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DSM-5 Criteria for Withdrawal Delirium (Delirium Tremens) Print E-mail
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The criteria for withdrawal delirium, are delirium (a rapid-onset fluctuating disturbance of attention and cognition, sometimes with hallucinations) plus alcohol withdrawal.

 

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Staging and Risk Stratification of Germ-Cell Tumors Print E-mail

 

Germ cell tumours of the testis are the commonest malignancy in men aged 20-40 years. Considerable therapeutic improvements in management—based on the cancer's responsiveness to chemotherapy that contains platinum—mean that over 95% of these patients can now expect to be cured.

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