The Stars & Stripes reports that a wide-ranging review of behavioral health disgnoses at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington closed in September with Army doctors changing more than half of the cases the evaluated, giving 150 servicemambers new diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The review followed complains early this year about a team od Madigan forensic psychiatrists who sometimes adjusted PTSD diagnoses. Dozens of reevaluations are still outstanding. Former patients can still have their diagnoses reviewed by contacting Madigan. They would be referred to the hospital's Integated Disability Evaluation System. They can also call an Army Command hotline at (800) 984-8523.