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Tijdschr Psychiatr. 2011;53(5):305-10.

[Developmental coordination disorder in a child with ADHD; is DCD a DSM-IV diagnosis that is not recognised by child psychiatry?].

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  • 1GGZ Kinderen en Jeugd Rivierduinen, Leiden.

Abstract

A five-year-old boy received treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In connection with his motor problems he was referred to a rehabilitation centre specialising in the study and treatment of developmental coordination disorder (DCD). When treating a patient with ADHD, doctors should ask regularly about the patient's motor functioning and, if necessary, arrange a referral. In the first instance a young patient should be referred to a paediatric physiotherapist or, if the problems are complex, referral should be to a paediatric rehabilitation doctor. A combination of ADHD and DCD has a poorer prognosis than ADHD alone.

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