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Treatment guidelines

Patient Demand

Key points

  • Examine why the patient is seeking treatment and assess patient motivation for treatment
  • Examine whether patient expectations match patient demands
  • Discuss assessment results for treatment options and treatment planning
  • Be cautious to not overpromise treatment possibilities and results

Clinical topics

Local factors
Patient assessment

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