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Table 1 The affective and anxiety disorders in the study groups of older people with intellectual disability (ID) (7936) and in the general population from the same cohort (7936), from 2002 to 2012a

From: The occurrence of comorbidities with affective and anxiety disorders among older people with intellectual disability compared with the general population: a register study

  ID
n = 7936
gRef
n = 7936
n % n %
Affective Disorders (F3)
(F30) Manic episode 32 0.4% <5 0.0%
(F31) Bipolar affective disorder 170 2.1% 42 0.5%
(F32) Depressive episode 358 4.5% 254 3.2%
(F33) Recurrent depressive disorder 116 1.5% 116 1.5%
(F34) Persistent mood [affective] disorders 21 0.3% 23 0.3%
(F38) Other mood [affective] disorders < 5 0.0% 5 0.1%
(F39) Unspecified mood [affective] disorder 35 0.4% 17 0.2%
At least one F3 576 7.3% 342 4.3%
Anxiety Disorders (F4)
(F40) Phobic anxiety disorders 36 0.5% 16 0.2%
(F41) Other anxiety disorders 289 3.7% 196 2.5%
(F42) Obsessive-compulsive disorder 74 0.9% 10 0.1%
(F43) Reaction to severe stress, adjustment disorders 81 1.0% 143 1.8%
(F44) Dissociative [conversion] disorders 27 03% <5 0.0%
(F45) Somatoform disorders 31 0.4% 48 0.6%
(F48) Other neurotic disorders 11 0.1% 5 0.1%
At least one F4 471 5.9% 354 4.5%
  1. aReference: “Psychiatric diagnoses in older people with intellectual disability in comparison with the general population: a register study” by Axmon, A., Björne, P., Nylander, L., & Ahlström, G. (2017), Epidemiology And Psychiatric Sciences, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1017/S2045796017000051