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Clinical Focus Volume 8 N3

Medically Unexplained Symptoms in General Practice

Abstract

Medically unexplained symptoms are common in primary care. They are heterogenous in nature and patients can present with comorbid physical and psychological conditions making assessment and treatment more challenging. In addition to being expensive due to frequent and inappropriate healthcare utilization, they can be emotionally draining for the clinician.

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