A description of the pathological features and clinical criteria for diagnosis. The biopsychological theories of the pathology. Nervous system structure(s), neurotransmitter(s), receptor(s), and pathways implicated in the disorder. Possible causes, including genetic, environmental, familial, lifestyle, and other identifiable risk factors. Epidemiology of the disorder. Clinical presentation and natural history of the condition. Potential complications; neurologic, psychiatric, and other medical or nonmedical. Current treatment options; pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic Future directions for research and clinical management

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