Psychosomatic gastro-intestinal disease.

Abstract

Psychosomatic disease is the commonest disorder in clinical gastro-enterology. It may be of primary importance in the patient's presentation, or act in a secondary role to modify organic disease and its management. Careful history-taking is essential in differentiating whether symptoms arise as a result of psychological stimuli or organic disease, as the… (More)

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