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Neurological soft signs in female trichotillomania patients, obsessive- compulsive disorder patients, and healthy control subjects
The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 1994;6:184-187.
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Female trichotillomania patients, obsessive-compulsive disorder patients, and normal control subjects did not differ in total scores on a neurological soft signs battery. Further studies should determine whether the increased neurological soft signs present in obsessive- compulsive disorder and perhaps in obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders are associated with male gender only.

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