substance-induced persisting amnestic disorder
- [DSM-IV] an amnestic disorder caused by the lasting effects of a drug of abuse, medication, or toxic substance, often remaining stable or even worsening long after exposure to the substance has ended. Individual cases are named for the specific substance involved.
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