Pramod Bhardwaj

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Fifty cases of chronic non-specific abdominal pain were studied prospectively. All patients were subjected to a detailed clinical examination and investigations related to gastrointestinal system. A full psychiatric assessment was done with application of Goldberg's 60 item's General Health Questionnaire. Thirty four (68%) patients had psychiatric symptoms,(More)
To evaluate the role of psychiatric illness in patients with chronic abdominal pain, 50 patients with this symptom were subjected to thorough clinical examination, detailed investigations and Goldberg's 60-item General Health Questionnaire. Those scoring 12 in this questionnaire were subjected to a detailed psychiatric evaluation. Sixteen (32%) patients had(More)
62 out of 68 acute psychosis patients who were initially recruited from the Bikaner Centre in 1982 for the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) study on "phenomenology and natural history of acute psychosis" were assessed after completion of 10 years in 1992-93 on SCAAPS and PSE with the objective of studying the long term course and outcome of acute(More)
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