The following MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) terms are used in MEDLINE:
Substance-Related Disorders Alcohol-Related Disorders Alcohol Amnestic Disorder + Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium Alcoholic Intoxication Alcoholism Binge Drinking Psychoses, Alcoholic Wernicke Encephalopathy Amphetamine-Related Disorders Cocaine-Related Disorders Inhalant Abuse Marijuana Abuse Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Opioid-Related Disorders Heroin Dependence Morphine Dependence Phencyclidine Abuse Psychoses, Substance-Induced Substance Abuse, Intravenous Substance Withdrawal Syndrome Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium Tobacco Use Disorder
The following Library of Congress subject terms are arranged with more specific terms listed under more general terms. The library catalog uses Drug Abuse for articles on abuse of drugs in the broad sense; articles on abuse of prescription drugs are entered under Medication Abuse.
ADDICTION SUBSTANCE abuse AEROSOL sniffing ALCOHOLISM BETEL chewing CAFFEINE habit DRUG abuse AMPHETAMINE abuse INTRAVENOUS drug abuse MARIJUANA abuse MEDICATION abuse NARCOTIC habit COCAINE habit HEROIN habit MORPHINE habit NARCOTICS dealers OPIUM habit PHENCYCLIDINE abuse DUAL diagnosis SOLVENT abuse TOBACCO habit
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