somatization disorder


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somatization disorder

[‚sō·mə·tə′zā·shən dis‚ȯrd·ər]
(psychology)
A chronic fluctuating somatoform disorder in which the patient recurrently complains of multiple somatic symptoms that are referable to practically every organ system in the body but which, upon medical investigation, turn out not to be a diagnosable physical disease.
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Diagnoses established by the child and adolescent psychiatrist % (n=39) Conversion disorder 17.9 (7) Major depressive disorder 15.3 (6) Panic disorder 15.3 (6) Behavioral disorder 12.8 (5) Acute stress disorder 12.8 (5) Somatization disorder 10.2 (4) Dissociative disorder 5.1 (2) Bipolar disorder 5.1 (2) Psychotic disorder 2.5 (1) Schizophrenia 2.5 (1)
In previous studies; depression, somatization disorder, bipolar disorder, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder have been found to be the most common coexisting disorders with FMS (2,3).
Dissociation, childhood interpersonal trauma, and family functioning in patients with somatization disorder. A J P.
Psychiatric consultation in somatization disorder: A randomized controlled study.
13 spouses were diagnosed to anxiety spectrum and stress related disorders including mixed anxiety depression, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, adjustment disorder and somatization disorder. Current study showed that 4% of the spouses were having both anxiety and depressive features which is almost similar to another study where 3.3% of the sample showed depressive and anxiety symptoms.[R] Present study also showed a total prevalence of 2% for panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder together.
Parental rejection and comorbid disorders in adolescents with somatization disorder. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 22(1), 125-142.
Predictor variables Variable Criteria F P R Somatization disorder Commitment to 4/19 0/0001 0/76 continuous Anxiety and sleep disorders Social dysfunction Disturbance Depression Predictor variables [R.sup.2] [beta] t P Somatization disorder 0/57 -0/01 -0/20 -0/84 Anxiety and sleep 0/05 0/82 0/40 disorders Social dysfunction 0/05 0/84 0/39 Disturbance 0/74 15/52 0/0001 Depression Table 4: Results of regression analysis between each of the psychological component of normative commitment.
Se realizo una busqueda sistematica por medio de las motores de busqueda Pubmed, Embase y Lilacs; se revisaron estudios clinicos realizados de 1992 a 2012 en menores de 18 anos con criterios de busqueda que incluyeron: somatoform disorder (somatization disorder, somatization disorders briquet syndrome, pain disorder), conversion disorder (conversion disorders, hysteria, conversion reaction globus hystericus), hypochondriasis.
Male and female out-patients between 18 and 70 years of age who suffered from either neurasthenia (ICD10 F48.0), post-traumatic stress disorder (PSD, F43.1) or somatization disorder (F45.0, F45.1) (WHO 1992), and who had not been treated for these disorders for at least 3 months, were eligible for inclusion.
(51) According to the findings published in the DSM-IV-TR, the lifetime prevalence rates for somatization disorder range from 0.2-2% among women, and less than 0.2% in men.
Forty-four outpatients with conversion disorder, motor type, or somatization disorder with motor conversion symptoms, were randomly assigned to a hypnosis or a waiting-list condition.
Psychiatric co-morbidity in primary care somatization disorder. Psychosom Med 1990; 52(4): 445-451.