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Diagnosing and Managing Complicated ADHD

Robert L. Findling, MD (Chair); L. Eugene Arnold, MD, MEd; Laurence L. Greenhill, MD; Christopher J. Kratochvil, MD; and James J. McGough, MD

Published: December 14, 2007

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Dr. Findling: The purpose for this roundtable on the diagnosis and management of complicated attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is to help clinicians distinguish ADHD from comorbid psychiatric disorders and to compare strategies, both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic, for managing complicated ADHD.

Factors That Complicate ADHD

Dr. Findling: What are the key factors that complicate ADHD?’

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