Comment: Why ADHD is a complex disorder
Diagnostic and treatment guidelines and local care pathways are useful for as long as they are meaningful, and can be easily translated and applied in day-to-day clinical practice. It is often the case that children with complex neurodevelopmental disorders are just that: complex, with more than one psychiatric condition and, sometimes, additional cognitive and psychosocial deficits.
ADHD in practice 2009; 1(4): 3–3
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