OCD Diagnosis and Treatment
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The paper examines the case of "Jake," who has an obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) which has reemerged after the birth of his child. The paper explains the diagnosis for OCD and outlines the probable causes that can be broken into neurobiology, etiology and genetic factors. The paper offers recommendations for the treatment of this condition.
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