High risk of violence

High risk of violence: directed toward himself or toward other:

State in which a individual experiment behaviors that can be physically dangerous to himself or others.

Risk factors.

- Antisocial character.

- Battered women.

- Child abuse.

- Manic excitement.

- Reactions of anger.

- Suicidal behavior.

- Temporal lobe epilepsy.

- Toxic reactions to medication.


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