publication . Article . 2013

Frecuencia de autolesiones y características clínicas asociadas en adolescentes que acudieron a un hospital psiquiátrico infantil

Ulloa Flores, Rosa Elena; Contreras Hernández, Cecilia; Paniagua Navarrete, Karina; Victoria Figueroa, Gamaliel;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2013 Journal: Salud Mental, volume 36, page 417 (issn: 0185-3325, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatria Ramon de la Fuente Muniz
Abstract
Introducción Aunque los estudios de autolesiones en adolescentes han señalado a la psicopatología como un factor de riesgo, existe poca información del fenómeno en población clínica en México. Método El presente estudio examinó las características demográficas y clínicas, así como los tipos, frecuencia y motivos para autolesionarse de 556 adolescentes que acudieron a un hospital psiquiátrico infantil de 2005 a 2011 por medio de la revisión de su expediente. Resultados Dentro de las características que se encontraron con mayor frecuencia fueron el sexo femenino, el nivel socioeconómico bajo, la violencia intrafamiliar y el antecedente de abuso sexual. Los diagnós...
Subjects
free text keywords: Self-harm, adolescents, psychopathology, prevalence, self-cutting, Mexican, Autolesiones, adolescentes, psicopatología, prevalencia, cortes, mexicanos
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