Posttraumatic stress disorder in primary care patients

David Bronson, Kathleen Franco, Kumar Budur
Comprehensive Therapy 2007, 33 (4): 208-15
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common psychiatric condition. PTSD patients can present with a wide variety of symptoms, and these patients are also at a higher risk of other physical, psychiatric, and substance abuse problems. Recent advances in the treatment of this condition can help the majority of patients with PTSD. Early detection, initiation of appropriate treatment, and timely referral are crucial in the proper management of PTSD.

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