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Handling the withdrawn patient--a flow diagram

Handling the withdrawn patient--a flow diagram

Palliative Medicine 7(4): 333-338

The withdrawn patient challenges effective communication. Some patients are naturally introverted or quiet, but for others the withdrawal represents a change with many possible causes. This flow diagram describes the approach to a withdrawn patient and outlines management.

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