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The incidence of adherence in chronic nonadherent patients is not known. The aim of this study was to estimate the frequency of nonadherence in chronic nonadherent patients from a general outpatient clinic population in comparison to a sample of seriously ill patients and to identify the causes of chronic nonadherence. In this controlled, prospective, open cohort study, patients who had visited the outpatient clinics of a general hospital for at least three months were asked to participate. Only patients who chronically failed to fill their prescriptions were included. A total of 96 patients were randomized: 45 nonadherents and 51 adherents. The adherence rate in the study group was 9.8% (95% CI: 6.3-14.5). The adherence rate was 0% in the severely ill group. The difference between the adherence rate in the study group and in the group of severely ill patients was statistically significant (z = 5.07, p < 0.001). The following were found to be causes of chronic nonadherence: 1) lack of knowledge (64%), 2) psychological problems and drug-related side effects (20%), 3) forgetfulness (16%), 4) loss of faith in the treatment (3%), 5) patients' belief that medication is unnecessary (3%), 6) illness-related reasons (1%), 7) malaise of some kind (1%), and 8) other reasons (1%). Although chronic nonadherence is not common in a general outpatient clinic population, 0b46394aab