Download the Free Prime PubMed App to your smartphone or tablet.

Available for iPhone or iPad:

Unbound PubMed app for iOS iPhone iPadAlso Available:
Unbound PubMed app for Android

Available for Mac and Windows Desktops and laptops:

Unbound PubMed app for Windows
23 results
  • Understanding egorrhea from cultural-clinical psychology. [Journal Article]
    Front Psychol 2013; 4:894Sasaki J, Wada K, Tanno Y
  • Based on his observations in Japanese clinical settings, Fujinawa (1972) conceptualized egorrhea syndrome, which includes symptoms such as erythrophobia, fear of eye-to-eye confrontation, olfactory reference syndrome, delusions of soliloquy, delusions of sleep talking, and thought broadcasting. The key feature of this syndrome is self-leakage, a perceived sense that one's personal internal inform…
  • Perception, experience and body identity. [Journal Article]
    Actas Esp Psiquiatr 2011; 39 Suppl 3:3-118López-Ibor JJ, Ortiz T, López-Ibor MI
  • Physician has to know the patient in the disease and not only the disease in the patient, from the dual perspective of the body as object and the body as subject. This also affects the patient who has to cope with the reality of having a body that bursts into the subject's consciousness as a vital threat, as source of discomfort and inability and being a body (Marcel). The human body in its dual …
  • [Nihilodermia in psychodermatology]. [Review]
    Hautarzt 2007; 58(5):427-34Harth W, Hermes B, … Gieler U
  • "Nihilodermia" refers to a group of difficult "problem" patients in dermatology without objective findings but with recurrent symptoms and stubborn demand for medical examination. These primary emotional disorders are somatoform disorders, but the patients usually strictly deny a psychosocial aspect and expect purely somatic treatment. Clinical patterns include pruritus, pain, paresthesias, feeli…
  • Clinical pictures and classification of somatoform disorders in dermatology. [Review]
    Eur J Dermatol 2006 Nov-Dec; 16(6):607-14Harth W, Hermes B, … Gieler U
  • Somatoform disorders in dermatology are a heterogeneous group from a biopsychosocial point of view. Among the clinical patterns we find, for example, pruritus, pain, paresthesia as well as feelings of disfiguration, eco-syndromes, erythrophobia or psychogenic pseudoeffluvium. The multiple clinical symptoms are usually accompanied by psychosocial disorders, these are subjective complaints by the p…
New Search Next