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Hypochondria

  • BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: DSM-IV & DSM-IV-TR: Hypochondriasis - When a patient remains preoccupied with the fear that they have a serious medical illness despite the fact that medical evaluation has ruled out such an illness, this Somatoform Disorder can be diagnosed. Although the belief is not of delusional intensity, attempts at reassurance fail

  • Hypochondria - Written by Ingvard Wilhelmsen, MD, Ph.D. Introduction to hypochodria, symptoms, and treatment.

  • PsychNet-UK Depersonalization Disorder Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.

  • The Hypochondria Webpage -  The term hypochondria was coined by the ancient Greeks Gk. Hypo = below, Gk. Chondros = cartilage (of the ribs) because of their conclusion that the set of symptoms originated in the upper abdomen.

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