substance use disorders

substance use disorders
[DSM-IV] a subgroup of the substance-related disorders (q.v.) in which psychoactive substance use or abuse repeatedly results in significantly adverse consequences. The group comprises substance abuse and substance dependence; specific disorders or groups of disorders are named on the basis of etiology, e.g., alcohol use disorders, alcohol abuse, and alcohol dependence.

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