alcohol use disorder


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alcohol use disorder

n.
A substance abuse disorder involving alcohol.
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Comorbidity between major depression and alcohol use disorder from adolescence to adulthood.
9% of participants newly met DSMIV diagnostic criteria for alcohol use disorder, and 2% developed a new-onset drug use disorder.
Eating disorders, including anorexia and bulimia, are comorbid with alcohol use disorder at both clinical and subclinical levels (Dunn, Larimer, & Neighbors, 2002; Kelly-'Weeder, 2011; Krahn, 1991).
Social anxiety disorder and alcohol use disorder comorbidityin the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
Although the self-medication hypothesis proposes that the initial development of an alcohol use disorder is reactionary to PTSD or other posttraumatic psychiatric disorders, an important corollary is that alcohol abuse impedes recovery and even worsens symptoms of posttraumatic mental health disorders.
Research studies assessed various measures of alcohol use disorder severity.
The prevalence of an alcohol use disorder (alcohol abuse/dependence) was 25% before the disaster and 19% afterward, wrote Dr.
The odds ratio reflects the probability of an individual with an alcohol use disorder (AUD) having the comorbid disorder compared with people without AUD.
4% of adults in the United States meet criteria for a past-year alcohol use disorder,[3] and 15.
Thus, three types of alcohol use variables are used: drinking status (current or former drinker, abstainer, or unknown); quantity of alcohol consumed (current and past consumption); and an indicator of problems related to current a composite measure of lifetime alcohol use disorder and problems related to current drinking.
Alcohol use disorder comorbidity in eating disorders: a multicenter study.
For those individuals with a current alcohol use disorder (abuse or dependence) who were seeking treatment, 40.
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