[Psychiatric practice and dentistry: anthropological and clinical relations].

Abstract

The authors establish the clinical and anthropological connections relative to the buccal patient. Although apparently the relationship between the psychiatrist and the patient is diametrically opposite to the relationship that a buccolic professional may have with a patient, however, the reflexion which is developed in the work shows, from a wholistic and anthropological perspective, that both professional activities are confluent when dealing with the conception of "sick patient". Two clinical cases illustrate the difficulties which, sometimes, appear in the relationship between the psychiatrist and the ondotologist.

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@article{Moreno1991PsychiatricPA, title={[Psychiatric practice and dentistry: anthropological and clinical relations].}, author={J Rojo Moreno and C Valdemoro Garc{\'i}a and Miguel Pe{\~n}arrocha Diago}, journal={Revista de actualidad odontoestomatológica española : boletín de información, del Ilustre Consejo General de Colegios de Odontólogos y Estomatólogos de España}, year={1991}, volume={51 401}, pages={27-30} }