- Psychiatric Annals
- May 2011 - Volume 41 · Issue 5: 249-251
A 7-year-old white boy had been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), inattentive type, 1 year before. He also had a reading disorder with verbal comprehension impairment. He was brought into the emergency room for agitation and self-injurious behavior while at a day camp. He had barricaded himself with stacked chairs and was banging his head repeatedly into the file cabinet after an altercation with his friends.
Bliss A. Chalemian, MD, is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Attending Psychiatrist; Asad Amir, MD, is a Fourth Year Resident; Sree Latha Krishna Jadapalle, MD, is a research assistant at Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ.
Dr. Chalemian; Dr. Amir; and Dr. Jadapalle have disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
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