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Old 01-08-19, 01:01 PM
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Re: Comparing hyperkinetic disorder and ADHD.

Did you skip over the first paragraph of that Wiki link?

Where it says that hyperkineic disorder is an out-dated term?

That it was considered much the same as combined-type ADHD?

That the World Health Organization no longer has a listing for hyperkinetic
disorder, but has replaced it with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?

What is the point in comparing two things that have come to be considered
to be the same?
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