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There is general consensus that cognitive-behavioural therapies offer an effective intervention model.
Terminology was changed in the DSM-V from "Not Otherwise Classified" to "Not Elsewhere Classified".
Still there are certain behaviours similar in both, for example the compulsiveness of skin pickings in ICD patients and the behaviour of reward-seeking (for example hoarding) in OCD patients.
In the case of pathological gambling, along with fluvoxamine, clomipramine has been shown effective in the treatment, with reducing the problems of pathological gambling in a subject by up to 90%.
There has not yet been a determined estimate of its prevalence due to the secretiveness of the disorder.
However, research conducted in early 1990's in the United States gave prevalence estimates between 5%-6% in the U. population, with male cases being higher than female.