Psychosomatic Medicine

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Michael Blumenfield, James J. Strain
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006 - Medical - 949 pages
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Psychosomatic Medicine is a book and DVD package providing a fresh approach to mastering the concepts and practice of modern consult-liaison psychiatry for residents and practitioners. Written by over 90 internationally known contributors, the comprehensive 2-color book includes psychosomatic medicine symptoms, diagnostic dilemmas, and the interaction between numerous physical and psychiatric conditions. Special topics addressed include diagnostic and classificatory dilemmas, women's health issues, pregnancy, sexuality, ethical considerations, drug interactions, and more. Section openers written by the book's editors tie the chapters together and draw interesting and helpful comparisons.

The bonus DVD features the fully searchable text, references, questions and answers, Power Point lectures, and trial versions of psychosomatic medicine software applications.

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About the author (2006)

Michael Blumenfield is the Sidney E. Frank Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine and Surgery at the New York Medical College. He is also Director of Consultation Psychiatry at Westchester Medical Center, New York.

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