Medical Dictionary


noun psy·chi·a·try \-trē\
plural psy·chi·a·tries

Medical Definition of PSYCHIATRY

:  a branch of medicine that deals with the science and practice of treating mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders especially as originating in endogenous causes or resulting from faulty interpersonal relationships
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