Uterine leiomyomata: etiology, symptomatology, and management.
A Profile of Women with Chronic Pelvic Pain
- R. Reiter
- MedicineClinical obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 March 1990
Dissociation, Somatization, Substance Abuse, and Coping in Women With Chronic Pelvic Pain
Evidence-based management of chronic pelvic pain.
- R. Reiter
- Medicine, PsychologyClinical obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 June 1998
Care of the patient with chronic pelvic pain must be continuous and longitudinal if recurrent adverse sequelae, including disability, inappropriate healthcare utilization, and recurrent depression, are to be prevented.
Abuse history and chronic pain in women: I. Prevalences of sexual abuse and physical abuse
Multidisciplinary approach to chronic pelvic pain.
- A. Milburn, R. Reiter, A. Rhomberg
- Medicine, PsychologyObstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North…
- 1 December 1993
Both diagnosis and management of CPP may be greatly facilitated by a multidisciplinary approach integrating specific medical interventions with cognitive-behavioral pain strategies and concurrent…
Enhancing Medication Adherence Through Communication and Informed Collaborative Choice
The failure of patients to adhere to medication is a significant problem in clinical medicine. In simple short-term acute care, as well as in complex longer term treatment for chronic illness, the…
Demographic and Historic Variables in Women With Idiopathic Chronic Pelvic Pain
Although the mean ages at first intercourse were similar, women with idiopathic pelvic pain reported a higher total number of sexual partners and were significantly more likely to have experienced previous significant psychosexual trauma.
Outcomes of Hospital‐Based Managed Care: A Multivariate Analysis of Cost and Quality