7 met criteria for 2 diagnoses and the remaining 25

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met criteria for 1 diagnosis, 18 (16.7%) met criteria for 2 diagnoses, and the remaining 25 participants (23.2%) met criteria for 3 or more diagnoses (range, 3-9 diagnoses). Appendix L provides additional details on the number of diagnoses (and type, where applicable) for each participant. 3.11.1 Psychiatric Functioning at Follow-up as a Function of Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Of the 16 bisexual/homosexual persisters, data were available for 15 participants. Of these, 13 (86.6%) met criteria for one or more psychiatric diagnoses at follow-up (other than GID). Of the 66 bisexual/homosexual desisters, data were available for 51 participants. Of
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145 these, 41 (80.3%) met criteria for one or more diagnoses. Of the 42 heterosexual desisters, data were available for 37 participants. Of these, 13 (35.1%) met criteria for one or more diagnoses. Across the three groups, the number of participants administered the Diagnostic Interview Schedule versus the Diagnostic Interview for Children and Adolescents was not evenly distributed. As such, this rendered the total number of diagnoses for each participant potentially misleading. As an alternative to comparing the groups on the mean number of
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