Neurotic personality and pseudo-cardiac symptoms in a day hospital patients diagnosed at pretreatment between 2004 and 2014.

  title={Neurotic personality and pseudo-cardiac symptoms in a day hospital patients diagnosed at pretreatment between 2004 and 2014.},
  author={Jerzy Sobański and Lech Popiołek and Katarzyna Klasa and Krzysztof Rutkowski and Edyta Dembińska and Michał Mielimąka and Katarzyna Cyranka and Łukasz M{\"u}ldner-Nieckowski},
  journal={Psychiatria polska},
  volume={50 1},
AIM Assessment of associations between occurrence of pseudocardiac symptoms in patients qualified for psychotherapy, with intensity and picture of their neurotic personality disorder. MATERIAL AND METHODS Case records of 2450 patients from years 2004-2014 were analysed in terms of associations between symptoms reported by means of symptom checklist and global neurotic symptom scores (OWK), global neurotic personality level (XKON) and elevated scores of 24 scales of KON-2006 personality… 

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