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Chapter 11. Elimination Disorders

DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585624836.983426
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The chapter on elimination disorders is the second of four DSM-5 chapters that explicitly deal with variations of normal bodily processes. These normal bodily processes can go awry in multiple ways, but from a diagnostic perspective, the distress and/or dysfunction can emerge as a symptomatic part of another disorder or as a cluster of symptoms that can be categorized as a relatively autonomous elimination disorder (with or without comorbidities).

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