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Prevalence of psychiatric morbidity using GHQ-28 among cleft lip patients in Sokoto.

Prevalence of psychiatric morbidity using GHQ-28 among cleft lip patients in Sokoto. In the management of cleft lip, attention is usually focused on physical deformity and functional anomaly. Previous studies on psychiatric morbidity challenged this position. However, most of these studies were from western society. Few studies have reported on the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adult Nigerian patients with cleft lip. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of African medicine Pubmed

Prevalence of psychiatric morbidity using GHQ-28 among cleft lip patients in Sokoto.

Annals of African medicine , Volume 12 (2): -125 – Aug 12, 2013

Prevalence of psychiatric morbidity using GHQ-28 among cleft lip patients in Sokoto.


Abstract

In the management of cleft lip, attention is usually focused on physical deformity and functional anomaly. Previous studies on psychiatric morbidity challenged this position. However, most of these studies were from western society. Few studies have reported on the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adult Nigerian patients with cleft lip.

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ISSN
1596-3519
DOI
10.4103/1596-3519.112414
pmid
23713023

Abstract

In the management of cleft lip, attention is usually focused on physical deformity and functional anomaly. Previous studies on psychiatric morbidity challenged this position. However, most of these studies were from western society. Few studies have reported on the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adult Nigerian patients with cleft lip.

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Annals of African medicinePubmed

Published: Aug 12, 2013

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