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Acutely Suicidal Patients—Management in General Medical Practice

By Robert E. Litman


Suicidal crises are best understood as late stages in the progressive breakdown of adaptational behavior in emotionally exhausted patients. The premonitory symptoms of suicide include verbal communications, suicide attempts, symptomatic actions, depression, treatment failure, excessive emotional reactions to specific disease states and panic reactions

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