Psychophysiological Disorders and Pain Medication Prescription Among Internal Medicine Outpatients

| February 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor:

Psychophysiological disorders are physical disorders with psychological overlays. Because the proportion of psychological overlay is always variable, these types of disorders can be challenging to treat in primary care settings—particularly with regard to the management of any associated pain

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Category: Headache, Letters to the Editor, Mental Disorders, Mood Disorders, Neurologic Systems and Symptoms, Neurology, Pain, Past Articles, Psychiatry, Psychology

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