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A Homeless Person With Bipolar Disorder and a History of Serious Self-mutilation
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This case report is presented to highlight the importance of recognizing the warning signs and understanding the risk factors for clinically significant self-mutilation. By recognizing the warning signs and understanding the risk
factors, clinicians will be better equipped to treat patients who have a recurrent history of serious self-mutilation. (Authors)
Journal
2000
157
9
1392-1397
American Journal of Psychiatry 157(9): 1392-1397, 2000.
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