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Conference Abstract
Published: 2020-12-05

Analysis of mental disorders in victims of violent crimes

State Institution "Research Institute of Psychiatry of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine"
analysis mental disorders victims violent crimes

Abstract

This is a conference abstract from the "Psychosomatic Medicine Of The XXI Century: Realities And Perspectives" II Congress. It is dedicated to the analysis of mental disorders in victims of violent crimes.

Full-text of the article is available for this locale: Українська.

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