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The effect of aversion therapy in a case with conversion disorder associated with mood and obsessive-compulsive disorders
Conversion disorder is a type of motor or sensory dysfunction that does not conform to the concepts of anatomy and physiology of the central or peripheral nervous systems. This disorder, more prevalent among the young women, may appear after the stress, creating several non-prevalent clinical signs usually associated with mood and anxiety disorders. Therefore, this study aimed to examine the effect of aversion therapy on a patient with conversion disorder associated with mood andfatcat:nsmhs3zs4vefzcpkilwwimaofy