Questions related to Psychosomatic Medicine
Have some clinical experience where adolescent onset Bronchial asthma is associated with "issues around identity."
Actually, I am doing a project in non-invasive urinary bladder pressure measurement. I was searching for journal paper related to this topic. Can anyone suggest me some journal papers regarding this topic??
More than expected head dropped myasthenia onset are patient with Parkinson disease (25%) and majority of myasthenia onset in patient with Parkinson disease is head dropped (more tan 60%). We think that it may be due to fatigability associated to cervical rigidity. What do you think?
For example, I am seriously confused as far as heteroscedasticity is concerned. How objectively recognize this phenomenon?
We are preparing guidelines on how to manage specific back pain (spinal claudication, spondylolisthesis, disc prolapse) What do we have to take into account?
We tend to find a questionnaire that screens population who have psychopathology and assessing mental health.
The effect of all types of physical activity on pain threshold and tolerance. Which instrument is more suitable to measure pain threshold and tolerance?
There are a lot of attempts to define psychotherapy. But a short version would be of advantage for the field. In our paper "Der Psychotherapeut als Scientist-Practitioner - Vom Bachelor und Master über das 1. und 2. Staatsexamen zur Approbation und sozialrechtlichen Zulassung) we tried to define it either as "psychological treatment of any disorder / disease" or alternatively as "treatment of mental disorders". Both ways contain advantages and problems. The first one for example has the problem of overlapping with some fields of medicine, especially psychosomatic medicine. And the second would include the whole discipline of psychiatry.
What do you think is best? Is it possible to combine our two definitions? Do you have alternative or better (short) definitions?