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Conference Abstract
Published: 2020-12-05

Analysis of mental disorders in victims of violent crimes

State Institution "Research Institute of Psychiatry of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine"
analysis mental disorders victims violent crimes


This is a conference abstract from the "Psychosomatic Medicine Of The XXI Century: Realities And Perspectives" II Congress. It is dedicated to the analysis of mental disorders in victims of violent crimes.

Full-text of the article is available for this locale: Українська.


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