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Spirituality, distress, depression, anxiety, and quality of life in patients with advanced cancer.
OBJECTIVE To study the influence of spiritual well being (Sp WB) on symptoms of distress, depression, and other dimensions of quality of life in advanced cancer patients receiving palliative care. Expand
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HIV and psychiatric disorders.
HIV infection and psychiatric disorders have a complex relationship. Being HIV infected could result in psychiatric disorders as a psychological consequence of the infection or because of the effectExpand
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HIV & psychiatric disorders.
HIV infection and psychiatric disorders have a complex relationship. Being HIV infected could result in psychiatric disorders as a psychological consequence of the infection or because of the effectExpand
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Somatoform disorders, somatization and abnormal illness behaviour
Somatization and abnormal illness behaviour (AIB) often co-exist, and their inter-relationship appears to be complex. Patients with somatization are often observed to demonstrate abnormal illnessExpand
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Suicidality in early pregnancy among antepartum mothers in urban India
This study assessed the prevalence and predictors of suicidality among 462 pregnant women in South India. Women in early pregnancy (<20 weeks) attending an urban public hospital antenatal center wereExpand
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Differential detection of Newcastle disease virus strains by degenerate primers based RT-PCR.
Degenerate primers based RT-PCR (previously described by [Avian Dis 26 (1997) 837]) has been used for the detection and differentiation of Newcastle disease (ND) viruses. Two sets of primers (A+B andExpand
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Consumer perspectives on the concept of recovery in schizophrenia: A systematic review.
Subjective descriptions of recovery from schizophrenia may be different from clinical recovery measures. The aim of the review was to identify the consumer perspectives of recovery fromExpand
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The establishment of a mother-baby inpatient psychiatry unit in India: Adaptation of a Western model to meet local cultural and resource needs
Background: Several Western countries have established mother-baby psychiatric units for women with mental illness in the postpartum; similar facilities are however not available in most low andExpand
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Objective standardized clinical assessment with feedback: Adapting the objective structured clinical examination for postgraduate psychiatry training in India.
BACKGROUND The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) is used commonly for assessment of psychiatry trainees but has been used less for teaching. AIM AND SETTING: This study describes theExpand
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What's ‘in the body’ is actually ‘in the mind’!
Of the many controversies, debates, confusions and disagreements the term ‘somatic symptoms’ means different symptoms to different professionals across the world and in major classifications. WhatExpand
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