Hearts, guts and minds: somatisation in the military from 1900.

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OBJECTIVES To identify patterns of somatisation in army personnel diagnosed with postcombat syndromes from the Boer War to the Gulf conflict. METHODS Using random samples of UK servicemen awarded war pensions, patterns of symptoms were compared and related to contemporary accounts. RESULTS Somatic symptoms continued to be common during and after World… (More)

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