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SERRANO C., ADRIANA M.; ORTIZ J., DANILO A.  e  BOHORQUEZ P., ADRIANA P.. FREQUENCY OF PSICHIATRIC COMORBIDITIES IN PATIENTS WITH POST- TRAUMATIC STRESS DISSORDER. rev.fac.med [online]. 2009, vol.17, n.1, pp.20-25. ISSN 0121-5256.

The clinical presentation of the psychiatric co-morbidities associated to the Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (TEPT) is described by means of a descriptive cross section observational study made in patients with a diagnosis of TEPT with antecedent of exhibition to combats, with military rank of professional, sergeant major or official, hospitalized by the Service of Psychiatry of the Central Military Hospital of Bogota between January and June of 2008,. One detected agoraphobia in 45.5% of the subjects, social phobia in 18.2%, specific phobias (according to the type) between 36.4% and 45.5%, a prevalence of 63.3% for depressive upheavals and 10% for distimia, concluding that the affective upheavals, followed by anxiety, were the most frequent co-morbidities, without positive data for consumption of illegal substances. Although this is a pilot study, with a small sample of only eleven patients, it is the first approach to the investigation of co-morbidities in a population of special interest for the Military Health and the National Defense, which in the future and with greater number of patients, will allow to establish and to fortify protocols for its management.

Palavras-chave : combat disorders; depressive disorder; post-traumatic stress disorder; dysthymic disorder.

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