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The ICD: prefix is a work around to allow us to gather material here. When the article is written in the correct form [see below} we will put in redirects so the symptom page will be returned when the symptom is searched for e.g. phobia, phobias etc will return ICD: Phobic anxiety disorders page The task for the moment is to cannibalise the existing pages for information on each disorder. The general article should be worked up to an academic standard and retained as an introduction for the interested reader.

Introduction to hypersomnia

It makes sense if all diagnosed conditions are written up in the same way. So please follow these guidelines, amending where appropriate. When editing remove the square brackets where there is not enough information to make it worth going to another page.

If you do go to another page, make the link in this form. 2opening[brackets name of diagnosis: name of link| name of link 2closing]brackets. e.g. Social anxiety: Outcome studies| outcome studies with the brackets reads as "outcome studies" on the page, but the link takes you to the "social anxiety: outcome studies" page and not to the general, "outcome studies" page. See ICD: Agoraphobia for an example.

Please make copious use of the discussion pages to generate proposals for further research, consolidation of treatment protocols etc. etc. Please eliminate this text when redundant.

 : Definition

 : Description

  • symptoms
  • synonyms and related phrases

 : History of the disorder

  • historical sources
  • famous clinicans

 : Epidemiology

 : Risk factors

 : Etiology

 : Diagnosis & evaluation

 : Treatment

 : For people with this difficulty

 : For their carers

: Academic support materials

 : For the practitioner

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