Discussion of psychiatric casualty figures in military personnel tends not to distinguish between acute and chronic conditions. Combat-related stress (CRS) responds well to immediate, short-term intervention. Overall psychiatric casualties are approximately 30%. Contemplating the future in 1982, Romo & Schneider suggested casualty figures might be higher. This article considers factors contributing to the incidence of psychiatric casualties.
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