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Psychiatry


Answer 4
  1. Tourette’s disorder. Tourette’s disorder and OCD have a similar symptoms and age of onset.1 Approximately 90% of those with Tourette’s disorder have some compulsions, and up to 66% meet criteria for OCD.1 Delirium, depersonalization disorder, neuroleptic-induced parkinsonism, and malingering do not have significant symptom overlap with OCD.

    REFERENCE
    1. American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and statistcal manual of mental disorders. 4th ed., text rev. Washington (DC): The Association; 2000.

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