narcomania


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narcomania

an abnormal desire for drugs.
See also: Drugs
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However, the group of drug addicts included all those who received medical care regardless of their racial and ethnic affiliation, since narcomania appeared in our country as a medico social phenomenon just recently.
Habit Dipsomania Alcoholism Chronic poisoning Morphinomania Narcomania Inebriety Morphinism Addiction
Acest fapt este cauzat de situatia in care alcoolismul sau narcomania in practica expertala, deseori, este diagnosticul "secundar", sau, mai bine zis, o comorbiditate la tulburarile mintale propriu-zise, in studiul curent luandu-se in consideratie nosologiile de baza.
(20) Marek Kohn, Narcomania: On Heroin (London: Faber and Faber, 1987), p.
Narcomania. Medical and Social consequences, Treatment, Moscow.
* Drug abusers were described as "narcomaniacs" and their action or condition as "narcomania" (SOU, 1939:25, App.
In 1962, Kettil Bruun, then head of the Social Research Institute of Alcohol Studies in Finland, wrote an essay (in Swedish) on "Alcoholism and Narcomania" (Bruun, 1962).