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F1x.71 Personality or behaviour disorder Meeting the criteria for organic personality disorder (F07.0). F1x.72 Residual affective disorder Meeting the criteria for organic mood [affective] disorders (F06.3). (...) F1x.75 Late-onset psychotic disorder F1x.8 Other mental and behavioural disorders Code here any other disorder in which the use of a substance can be identified as contributing directly to the condition, but which does not meet the criteria for inclusion in any of the above disorders.
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Score: 1024260.9 - https://www.who.int/substance_...ogy/ICD10ClinicalDiagnosis.pdf
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They are generally characterized by a combination of abnormal thoughts, perceptions, emotions, behaviour and relationships with others. Mental disorders include: depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other psychoses, dementia, and developmental disorders including autism. (...) The maintenance or reactivation of social networks and social activities is important. Bipolar disorder This disorder affects about 45 million people worldwide 1 . (...) Developmental disorders often originate in infancy or early childhood.
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Score: 1022429.3 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...sheets/detail/mental-disorders
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It is used by medical practitioners around the world to diagnose conditions and by researchers to categorize conditions. The inclusion of a disorder in ICD is a consideration which countries take into account when planning public health strategies and monitoring trends of disorders. (...) The inclusion of gaming disorder in ICD-11 follows the development of treatment programmes for people with health conditions identical to those characteristic of gaming disorder in many parts of the world, and will result in the increased attention of health professionals to the risks of development of this disorder and, accordingly, to relevant prevention and treatment measures.    Should all people who engage in gaming be concerned about developing gaming disorder? Studies suggest that gaming disorder affects only a small proportion of people who engage in digital- or video-gaming activities.
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Score: 1007991.6 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ive-behaviours-gaming-disorder
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It is essential to prioritize, implement and fund projects on autism spectrum disorders and other mental disorders in children in developing countries." (...) Emerging evidence indicates that early intervention results in improved outcomes. Autism spectrum disorders and other mental disorders among children bring significant economic hardships to families, given the lack of health resources often found in developing countries. (...) The absence of autism spectrum disorders and other mental disorders among children from lists of the leading causes of death has contributed to their long-term neglect by both public policy-makers in developing countries, as well as donors.
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Score: 1007991.6 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-mental-disorders-in-children
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For many who have struggled while a loved one succumbed to gaming disorder, the classification brings some clarity, and in naming the disorder offers a way of understanding and categorizing the problematic behavior. (...) It is also important to clarify that recognizing gaming disorder does not mean that all people who engage in gaming will develop a gaming disorder. (...) “Most people who play video games don’t have a disorder, just like most people who drink alcohol don’t have a disorder.
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Score: 1007965.1 - https://www.who.int/macaochina...s-affecting-our-mental-health-
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For many who have struggled while a loved one succumbed to gaming disorder, the classification brings some clarity, and in naming the disorder offers a way of understanding and categorizing the problematic behavior. (...) It is also important to clarify that recognizing gaming disorder does not mean that all people who engage in gaming will develop a gaming disorder. (...) “Most people who play video games don’t have a disorder, just like most people who drink alcohol don’t have a disorder.
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Score: 1007965.1 - https://www.who.int/hongkongch...s-affecting-our-mental-health-
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Depressive disorders are already the fourth leading cause of the global disease burden. (...) Despite the chronic and long-term nature of some mental disorders, with the proper treatment, people suffering from mental disorders can live productive lives and be a vital part of their communities. (...) There is only one psychiatrist per 100 000 people in over half the countries in the world, and 40% of countries have less than one hospital bed reserved for mental disorders per 10 000 people. The poor often bear the greater burden of mental disorders, both in terms of the risk in having a mental disorder and the lack of access to treatment.
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Score: 1005394.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ders-affect-one-in-four-people
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ICD10ResearchDiagnosis.PDF 1 World Health Organization F10-F19 Mental and behavioural disorders due to psychoactive substance use F10.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of alcohol F11.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of opioids F12.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of cannabinoids F13.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of sedatives and hypnotics F14.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of cocaine F15.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of other stimulants, including caffeine F16.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of hallucinogens F17.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of tobacco F18.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of volatile solvents F19.- Mental and behavioural disorders due to multiple drug use and use of other psychoactive substances F1x.0 Intoxication G1. (...) There is no evidence of organic cerebral disorder or other mental disorders. Comment This is an uncommon condition. (...) F1x.8 Other mental and behavioural disorders F1x.9 Unspecified mental and behavioural disorder
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Score: 1005128.5 - https://www.who.int/substance_...ogy/ICD10ResearchDiagnosis.pdf
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In November 2020, the Seventy-third World Health Assembly (WHA) adopted resolution WHA73.10 on  Global actions on epilepsy and other neurological disorders,  which requested the WHO Director-General to develop an  Intersectoral global action plan on epilepsy and other neurological disorders  in consultation with Member States. (...) Click here to read the first draft of the Intersectoral global action plan on epilepsy and other neurological disorder . Click here to access the consolidated comments received on the first draft .  (...) Click here to read the draft Intersectoral global action plan on epilepsy and other neurological disorders 2022–2031 as presented for consideration by Member States at World Health Assembly 75 (A75/10 Add.4) Click here for list of resolutions and global commitments relevant to neurological disorders.
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Score: 1005033.6 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...urological-disorders-2022-2031
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The report analyses issues such as levels of government funding, staffing, policies, legislation and information, detailing measures that meet health needs for people with substance use disorders, and highlighting gaps and challenges. Key findings of the Atlas include: Many more people suffer from alcohol use disorders compared to drug use disorders, and both types are more common in men than women. Alcohol causes the highest demand for treatment of substance use disorders in most WHO regions bar the Region of the Americas, where treatment demand is mainly for cocaine use disorders. Alcohol kills every year 35 people and illicit drugs kill four people per every 100,000 people Two-thirds of countries have a government unit or official responsible for treating substance use disorders, and under 50% have a specific budget for treating such disorders In Africa, out-of-pocket payments are the main funding method for treating alcohol and drug use disorders.
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Score: 1005033.6 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...bstance-use-disorders-launched
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