Jason C. Hunt

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Recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI) is a very common medical complaint among women. A large proportion of such recurrence is attributable to a small sub-group of sufferers. Medical factors have proven insufficient to explain all such cases, and a number of psychological factors have been suggested as having a causal role. This study examines the(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the comparability of two forms of self-report of behaviours associated with recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI), using questionnaire estimations and diary recordings. SUBJECTS AND METHODS A group of 26 women (mean age 36.5 years, SD 9.57) with recurrent UTI and a group of 25 comparison women (mean age 36.7 years, SD 8.82) were(More)
Around one-quarter of stoma patients experience clinically significant psychological symptoms post-operatively. Psychological disorders are often not detected by those involved with the care of stoma patients. Past psychiatric history, dissatisfaction with preoperative preparation for surgery, postoperative physical symptomatology and the presence of(More)
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a very common medical disorder among women, and is a chronic, recurrent problem for a cluster of sufferers. The factors involved in the aetiology of recurrent UTI are not adequately understood. Most research and treatment has focused on the influence of medical factors, although clinical impressions suggest that(More)
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