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Table 2 Clinical diagnoses and patient complaints among MINI-diagnosed alcohol-related disorders

From: Under-diagnosis of alcohol-related problems and depression in a family practice in Japan

Age and sex MINI diagnoses Clinical diagnoses (ICPC2) Patient complaints (ICPC2)
40 years, male Current alcoholism Upper respiratory infection (R74) counseling with a preventive purpose(A98) and cough(R05)
39 years, male Current alcoholism Streptococcal pharyngitis(R72) Cough(R05)
48 years, male Current alcoholism Upper respiratory infection (R74) Common cold(R74) and cough(R05)
36 years, female Current alcoholism and Obsessive-Compulsive disorder Upper respiratory infection (R74) and migraine(N89) Common cold(R74)
28 years, male Current alcoholism and Hypomanic episode Upper respiratory infection (R74) Cough(R05) and runny nose(R07)
46 years, male Current alcohol abuse Hypertension(K86) Fear of hypertension(K25)
29 years, male Current alcohol abuse Acute bronchitis(R78) Cough(R05)
41 years, male Current alcohol abuse Upper respiratory infection (R74) and depression(P76) Sputum(R25)
  1. ICPC2; International Classifications for Primary Care, Second Edition
  2. MINI: Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview