10 Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders.
11 Eating, sleep and sexual disorders.
13 Organic psychiatric disorders.
14 Substance misuse.
15 Personality disorders.
16 Childhood disorders.
17 Learning disability (mental retardation).
18 Psychiatry in other settings.
Multiple choice questions.
Answers to multiple choice questions.
Appendix 1: ICD-10 classification of psychiatric disorders.
Appendix 2: Keeping up to date and evidence based.
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