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[Classification of Attention Deficit-/Hyperactivity Disorder in ICD-11].

Classification of Attention Deficit-/Hyperactivity Disorder in ICD-11 Abstract. The article gives a brief overview of the modifications to the classification of hyperkinetic disorders/attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders according to ICD-11. Fortunately, these modifications are based on DSM-5, both in terms of their designation and the internal differentiation of the diagnosis. That the ICD-10 relinquishes the combination diagnosis of hyperkinetic conduct disorder in favor of multiple diagnoses is also to be welcomed. On the one hand, the renunciation of an exact operationalization of the symptom criteria may help with the classification of borderline cases in clinical practice; on the other hand, it also makes it necessary to resort to the DSM-5 for the clarification of the individual symptoms of the disorder.

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