Substance-related disorder Classification and external resources
Comparison of the perceived harm for various psychoactive drugs from a poll among medical psychiatrists specialized in addiction treatment
ICD-10 F10-F19 ICD-9 291-292; 303–305 MeSH D019966
A substance-related disorder is an umbrella term used to describe several different conditions (such as intoxication, harmful use/abuse, dependence, withdrawal, and psychoses or amnesia associated with the use of the substance) associated with several different substances (such as alcohol or opiods).
Though DSM-IV makes a firm distinction between the two, SIDs often occur in the context of SUDs.
Some people can have strong drug cravings even after they have not used the drug for a long period of time. They call this being "clean". To figure out how the brain triggers these cravings they have done multiple test on mice.
Classification and terminology
Substance-induced disorders include medical conditions that can be directly attributed to the use of a substance.
Substance use disorders
Substance use disorders include substance abuse and substance dependence. In DSM-IV, the conditions are formally diagnosed as one or the other, but it has been proposed that DSM-V combine the two into a single condition called "Substance-use disorder".
- Behavioural sciences
- Substance abuse prevention
- Substance-abuse rehabilitation
- Substance abuse treatment
- Shared care
- Chemical dependency
- Major depressive disorder
- Psychological trauma
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Mental and behavioral disorders (F · 290–319) Neurological/symptomaticOther Psychoactive substances, substance abuse, drug abuse and substance-related disorders Schizophrenia, schizotypal and delusional Mood (affective) Neurotic, stress-related and somatoformOther Physiological/physical behavioralNonorganic
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Adult personality and behaviorOther Mental disorders diagnosed in childhoodX-Linked mental retardation (Lujan-Fryns syndrome)Psychological development
Symptoms and uncategorized Psychoactive substance-related disorder (F10–F19, 291–292; 303–305) General Alcohol Opioids CannabisSID (Short-term effects of cannabis, Cannabis withdrawal) · SUD (Cannabis dependence) Sedative/hypnotic Cocaine Stimulants Hallucinogen Tobacco Volatile solventsInhalant abuse: Toluene toxicity Multiple
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