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Invisible Illness

Impairing Emotional Outbursts

Proposed ICD Code for the DSM-5

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ICD Codes or International Classification of Disease Codes are not exciting news. The World Health Organization (WHO) maintains these codes from official health bodies, like the APA. In the U.S. they’re important to doctors and hospitals for insurance billing purposes as the primary users; and for medical research to help understand diseases as secondary users.




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Seth Underwood

Seth Underwood

50+ autistic, undiagnosed dyslexic, sufferer of chronic migraines, writer of dark science fiction, player of Genshin Impact and Mike Pondsmith Fan. Race- Human.

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