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BACKGROUND: Guilt as a key emotional phenomenon in the cancer-caregiving experience is an understudied issue. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to identify demographic characteristics of cancer caregivers and care-related stress factors that are associated with their feelings of caregiver...
BACKGROUND: Mitochondrial diseases are among the most common genetic disorders, and they have been associated with several psychiatric syndromes. METHOD: The authors present two cases of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) occurring in patients with MELAS (the A3243G mutation). RESULTS: Their...
BACKGROUND: Somatic symptoms (SS) tend to dominate clinical symptomatology in patients with depression in primary care. OBJECTIVE: The authors performed a cross-sectional nationwide epidemiological study on 1,150 primary-care patients with major depression and evaluated the prevalence of SS and...
BACKGROUND: A suicide can be a devastating event in the hospital, and few guidelines exist to aid an institution’s response. METHOD: The authors describe a framework of immediate, short-term and long-term responses in the event of an in-hospital suicide. CONCLUSION: Implications for...
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to identify factors related to muscle tension in patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) with comorbid anxiety and migraine. METHOD: Consecutive psychiatric outpatients with MDD were enrolled. Self-reported muscle tension (SMT) during the...
BACKGROUND: Because psychosomatic medicine (PM) is increasingly practiced in outpatient settings, the scope of practice needs to be delineated from community psychiatry and inpatient psychiatry work. OBJECTIVE: The authors sought to address the question of whether outpatient activities are a...
BACKGROUND: Despite demonstrated prevalence of psychosocial problems among hepatitis C (HCV) patients, little is known about how these problems develop, why they are sustained, and how clinical providers can effectively intervene. OBJECTIVE: The authors used a qualitative approach to investigate...
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