Diagnosis of Alcohol Abuse
CRC Press, 1989 M07 31 - 288 pages
The latest methods used to diagnose alcoholism are discussed in this timely publication. Old systems are reviewed, and their efficacy in the diagnosis of alcoholism is analyzed. Laboratory methods that could improve the objectivity and accuracy of clinical tests are highlighted. Additionally, physical, psychological, and biochemical tests used to diagnose severe alcoholism are explored.
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