Other specified effects of deprivation can be caused by social exclusion, poverty, and lack of education.
Diagnosis of other specified effects of deprivation is based on a person’s social, economic, and educational history, as well as a physical examination. Other factors to consider include the person’s mental health, substance use, and physical health.
Differential diagnosis for other specified effects of deprivation include other mental health disorders and physical health issues, such as malnutrition or infectious diseases.
Treatment for other specified effects of deprivation typically involves addressing the underlying causes and providing support and resources. Interventions may include psychotherapy, social support, educational programs, and financial assistance.
The prognosis for other specified effects of deprivation is largely dependent on the person’s access to resources and support. With the proper resources and support, the person may be able to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.