somatopsychic


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somatopsychic

[¦sō·məd·ə′sī·kik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to both the body and mind.
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More so because the quantum of psychiatric, psychosomatic and somatopsychic problems seen at the primary care level far exceeds the past estimates.
Somatopsychic Correlates and Quality of Life of the Dialyzed Patient: A Cross-Sectional Study.
Comprehending and accepting psychodynamic somatopsychic associations 9.
Sturzenegger, "Common whiplash: Psychosomatic or somatopsychic?" Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, vol.
(13) Studies have indicated that in Oman there is a tendency to use somatopsychic idioms of distress rather than verbalizing said distress.
These symptoms were also associated with either visual illusions, including dysmetropsia, namely, macropsia and micropsia (objects or other people appearing bigger or smaller) and telopsia and pelopsia (objects or other people appearing respectively further or nearer), or disorders of consciousness, as feelings of derealization, depersonalization, somatopsychic duality (i.e., the idea to be split in two, more often vertically in the middle), and alteration in judgment of time.
Diabetes mellitus as a model of psychosomatic and somatopsychic interrelationships.
Asthma: the yoga perspective part I the somatopsychic imbalance in asthma: towards a holistic therapy.
Anxiety and depression in chronic hemodialysis: Some somatopsychic determinants.
When she declares, "Vedic and other somatopsychic protocols act as the foundation of [Saleem Sinai's] scmiotic [in Midnight's Children]," she ignores the novel's overt appetite for irony and mixture that denies us the convenience of locating a single semiotic foundation for it (55).
BPSB than facilitates a somatopsychic leap, by means of applying a variety of SER techniques.
However, its most important applications with back pain patients is in its utility in mediating skeleto-muscular interactions with emotions (Kimmell, 1989), pain control (Wells, 1982; Evans, 1988), somatopsychic disorders (Ford, 1989), psychosomatic disorders (Crasilneck, 1980) and in psychoneuroimmunology (Hall, 1983; Kiocolt-Glaser et al., 1987; Bernie, 1989).