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Psychopathology in adults with 22qII deletion syndrome and moderate and severe intellectual disability

By: Evers, L. J. M.
Contributor(s): Boer, H | Candel, M. J. J. M | Curfs, L. M. G | Engelen, J. J. M | van Amelsvoort, T. A. M. J.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 58 (10) 2014: 915-925. 2014Subject(s): PSYCHOPATHOLOGY | SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | VELOCARDIOFACIAL SYNDROME | ADULTSSummary: Claims to be the first report addressing adult patients with 22q11DS and moderate to severe ID. Found high levels of psychopathology with higher scores of psychopathology in the intellectual decline group. Life time psychosis seems to be related to deterioration.
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Claims to be the first report addressing adult patients with 22q11DS and moderate to severe ID. Found high levels of psychopathology with higher scores of psychopathology in the intellectual decline group. Life time psychosis seems to be related to deterioration.

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