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Table 1 Most Frequent Baseline Diagnoses in the Analytic Cohort (n = 95)1

From: Substance abuse treatment and psychiatric comorbidity: do benefits spill over? analysis of data from a prospective trial among cocaine-dependent homeless persons

Disorder Frequency Percentage 2
Major Depressive Disorder 35 36.8%
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 21 22.1%
Dysthymia 12 12.6%
Generalized Anxiety Disorder 11 11.6%
Simple Phobia 10 10.5%
Social Phobia 9 9.5%
Adjustment Disorder 7 7.4%
Bipolar Disorder 7 7.4%
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 4 4.2%
None 26 27.4%
  1. Notes for Table 1
  2. 1. The analytic cohort is restricted to those participants available at baseline and follow-up at 6 months (N = 95 of 127 original participants).
  3. 2. Percentages add up to greater than 100% because participants were eligible for multiple diagnoses. Each of the following diagnoses were applied only once: Trichotillomania, Agoraphobia without Panic Disorder, Alcohol-induced Psychotic Disorder, Anxiety Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (NOS), Delusional Disorder NOS, Dementia Alzheimer's Type, Dementia NOS, Dissociative Disorder NOS, Eating Disorder NOS, Insomnia NOS, Pain Disorder, Paraphilia NOS, and Tic Disorder NOS.