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Psychiatry Res. 1995 Jan 31;56(1):1-9.

DSM-III-R Axis I and II disorders in agoraphobic inpatients with and without panic disorder before and after psychosocial treatment.

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  • 1Research Institute, Modum Bads Nervesanatorium, Vikersund, Norway.


Panic disorder patients with agoraphobia (n = 32) and agoraphobic patients without panic disorder (n = 18) who were participants in an inpatient behavioral-psychodynamic treatment program were assessed repeatedly from pretreatment to 2-year posttreatment follow-up. At pretreatment, there were statistical trends for more of the panic with agoraphobia patients to have obsessive-compulsive disorder and alcohol abuse/dependence, and for more of the agoraphobia without panic patients to have generalized anxiety disorder and avoidant personality disorder. There was also a trend for more of the panic with agoraphobia patients to have met criteria for major depression during the 2-year follow-up period.

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