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Clinical anxiety

Introduction: Clinical anxiety

Description of Clinical anxiety

Clinical anxiety: chronic, intense, or pathological anxiety which drives the sufferer to seek treatment; apprehension, tension, or uneasiness stemming from anticipation of danger from a vague or unknown source, internal or external, lasting at least 6 months; compare with FEAR and ANXIETY.
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