Definition of Psychosomatic disorder

1. Noun. A mental disorder that causes somatic symptoms.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychosomatic Disorder

psychoses
psychosine
psychosines
psychosiphobia
psychosis
psychosocial
psychosocially
psychosociological
psychosociology
psychosomatic
psychosomatic disorder (current term)
psychosomatically
psychosomatician
psychosomaticians
psychosomaticist
psychosomaticists
psychosomatics
psychospiritual
psychostimulant
psychostimulants
psychosurgeon
psychosurgeons
psychosurgeries
psychosurgery
psychosurgical

Literary usage of Psychosomatic disorder

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1. On Pain Suffering: Reminiscences, Musings and Reflections by Walter Prytulak (2001)
"Since 70% of all patients seen in doctor's office nowadays suffer from some kind of psychosomatic disorder of unknown etiology, meaning that they have clean ..."

2. On Pain Suffering: Reminiscences, Musings and Reflections by Walter Prytulak (2001)
"... Since 70% of all patients seen in doctor's office nowadays suffer from some kind of psychosomatic disorder of unknown etiology, meaning that they have ..."

3. Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... is not a psychosomatic disorder. Other factors that may exacerbate asthma. Rhinitis, sinusitis, and polyposis are sometimes associated with asthma, ..."

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