ANXIETY DISORDERS: Associated with Panic Excessive Anxiety, Fear, Avoidance, and/or Increased ArousalRule out Anxiety Disorder due to General Medical Condition (e.g. hyperthyroidism, anemia, CHF), Another Mental Disorder, or Substance/Medication-Induced Anxiety Disorder Associated with Panic and/or Physical (Autonomic) Symptoms Associated with Specific Situation/Avoidance of the Specific Situation Recurrent, Unexpected Panic Attacks Panic Disorder Specific Trigger (e.g. water, heights, animals, etc.)Public Setting Where a Negative Evaluation May OccurSocial Anxiety Disorder Specific Phobia Associated with Recurrent Anxious Thoughts Anxiety Review Panel, Evans M, Bradwejn J, Dunn L (Eds) (2000). Guidelines for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care. Toronto: Queen's Printer of Ontario, pp. 41American Psychiatric Association (2013). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed. DSM-V). NB: If the symptoms are clinically significant but do not meet the criteria for a specific anxiety disorder, consider Other Specified Anxiety Disorder or Unspecified Anxiety Disorder Separation From Attachment Figure Separation Anxiety Disorder Using Public Transportation, Open Spaces, Enclosed Spaces, Being in a Line, Crowd, or Outside the Home Agoraphobia

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