PTSD in Traumatic Injury to a Companion Pet

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PTSD in Traumatic Injury to a Companion Pet

PTSD was born out of the need to describe the harmful psychological and physiological symptoms of veterans returning from the Vietnam War. A 62 year old Caucasian gentleman was referred for neuropsychological and psychological testing following an automobile accident. On May 8th, 2006, Mr. SD and his dog, a Basset Hound, were pedestrian victims of an automobile accident.


Citation: Watters N, Ruff R, Jamora CW (2012) Can a Posttraumatic Stress Disorder be caused by a Traumatic Injury to a Companion Pet? J Trauma Treatment 1:117.

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