dysthymia 25.97%, bipolar mood disorder (1) 7.79%, bipolar mood disorder (2) 6.49%, adjustment disorder 6.49% and in the soldiers referred to clinic are respectively 47.5%, 12.5%, 13.75%, 15%, 6.49% and 7.5%.
Conclusion: The frequencies of major depression disorder and adjustment disorder in soldiers of referred to clinic of hospital were more than awols, but cyclotymia, dysthymia, bipolar mood disorders were more common than soldiers which referred to clinic of hospital.

 
Keyword(s): AXIS I, PERSONALITY DISORDER, SOLDIER
 
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