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Table 2 The diagnoses established by the forensic psychiatric examination

From: Dementia and cognitive disorder identified at a forensic psychiatric examination - a study from Sweden

Primary diagnosis n Secondary diagnosis
Dementia not otherwise specified 3 Maladaptive stress reaction (1)
Psychotic disorder not otherwise specified (1)
Cognitive disorder not otherwise specified 2 Alcohol dependence (1)
Dementia of the Alzheimer’s type 2 Alcohol intoxication (1)
Dementia due to head trauma and alcohol 2 Alcohol dependence (2)
Alcohol-induced persisting dementia 1 Alcohol dependence
Substance-induced persisting dementia 1 Alcohol dependence
Dementia due to Parkinson’s disease 1  
Dementia due to encephalitis by herpes virus 1 Alcohol dependence
Vascular dementia 1  
Vascular dementia with depressed mood 1 Post-traumatic stress disorder
Vascular dementia with delirium 1  
Multi-infarct dementia with delusions 1  
Alcohol dependence 1 Alcohol-induced persisting dementia
Psychotic disorder due to brain damage caused by alcohol 1 Cognitive disorder not otherwise specified and alcohol dependence
Delusional disorder 1 Cognitive disorder not otherwise specified
Personality change due to cerebral haemorrhage 1 Dementia due to cerebral haemorrhage and alcohol dependence
  1. Table 2 shows the psychiatric diagnoses established by the forensic psychiatric examination in the 21 cases
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