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DSMIV diagnostic criteria for dissociative trance disorder
Differentiation of possession
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aetiology afflicted ailment Baloch health Baloch society Balochi language Balochistan baluk beliefs biomedical biomedicine body bonesetter cause ceremony chapter childbirth cold foods concept context culture-bound syndromes diagnosis dirty blood disorders Ethnography evil eye evil spirits exorcism exorcist factors fieldwork four humours Gwath spirit Gwathi e Laeb Gwathi e Moth hakims healing rituals health and illness health seeking behaviour heart herbal medicine herbalists hot and cold human humours ill health informants interviews involved Islamic Janmahmad jinn Karachi knowledge Koran Koranic verses majority massage medical anthropology medical systems midwife Muslim natural diseases opioids pain participant observation patient perception person perspective phenomenon possession illness practices practitioners pregnancy psychiatric relationship religious healer ritual healing Shey sickness slip snakebite social sorcery spirit possession spiritual healers stomach supernatural diseases supernatural entities supernatural forces supernatural illnesses symbolic symptoms taboos Taweez theory therapeutic therapy traditional midwives trance treated treatment tribal usually women