The findings of this paper suggest that, except for mood
and personality disorders, almost all psychiatric symptoms
and disease co-morbidities are higher in patients
with irritable bowel syndrome than the population without
Aim: To determine the psychiatric symptom assesment of patients seeking treatment for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and to demonstrate the presence of more complicated psychiatric disorders.
An assessment of detailed psychopathological aspects and psychiatric co-morbities could help to define the clinical profile of people requesting cosmetic rhinoplasty in cosmetic surgery settings. Research into these factors is essential to detect crucial problems such as personality disorders and body dysmorphic disorder before surgery.
Aim: The purpose of the study was to examine psychopathological traits and psychiatric co-morbidities in seekers of cosmetic rhinoplasty.
The present study attempted to assess childhood trauma events and
dissociative symptoms in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
We detected that patients with this disorder had high levels of dissociation
symptoms and the level of dissociation was correlated with the
severity of obsessive compulsive symptoms.
Background and objective: The present study attempted to assess childhood trauma events and dissociative symptoms in patients with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).