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64. Psychocutaneous Disorders

L.G. Millard and J. Millard


DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405161695.2009.00064.x


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The psychological and symbolic importance of skin Psychodermatology Psychosomatics Self-esteem Stigma Psychoneuroimmunology Disability and quality of life Classification Disorders of dermatological beliefs Disorders of body awareness Psychogenic pruritus Cutaneous phobias Group and mass population reactions Harmful cutaneous habits Factitious skin disease Cutaneous disease and alcohol misuse Depression in dermatological patients Suicide in dermatological patients Isotretinoin and mood changes Psychiatric treatments ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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