Functional somatic syndromes are common and disabling physical complaints, now recognized as legitimate diseases despite a lack of medical explanation. This book provides a comprehensive clinically-oriented review of these disorders, including case presentations and diagnosis and treatment guidelines.Table of Contents 1. Definition and etiological theories Peter Manu2. Chronic fatigue syndrome Peter Manu, Dale A. Matthews3. Fibromyalgia syndrome Micha Abeles4. Irritable bowel syndrome George F. Longstreth5. Premenstrual syndrome Teri Pearlstein6. Interstitial cystitis Ngoc Ho, James A. Koziol, C. Lowell Parsons7. Temporomandibular disorders Carol M. Greco, Thomas E. Rudy, Andrew Herlich8. Chest pain syndromes Lawson R. Wulsin9. Repetitive strain injury Stephen P. Tyrer10. Multiple chemical sensitivities Abba I. Terr11. Psychopharmacology of functional somatic syndromes Arthur Rifkin12. Psychotherapy of functional somatic syndromes Gary Taerk13. Determination of disability claimed by patients with functional somatic syndromes Peter Manu14. Functional somatic syndromes: exploring common denominators Peter Manu.
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Titolo: Functional Somatic Syndromes - Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Edizione: I 1998
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
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