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Seil, D. (2001). Gender Identity Disorder: An Overview. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 6(2):111-119.

(2001). Gender and Psychoanalysis, 6(2):111-119

Gender Identity Disorder: An Overview

David Seil, M.D.

Gender Identity Disorder, a condition of undetermined eliology, has a consistent symptomatology and course. In this issue, however, the accuracy of this diagnostic label is questioned and the demographics and developmental course of this population are described. Clearly, the condition does not improve over time without appropriate dinical intervention. Indeed, as time goes on, the life situation of the untreated individual involves increasing complications. Two autobiographical statements ilustrate the clinical and developmental issues.

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