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Book Reviews

Primary Care Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine: Brief Office Treatment and Management Pathways

Robert E. Houston

Published: August 1, 1999

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When confronted with a psychosocial problem in the office,nothing is more frustrating to me than an unintelligible referencetext. The DSM-IV and DSM-IV-PC are excellent resources,but I frequently find myself wondering if the peoplethat wrote them were previously employed to write the ICD-9and CPT code books. When I encourage our resident physiciansto use the DSM-IV, they frequently give me a look as if to ask"What language is this thing written in?"


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