By David J. Nutt, James C. Ballenger
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This ﬁnding is even more remarkable, because we deliberately chose to present ﬁndings from a younger age group that should give us considerably higher chances of pure disorders than samples based on older subjects. 1 demonstrates that the situation is even more complex, because of the fact that the vast majority of comorbid cases have not just one other anxiety disorder, but even two, or three or more out of the total of 13 speciﬁc forms of anxiety disorders included in the analyses. The three disorders with the highest number of additional diagnoses in this young sample are post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorder and agoraphobia.
Anxiety Disorders by David J. Nutt, James C. Ballenger