Complaints of neurotic patients that are of interest for a cardiologist.

  title={Complaints of neurotic patients that are of interest for a cardiologist.},
  author={Jerzy Sobański and Katarzyna Klasa and Lech Popiołek and Krzysztof Rutkowski and Edyta Dembińska and Michał Mielimąka and Katarzyna Cyranka and Łukasz M{\"u}ldner-Nieckowski and Bogna Smiatek-Mazgaj and Paweł Rodziński},
  journal={Kardiologia polska},
  volume={73 11},
BACKGROUND Patients in various areas of medicine report symptoms that are unexplained by other medical reasons than psychological/psychiatric. Some of them urgently seek treatment due to cardiovascular complaints, mostly rapid heart rate, palpitations and chest pain. Typical cardiac investigations, usually showing no organic reasons for these conditions, bring little information about stressful life events and psychological predispositions of these patients. Identification of coexistence of… 
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