This appendix provid(~s an overview of the entire DSM -IV TR classification

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1 This appendix provid(~s an overview of the entire DSM -IV TR classification system. The text covers sele(:ted diagnostic criteria. This decision is based on the author's beliefs about those disorders social workers most often encounter in practice, However, it is a lot easier to lmderstand a particular disorder when one can visualize the overall landscape of the entirl~ classification system. ill the interest of completeness, it is provided here for your convenience, NOS = Not Otherwise Specified An x appearing in a diagnostic,:ode indicates that a specific code number is required. An ellipsis (...) is used in the names of certain disorders to indicate t:hat the name of a specific mental disorder or general medical condition should be inserted when recording th~~ name (e.g., Delirium Due to Hypothyroidism). Numbers in parentheses are pa!;e numbers. If criteria are currently met, one of the following severity specifiers Jmay be noted after the diagnosis: Mild Moderate Severe If criteria are no longer met, OIle of the following specifiers may be notf~d: In Partial Remission In Full Remission Prior History s Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence MENTAL RETARDATION Note: These are coded on Axis II. 317 Mild Mental Retardation Moderate Mental Retardation Severe Mental Retardation Profound Mental Retardation 319 Mental Retardation, Severity Unspecified LEARNING Reading Mathematics of Written Expression Learning NOS MOTOR SKILLS DISORDER Developmental Coordination COMMUNICATION Expressive Language Mixed Receptive-Expressive Language Phonological Stuttering Communication NOS

2 PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL Autistic Rett's Childhood Disintegrative Asperger's Pervasive Developmental NOS ATTENTION-DEFICIT AND DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DI~;ORDERS 314.xx Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity.01 Combined Type.00 Predominantly Inattentive Type.01 Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Type Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity NOS 312.xx Conduct.81 Childhood-Onset llype.82 Adolescent-Onset Type.89 Unspecified Onset Oppositional Defiant ELIMINATION -.-Encopresis Wit~ Constipation and Ov~rflow Incontinence Wit~out Constipation and Ov~rflow Incontinence Enure$is (Not Due to a General Medical Condition) Specify type: Nocturnal Only /Diurnal Only /Nocturnal and Diurnal OTHER OF INFANCY, CHILDHOOD, OR ADOLESCENCE Separation Anxiety Specify if Early Onset Selectiive Mutism Reactive Attachment of Infancy or Early Childhood Specify type: Inhibited Type/ Disinhibited Type Stereotypic Movement Specify if: With Self-Injurious Behavior Disor4er of Infancy, Childhood, or Ad<!>lescence NOS Disruptive Behavior NOS Delirium, Dementia,,and Amnestic and Other C:ognitive FEEDING AND EATING DI5iORDERS s OF INFANCY OR EARLY CHILDHOOD Pica Rumination Feeding of Infancy or Early Childhood TIC Tourette's Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Transient Tic DisordE~r specify if Single Episode/Ftecurrent Tic NOS DELIRIUM Deliri~ Due to...[indicate the Genera~ Medical -.-Subst~ceIntoxicationDelirium (refer ti;j Substance-Related -.-Subst Disordfrs, for substance-specific codes) ~ce Withdrawal Deliri m (refer to Substance- Relate s for substancespecific codes)

3 -.-Delirium Due to Multiple Etiologies (code each of the specific etiologies) Delirium NOS DEMENTIA 294.xx* Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type, With Early Onset (also code Alzheimer's disease on Axis III).10 Without Behavioral Disturbance.11 With Behavioral Distur1:Jance 294.xx* Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type, With Late Onset (also code Alzheimer's disease on Axis III).10 Without Behavioral Disturbance.11 With Behavioral Disturbance 290.xx Vascular Dementia' AO Al A2 A3 Uncomplicated With Delirium With Delusions With Depressed Mood C Specify if: With Behavioral Disturbance Code presence or absence of a behavioral disturbance in the fifth digit for Dementia Due to a General Medical Condition: 0 = Without Behavioral Disturbance 1 = With Behavioral Disturbance 294.1x" Dementia Due to HIV Disease (also code 042 HIVon Axis III) 294.1x" Dementia Due to Head Trauma (also code head inju~' on Axis III) 294.1x" Dementia Due to Parkinson's Disease (also code Parkinson's disease on Axis III) 294.1x" Dementia DUe to Huntington's Disease (also code Huntington's disease on Axis III).ICD-9-CM code valid after October x* Dementia Due to Pick's Disease (also code Pick's disease on Axis III) 294.1x* Dementia Due to Creutzfeldt- Jakob Disease (also code Creutzfeldt-fakob disease on Axis III) 294.1x* Dementia Due to...[indicate the General Medical Condition not listed abovej.(also code the general medical condition on Axis III) -' Substance-Induced Persisting Dementia (refer to Substance- Related s for substancespecific codes) -.-Dementia Due to Multiple Etiologies (code each of the specific etiologies) Dementia NOS AMNESTIC Amnestic Due to... [Indicate the General Medical Specify if Transient/Chronic -.-Substance-Induced Persisting Amnestic (refer to Substance-Related s for substance-specific codes) Amnestic NOS OTHER COGNITIVE ')0,1 0 Cognitive NOS Mental s Due to a General Medical Condition Not Elsewhere Classified Catatonic Due to. [Indicate the General Medical Personality Change Due to [Indicate the General Medical

4 Specify type: Labile Type/Disinhibited Type/ Aggressive Type/ Ap;lthetic Type/Paranoid Type/Other Type/ Combined Type/Unspecified Type Mental NOS Due to...[indicate the General Medical,-- Substance-Related Disolrders The following specifiers apply to ~;ubstance Dependence as noted: awith Physiological Dependence/.1Nithout Physiological Dependence bearly Full Remission/Early Partial Remission/ Sustained Full Remission/Sustained Partial Remission CIn a Controlled Environment dan Agonist Therapy The following specifiers apply to ~;ubstance- Induced s as noted: IWith Onset During Intoxication/""'With Onset During Withdrawal ALCOHOL-RELATED Alcohol Use s Alcohol Dependencea;b,c Alcohol Abuse. Alcohol-Induced ~; Alcohol Intoxication Alcohol Withdrawal Specify if: With Perceptual D'isturbances Alcohol Intoxication Delirium Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium Alcohol-Induced Persisting Dementia Alcohol-Induced Persi.sting Amnestic 291.x Alcohol-Induced Psychotic.5 With DelusionsLW.3 With HallucinationsLW Alcohol-Induced Mood ' W Alcohol-Induced Anxiety 'W Alcohol-Induced Sexual Dysfunctiod Alcohol-Induced Sleep 'w Alcohol-Related NOS AMPHET AMI~~E (OR AMPHET AMI~~E-LI KE)-RE:LA TED Amphetamine Use s" Amphetamine Dependencea,b,c Amphetamine Abuse Amphetamine-Induced s Amphetamine Intoxication Specify if: With Perceptual Disturbances Amphetamine Withdrawal Amphetamine Intoxication Delirium 292.xx Amphetamine-Induced Psychotic.11 With DelusionsI.12 With HallucinationsI Amphetamine-Induced Mood L W Amphetamine-InducedAnxiety Amphetamine-Induced Sexual Dysfunctiod Amphetamine-Induced Sleep L W Amphetamine-Related NOS

5 CAFFEINE-RELATED Cocaine-Inquced Mood I.Wi - Caffeine-Induced s Caffeine Intoxication Caffeine-Induced Aro:iety Caffeine-Induced Sleep Caffeine-Related NOS Cocaine-Induced Anxiety I.W Cocaine-Induced Sexual.Dysfunctiod Cocaine-Induced Sleep.I' W Cocaine-Related NOS CANNABIS-RELATED HALLUCINOGEN-RELATED Cannabis Use s Cannabis DependencE~a,b,c Cannabis Abuse Cannabis-Induced s Cannabis Intoxication Specify if With Perceptual Llisturbances Cannabis Intoxication Delirium 292.xx Cannabis-Induced Psychotic..11 With DelusionsI.12 With Hallucinatioru,I Cannabis-Induced An:>ciety Cannabis-Related NOS COCAINE-RELATED Cocaine Use s Cocaine Dependencea,b,c Cocaine Abuse - Cocaine-Induced ~; Cocaine Intoxication Specify With Perceptual Disturbances Cocaine Withdrawal Cocaine Intoxication Delirium 292.xx Cocaine-Induced PsychQtic.11 With DelusionsI.12 With Hallucinatiolli;I Hallucinogen Use s Hallucinogen Dependenceb,c Hallucinogen Abuse Hallucinogen-Induced s Hallucinogen Intoxication Hallucinogen Persisting Perception (Flashbacks) Hallucinogen Intoxication Deliri UlT, 292.xx Hallucinogeh-Induced Psychotic.11 With DelusionsI.12 With HallucinationsI Hallucinogen-Induced Mood Hallucinogen-Induced Anxiety Hallucinogen-Related NOS INHALANT-RELATED Inhalant Use s Inhalant Dependenceb,c Inhalant Abuse Inhalant-Induced s Inhalant Intoxication Inhalant Intoxication Delirium

6 Inhalant-Induced Persisting Dementia 292.xx Inhalant-Induced Psychotic...11 With DelusionsI.12 With Hal1ucut1ationsI Inhalant-Induced Mood Inhalant-Induced AnXiety ~ Inhalant-Related NOS NICOTINE-RELATED CtlSORDERS Nicotine Use DisordE~r : Nicotine Dependencea,b. Nicotine-Induced Dis,order Nicotine WithdJrawal Nicotine-Relate,d NOS OPIOID-RELATED Opioid Use!; , Opioid Dependencea,b,c,d Opioid Abuse Opioid-induced s Opioid Intoxication Specify if: With Perceptual Disturbances Opioid Withdrawal Opioid Intoxication Deliri1.1n1 292.xx Opioid-Inducecl Psychotic.11 With Delusions!.12 With Hallucinations! Opioid-Induced Mood Opioid-Induced Sexual Dysfunctiod Opioid-Induced Sleep 'w Opioid-Related NOS PHENCYCLIDINE (OR PHENCYCLIDINE-LIKE)-RELA TED Phencyclidine Use s Phencyclidine Dependenceb,c Phencyclidine Abuse Phencyclidine-Induced s Phencyclidine Intoxication, Specify if With Perceptual Disturbances Phencyclidine Intoxication Delirium 292.xx Phencyclidine-Induced Psychotic.11 With DelusionsI.12 With HallucinationsI Phencyclidine-Induced Mood Phencyclidine-Induced Anxiety Phencydidine- Related NOS SEDATIVE-, HYPNOTIC-, OR ANXIOL YTIC-RELATED DISORI:IERS Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Use s Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Dependencea,b,c Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Abuse. Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-lnduced s Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Intoxication Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxi()lytic Withdrawal Specify if: With Perceptual Disturbances Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Intoxication Delirium Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Withdrawal Delirium

7 Sedative-, Hypnotic-, o'r Anxiolytic-Induced Pe:r~isting Dementia Sedative-, Hypnotic-, o,r Anxiolytic.Induced Persisting Amnestic 292.xx Sedative-, Hypnotic-, o,r Anxiolytic-Induced PS:fchotic,.11 With DelusionsLW.12 With Hallucinations,LW Sedative-, Hypnotic-, clr Anxiolytic-Induced Mood LW Sedative-, Hypnotic-, clr Anxiolytic-Induced ArLxiety W Sedative-, Hypnotic-, c,r Anxiolytic-Induced Se:(ual Dysfunctiod Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-Induced Sl~~ep ' W Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic- Related NOS -, POLYSUBSTANCE-RELATED DISORDER Polysubstance Dependencea,b,c,d OTHER (OR UNKNOWN) SUBSTANCE-RELATED Other (or Unknown) Substance Withdrawal Specify if: With Perceptual Disturbances 'Other (or Un~own) Substance-II{duced Delirium Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Persisting Dementia Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Persisting Amnestic 292.xx Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Psychotic.11 With Delusions!' W.12 With Hallucinations!'W Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Mood!'w Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Anxiety ' W Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Sleep 'w Other (or Unknown) Substance-Related NOS Other (or Unknown) Substance Use s Other (or Unknown) Substance Dependencea,b,c,d Other (or Unknown) Substance Abuse I Other (or Unknown) Subs1:ance- Induced s Other (or Unknown) Substance Intoxication Specify if: With PerceptualClisturbances Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic s 295.xx Schizophrenia The following Classification of Longitudinal Course applies to all subtypes of Schizophrenia: Episodic With Interepisode Residual Symptoms (specify;/: With Prominent Negative Symptoms)/Episodic With No Interepisode Residual Symptoms

8 Continuous (specify if: With Prominent Negative Symptoms) Single Episode In Partial Remission (specify if With Prominent Negative Symptoms)/ Single Episode In Full Remission Other or Unspecified Pattern.30 Paranoid Type.10 Disorganized Type..20 Catatonic Type.90 Undifferentiated Type.60 Residual Type 5.40 Schizophreniform Specify if Without Goo,j Prognostic Features/With Good Prognostic Features Schizoaffective Specify type: Bipolar Type/Depressive Type Delusional Disordl~r, Specify type: Erotomani<: Type/ Grandiose Type/Jealous Type/ Persecutory Type/Somatic Type/ Mixed Type/Unspecified Type Brief Psychotic Specify if With Marked Stressor(s)/ Without Marked Stressor(s)/With Postpartum Onset Shared Psychotic I:lisorder. 293.xx Psychotic Due to... [Indicate the General Medical (334).81 With Delusions.82 With Hallucinations -.-Substance-Induced Psychotic (refer to Substance- Related s for substancespecific codes) (338) Specify if With Onset During Intoxication/With Onsel: During Withdrawal Psychotic NOS, Mood s Code current state of Major or Bipolar I Depressive in fifth digit: 1 = Mild I 2 = Moderate I 3 = Severe Without Psychotic Features 4 = Severe With Psychotic Features Specify: Mood-Congruent Psychotic Features/Mood-Incongruent Psychotic Features 5 = In Partial Remission 6 = In Full Remission 0 = Unspecified The following specifiers apply (jor current or most recent episode) to Mood s as noted: "Severity /Psychotic/Remission Specifiers/ bchronic/cwith Catatonic Features/dWith Melancholic Features/"With Atypical Features/fWith Postpartum Onset The following specifiers apply to Mood s as noted: gwith or Without Full Interepisode Recovery / hwith Seasonal PattemfWith Rapid Cycling DEPRESSIVE 296.xx Major Depressive (369).2x Single Episodea,b,c,d,e,f.3x Recurren~,b,c,d,e,f,g,h Dysthymic '. Specify if: Early Onset/Late Onset SpecifY: With Atypical Features 311 Depressive NOS' BIPOLAR 296.xx Bipolar I,.Ox Sihgle Manic Episodea,c,i Spec~ ~ Mixed AO ~pst Recent Episode Ax HyPomanicg,h,1 Most Recent Episode Mimica,c,i,g,h,i

9 .6x Most Recent Episode Mixeda,c,f,g,h,i.5x Most Recent Episode Depresseda,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i.7 Most Recent Episode Unspecifiedg,h,i Bipolar II a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i (392) Specify (current or most recent q'isode): Hypomanic/Depressed Cyclothymic Bipolar NOS Mood Due to... [Indicate the General Medical Specify type: With Depressive Features/ With Major Depressive-Like Episode/ With Manic Features/With Mixed Features -.-Substance-Induced Mood (refer to Substar!ce- Related s for subsi~ancespecific codes) Specify type: With Depressive Features/ With Manic Features/With Mixed Features Specify if With Onset During Intoxication/With Onset During Withdrawal Mood NOS Anxiety s Panic Without Agoraphobia Panic With Agoraphobia Agoraphobia Without History of Panic ' Specific Phobia Specify type: Animal Type/Natural Environment Type/Blood-Injection- Injury Type/Situational Type/Other Type Social Phobia Specify if Generalized Obsessiv1-Compulsive ~. Specify if: W th Poor Insight Posttrau atic Stress Specify if: Aqute/Chronic Specify if: With Delayed Onset Acute Stress (469) Generalized Anxiety Anxiety qisorder Due to... [Indicate the General Medical Conditiont Specify if W1th Generalized Anxiety / With Panic f.ttacks/with Obsessive- Compulsiv~ Symptoms -.-Substance-Induced Anxiety (refer to Substance- Related s for substancespecific codes) Specify if: With Generalized Anxiety / With Panic Attacks/With Obsessive- Compulsiv~ Symptoms/With Phobic Symptoms Specify if: With Onset During Intoxication/With Onset During Withdrawal Anxiety NOS Somatoform s Somatization Undifferentiated Somatoform f Conversion Specify type:, With Motor Symptom or Deficit/With Sensory Symptom or Deficit/With Seizures or Convulsions/ With Mixed Presentation 307.xx Pain,.80 Associated With Psychological Factors.89 Assoc,ated With Both Psychological Factors and a Generrl Medical Condition Specify if: Acute/Chronic I

10 Hypochondria1;is Specify if With Poor Insight: Body Dysmorphic Disord~r Somatoform Di,sorder NOS Factitious s 300.xx Factitious DisoJrder,.16 With Predon:linantly Psychological Signs and Symptoms.19 With Predon:linantly Physical SigtlS and Symptoms.19 With Combu:led Psychological and Physical Signs and Symptoms Factitious Disol:der NOS Dissociative Disorl:Jers Dissociative A1Janesia, Dissociative Fugue Dissociative Identity Disotder Depersonalization Dissociative Di:50rder NOS Sexual and Gendelr Identity s SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS The following Sexual Dysfunctions: specifiers af'ply to all primary Lifelong Type/ Acquired Type Generalized Type/Situational Type Due to Psychological Factors/Due to Combined Factors Sexual Desire s Hypoactive Sexual Desire Sexual A version Sexual Arousal s Female Sexual Arousal Male Erectile Orgasmic s Female Orgasmic Male Orgasmic Premature Ejaculation Sexual Pain s Dyspareunia (Not Due to a General Medical Condition) Vagimsmus (Not Due to a General Medical Condition) Sexual Dysfunction Due to a General Medical Conditjon Female Hypoactive Sexual Desire Due to... [Indicate the General Medical Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Due to...[indicate the General Medical : Male Erectile Due to... [Indicate the General Medical Female Dyspareunia Due to '... [Indicate the General Medical Male Dyspareunia Due to... I [Indicpte the General Medical ~ondi~ionj

11 Other Female Sexual Dysfunction Due to...[indicate the General Medical Eating s Other Male Sexual Dysfunction Due to...[indicate the General Medical -.-Substance-Induced Sexual Dysfunction (refer to Substance- Related s for sub:,tancespecific codes) Specify if With Impaired Desire/With Impaired Arousal/With Impaired Orgasm/With Sexual Pain Specify if With Onset During Intoxication Sexual Dysfunction NOS PARAPHILIAS Exhibitionism, Fetishism Frotteurism Pedophilia Specify if: Sexu31ly Attracted to Males/ Sexually Attracted to Females/Sexually Attracted to Both Specify if: Limited to Incest Specify type: Exclusive Type/ Nonexclusive Type Sexual Masochism Sexual Sadism Transvestic Fetishism Specify if: With Gender Dysphoria Voyeurism Paraphilia NOS GENDER IDENTITY DISORDIERS 302.xx Gender Identity.6 in Children.85 in Adolescents or Adults Specify if Sexually Attracted to Males/ Sexually Attracted to Femall!s/Sexually Attracted to Both/Sexually Attracted to Neither Gender Identity NOS Sexual NOS Anorexia Nervosa Specify type: Restricting Type; Binge- Eating/Purging Type Bulimia Nervosa Specify type: Purging Type/Nonpurging Type Eating NOS Sleep s PRIMARY SLEEP Dyssomnias Primary Insomnia Primary Hypersomnia Specify if: Recurrent 347 Narcolepsy Breathing-Related Sleep Circadian Rhythm Sleep Specify type: Delayed Sleep Phase Type/ Jet Lag Type/Shift Work Type/ Unspecified Type Dyssornnia NOS Parasomnias Nightmare Sleep Terror Sleepwalking Parasomnia NOS SLEEP RELATED TO ANOTHER MENTAL DISORDER Insomnia Related to...[indicate the Axis I or Axis II ] Hypersomnia Related to.. [Indicate the Axis I or Axis II ]

12 OTHER SLEEP DISORCIERS 780.xx Sleep Due to... [Indicate the Genj~ral Medical.52 Insomnia Ty!,e.54 Hypersomnia Type.59 Parasomnia Type I.59 Mixed Type -.-Substance-Induced Sleep (refer to Substance- Related ~; for substancespecific codes) SpecifY type: Insomnia Type/ Hypersomnia Type,/Parasomnia Type/ Mixed Type Specify if: With OnSE:t During Intoxication/With (mset During Withdrawal Impulse-Control s Not Elsewhere Classifi.!d Intermittent EXJ)losive Kleptomania Pyromania, Pathological Gambling Trichotillomania, Impulse-Control NOS Personi31ity ~ Note: These are coded on Axis II. Paranoid Personality Schizoid Personality Schizotypal Personality Antisocial Personality Borderline Personality Histrionic Personality Narcissistic Personality Avoidant Personality Dependent Personality Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Personality r.,jos Other Conditions That May Be a Focus of Clinical Attention Adjustment s PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING MEDIC,AL CONDITION 309.xx AdjustmeI1\t Di~:order.0 With Depressed Mood.24 With Aru<iet:{.28 With Mixed Anxiety a~d Depressed Mood!.3 With Disturbance of C~duct.4 With Mixed Disturbanqe of Emotions and Conduct,,.9 Unspecified Specify if: Acute/Chronic [Specifl"ed Psychological Factor] Affecting...[Indicate the General Medical Choose name based on nature of factors: Mental Affecting Medical Condition Psychological Symptoms Affecting Medical Condition

13 Personality Traits or Coping Style Affecting Medical Condition Maladaptive Health Behaviors Affecting Medical Condition Stress-Related Physiological Response Affecting Medical Condition Other or Unspecified Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Condition MEDICATION-INDUCED MOVEMENT Neuroleptic-Induced Parkinsonism Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome Neuroleptic-Induced Acute Dystonia Neuroleptic-Induced Acute Akathisia Neuroleptic-Induced Tardive Dyskinesia Medication-Induced Postural Tremor, Medication-Induced Movement NOS OTHER MEDICATION-INDUCED DISORDER Adverse Effects of Medication NOS RELATIONAL PROBLEMS V61.9 Relational Problem Relatt~d to a Mental or General Medical Condition V61.20 Parent-Child Relational Problem V61.10 Partner Relational Problem PROBLEMS RELATED TO ABUSE OR NEGLECT V61.21 Physical Abuse of Child. (code if focus of attention is on victim) V61.21 Sexual Abuse of Child (code if focus of attention is on victim) V61.21 Neglect of Child. (code iffocus of attention is on victim) -.-Physical Abuse of Adult V61.12 (if by partner) V62.83 (if by person other than partner) (code iffocus of attention is on victim) -.-Sexual Abuse of Adult V61.12 (if by partner) V62.83 (if by person other than partner) (code if focus of attention is on victim) ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE A FOCUS OF CLINICAL ATTENTION VIS.8I Noncompliance With Treatment V65.2 Malingering V7I.0I Adult Antisocial Behavior V7I.02 Child or Adolescent Antisocial Behavior V62.89 Borderline Intellectual Functioning Note: This is coded on Axis II Age-Related Cognitive Decline V62.82 Bereavement - V62.3 Academic Problem V62.2 Occupational Problem Identity Problem - V62.89 Religious or Spiritual Problem V61.8 Sibling Relational Problem V62.81 Relational Problem NOS V62.4 Acculturation Problem V62.89 Phase of Life Problem

14 Additional Codes Multiaxial System Unspecified Menl:al (nonpsychotic) V71.09 No Diagnosis or Condition ~n Axis I Diagnosis or Condition Deferred on Axis I V71.09 No Diagnosis on Axis II Diagnosis Deferred on Axis II Axis I Clinical s Other Conditions That May Be a Focus of Clinical Attention Axis II Personality s Mental Retardation Axis III General Medical Conditions Axis IV Psychosocial and Environmental Problems Axis V Global Assessment of Functioning

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