3 edition of Treatment of functional somatic symptoms found in the catalog.
Treatment of functional somatic symptoms
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Richard Mayou, Christopher Bass, and Michael Sharpe.|
|Contributions||Mayou, Richard., Bass, Christopher M., Sharpe, Michael.|
|LC Classifications||RC552.S66 T74 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 452 p. :|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||95000873|
This open access book sets out the stress-system model for functional somatic symptoms in children and adolescents. The book begins by exploring the initial encounter between the paediatrician, child, and family, moves through the assessment process, including the formulation and the treatment contract, and then describes the various forms of treatment that are designed to settle the child’s. somatic symptom presentations 2. Assess for somatic symptoms and distinguish between somatic symptoms and factitious disorders/malingering versus primary psychological disorders 3. Utilize assessment data to develop multidisciplinary case conceptualizations and treatment plans with medical colleagues 4. Describe somatic symptoms from a.
A recent systematic review of antidepressant treatment in patients with a range of functional symptoms found a number needed to treat of only three (comparing favourably with many treatments in neurology). 9 In practice, their use may be difficult because of: (1) psychiatric stigma; (2) a perception that they are addictive or harmful; and (3 Cited by: The term functional somatic syndrome has been applied to several related syndromes characterized more by symptoms, suffering, and disability than by consistently demonstrable tissue abnormality. These syndromes include multiple chemical sensitivity, the sick building syndrome, repetition stress injury, the side effects of silicone breast implants, the Gulf War syndrome, chronic whiplash, the Cited by:
Somatic symptom disorder treatment – Consultation letter. There is scientific evidence suggesting that a psychiatric consultation letter to the primary care physician about strategies for managing the somatizing patient improves physical functioning and reduce costs, but effects on somatic symptoms were not reported ,. Functional somatic syndrome is commonly encountered in the general and specialty health care settings. 3 A review on the prevalence of somatoform disorders and medically unexplained symptoms in primary care found that at least 1 medically unexplained symptom was observed in 40% to 49% of all primary care patients. 4 In a neurologic practice, approximately one-third of new patients were found.
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Treatment of Functional Somatic Symptoms: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Persistent physical symptoms that may not be associated with a known medical disease can be perplexing and distressing for children and families. This book gives mental health professionals a complete understanding of somatic symptoms in 6- to year-olds and presents an innovative treatment approach grounded in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).5/5(1).
Treatment of Functional Somatic Symptoms Treatment of Functional Somatic Symptoms Treatment of Functional Somatic Symptoms is the first comprehensive, authoritative and practical guide on the management of a wide variety of medically unexplained symptoms encountered frequently in all areas of primary and hospital care.
Treatment of dysmorphophobia --Specific symptoms Irritable bowel and abdominal pain Pre-menstrual tension Chronic fatigue Low back pain Pelvic pain --Special populations Treatment of somatic symptoms in the elderly Management of somatic symptoms in children --Organisation of care Treatment of functional somatic symptoms; Treatment of functional somatic symptoms.
Mayou RA., Bass C., Sharpe M. Type. Book. Treatments offer hope for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) New book – Mindfulness: Ancient Wisdom Meets Modern Psychology Cited by: Lancet Functional Somatic Syndromes “FSS are characterised by patterns – Enhanced care by generalists for functional somatic symptoms and disorders in primary care.
Rosendal et al., Cochrane Review treatment of pain and other symptoms in. Somatic Symptom Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment Jeffrey P. Staab, MD, MS. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. (Functional neurologic symptom disorder) ICD draft • Bodily distress disorder • Somatic Symptom Disorder B -criterion Scale (SSD ) • Cognitive, affective, behavioral symptoms.
Functional somatic syndrome (FSS) is a disorder characterized by clusters of medically unexplained symptoms even after extensive examinations . Similarly, rates of PTSD are roughly –% higher in people seeking treatment for a functional somatic syndrome as opposed to the general population.
Aside from the physiological symptoms of FSS such as sleep disturbances, chronic pain and general fatigue, certain psychological symptoms are also associated with most FSSs, such as anxiety, depression and panic disorder.
Persistent physical symptoms that may not be associated with a known medical disease can be perplexing and distressing for children and families. This book gives mental health professionals a complete understanding of somatic symptoms in 6- to year-olds and presents an innovative treatment approach grounded in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).
9 - Functional somatic symptoms and somatoform disorders in children By M. Elena Garralda, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Imperial College London, St Mary's Campus, London, UK Edited by Christopher Gillberg, Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden, Richard Harrington, University of Manchester, Hans-Christoph Steinhausen, Universität Zürich.
80 CURRENT CONCEPTS OF SOMATIZATION. Functional Somatic Syndromes. 81 of somatic distress, those that simply accompany or co-occur with somatic symptoms (and that may act to exacerbate or maintain.
Treatment of Somatic Symptom Disorders. Patients who experience SSD may cling to the belief that their symptoms have an underlying physical cause despite a lack of evidence for a physical explanation. Introduction. Functional somatic syndromes (FSS) are common worldwide and in practically all areas of medicine.
FSS are a burden for sufferers, they are also often difficult to treat for doctors and costly for society.1, 2, 3 Diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to FSS vary substantially across and within medical specialties, from biomedicine to by: Functional somatic syndromes are defined as physical syndromes without an organic disease explanation, demonstrable structural changes, or established biochemical abnormalities.
Medical books Functional Somatic Syndromes. This book reviews the state of scientific and clinical understanding of the nine most common functional somatic syndromes. This book explores the assessment and treatment of patients with somatic symptoms, based on biopsychosociospiritual model, rather than biomedical model.
Specific assessment skills and treatments are covered. It explores stress, somatization, physical disorders, and a holistic approach. Somatic Symptom Disorders Parent/Caregiver Information What is a somatic symptom disorder.
Somatic symptom disorders are conditions in which individuals experience physical symptoms that are not fully explained by the presence of a general medical condition after standard-of File Size: KB.
Functional somatic symptoms (FSS) are bodily sensations which do not result from physical disease, but which the patient responds to as if they did. Such symptoms are common and usually transient. In some patients they become persistent and associated with distress and disability. In such cases specific treatment is by: When MDD is diagnosed, it should be treated first.
Ordinarily both affective and somatic symptoms improve with treatment, although, as shall be discussed, sometimes only the affective illness remits, leaving functional somatic symptoms still to be managed.
(For further coverage of affective disorders, see Chapter ). Sara Williams, Ph.D and Nicole Zahka, Ph.D are the authors of Treating Somatic Symptoms in Children and Adolescents, a recently published manual for clinicians seeking to better understand physicalAuthor: Jessica Dore.
A functional symptom is a medical symptom, with no known physical arises from a problem in the ‘functioning’ of the nervous system, and not due to a structural or pathologically defined disease. Functional symptoms are increasingly viewed within a framework in which psychological, physiological and biological factors should be considered to be relevant.
Many of the somatic symptoms that they present with—such as pain, weakness, and fatigue—remain unexplained by identifiable disease even after extensive medical assessment.
Several general terms have been used to describe this problem—somatisation, somatoform, abnormal illness behaviour, medically unexplained symptoms, and functional by: One or more somatic symptoms that are distressing or result in significant disruption of daily life.
B. Excessive thoughts, feelings, or behaviors related to the somatic symptoms or associated.