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Taking care of the hateful patient.
  • J. E. Groves
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 20 April 1978
"Hateful patients" are not those with whom the physician has an occasional personality clash. As defined here they are those whom most physicians dread. The insatiable dependence of "hatefulExpand
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Male genital self-mutilation.
Men who intentionally mutilate or remove their own genitals are likely to be psychotic at the time of the act, to have a number of goals and aims relating to conflicts about the male role, and to beExpand
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Emergence of hostility during alprazolam treatment.
Of 80 patients given alprazolam, eight became hostile early in treatment. The authors suggest that alprazolam-induced hostility may be more likely in patients with well-suppressed chronic anger andExpand
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Celebrity Patients, VIPs, and Potentates.
BACKGROUND: During the second half of the 20th century, the literature on the doctor-patient relationship mainly dealt with the management of "difficult" (personality-disordered) patients. SimilarExpand
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Accidental injuries of hospitalized patients. A prospective cohort study.
Eight hundred and six medical and surgical patients who were hospitalized via the emergency ward were followed over their entire impairment stays and rated in anterograde, double-blind fashion forExpand
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The long-acting phenothiazines.
Injected intramuscularly, the enanthane and decanoate esters of the phenothiazine fluphenazine are an effective treatment of the disordered behavior and thinking of schizophrenia. The decanoateExpand
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Computer Simulation and Virtual Reality in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders
Patient: Well, my boyfriend made me come here Computer: YOUR BOYFRIEND MADE YOU COME HERE Patient: He says I’m depressed much of the time Computer: I AM SORRY TO HEAR YOU ARE DEPRESSED Patient: It isExpand
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Medical professionalism: a tale of two doctors.
The AMA's social media guidelines provide physicians with some basic rules for maintaining professional boundaries when engaging in online activities. Left unanswered are questions about how theseExpand
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