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FREQUENCY OF MAJOR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH HIV IN HEALTH CARE CENTERS OF RAFSANJAN AND KERMAN IN 2012

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 Start Page 95 | End Page 99

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HUMAN IMMUNE-DEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV) 

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 Background: Psychiatric disorders are common in HIV-infected patients and for sure have direct impact on both prevention and management of diseases in these patients. In this research, the prevalence of major psychiatric disorders including mood, anxiety, and PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS in HIV-infected patients of Rafsanjan and Kerman health care centers were determined.Materials and Methods: Eighty three HIV-infected patients were interviewed by a psychiatrist in above-mentioned health centers and their information was registered through a standard CIDI questionnaire (version 2.1) and was statistically analyzed.Results: In this study, Out of 83 participants, 71 cases (85.5%) were males and 12 (14.5%) were females. Their age range was from 21 to 62 years old. Sixty-nine cases (83.1%) were diagnosed with at least one major psychiatric disorder and 14 cases (16.9%) with none. Among the HIV-infected patients, 54 cases (65.1%) suffered from a mood disorder, 21 (25.3%) had psychotic and 41 (49.4%) had ANXIETY DISORDERS.Conclusion: The current study showed that major psychiatric disorders were more common in HIV-infected patients in comparison to normal communities, so on-time diagnosis and therapy and proper management of these problems could be truly a promising step in global control of HIV in this part of Iran.

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