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, Volume 44, Issue 3, pp 204–211 | Cite as

Schmerz aus psychosomatischer Sicht unter Berücksichtigung neuerer Forschungsergebnisse

  • B. P. Radanov
Bodensee-Konsensuskonferenz
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Zusammenfassung

In wenigen medizinischen Gebieten gab es in den letzten Jahren einen so großen Zuwachs an empirisch gewonnenen Erkenntnissen hinsichtlich der Grundlagen und Auswirkungen einer gesundheitlichen Störung wie im Bereich der chronischen Schmerzen. Dennoch hat man den Eindruck, dass diese Erkenntnisse nur sehr unzureichend in die Praxis implementiert werden. Das muss erstaunen, zumal chronische Schmerzen zu den häufigsten Störungen gehören, derentwegen Patienten einen Arzt aufsuchen [12].

Schlüsselwörter

Schmerz Psychosomatik Forschung 

Pain from a psychosomatic point of view taking newer research results into consideration

Abstract

Only a few medical disciplines have witnessed such enormous growth in empirically gained insight into the basic elements and effects of a health disorder as has the field of chronic pain. Nonetheless, one has the impression that these findings are only put into practice to a very limited extent. This should be a cause for surprise, especially since chronic pain is one of the most frequent disorders prompting patients to consult a physician [12].

Keywords

Pain Psychosomatic medicine Research 

Notes

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SchulthessklinikZürichSchweiz

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