The proposed new diagnosis defines a relational disorder as “persistent and painful patterns of feelings, behaviors, and perceptions” among two or more people in an important personal relationship, such a husband and wife, or a parent and children.
Wiki Number: PW184
Diagnosis: Relational Disorder
Symptoms: The disorder depends on two or more people interactively causing the difficulties. “persistent and painful patterns of feelings
Progression: behaviors and perceptions” in couples or adult couples either with their parents or with their children.
Causes: Marriages with violence between the couple; parental child abuse-often after parental neglect.
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- Inferior Vena Cava Thrombosis in a Young Patient With COVID-19 Infectionby Ali Rahman on May 18, 2022
Inferior vena cava thrombosis (IVCT) is a potentially fatal condition that may rarely occur in young patients with COVID-19 infection. This report describes a young adult female with a recent COVID 19 infection who presented with fever, bilateral flank pain, elevated inflammatory markers, and evidence of thrombosis in the inferior vena cava (IVC) on computed tomography (CT). The patient required treatment with anticoagulation therapy and catheter-directed thrombolysis, IVC filter placement, and...
- A Four-Generational Report on Hereditary Head and Neck Paragangliomaby Mihnea Cristian Trache on May 18, 2022
Background This article investigates the inheritance, penetrance, clinical presentation, and therapeutic outcomes of hereditary head and neck paragangliomas (HNPGLs) by offering a four-generational report of an 18-member family affected by this rare condition. Methodology Information was compiled by examination of patients and a review of medical records and correspondence (retrospective case series). Results Six members of the 18-member family were diagnosed with HNPGL between 2002 and 2018. A...
- GOECP/SEOR radiotheraphy guidelines for non-small-cell lung cancerby Núria Rodríguez De Dios on May 18, 2022
Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is a heterogeneous disease accounting for approximately 85% of all lung cancers. Only 17% of patients are diagnosed at an early stage. Treatment is multidisciplinary and radiotherapy plays a key role in all stages of the disease. More than 50% of patients with NSCLC are treated with radiotherapy (curative-intent or palliative). Technological advances-including highly conformal radiotherapy techniques, new immobilization and respiratory control systems, and...
- Testing delay in an environment of low COVID-19 prevalence: A qualitative study of testing behaviour amongst symptomatic South Australiansby Emma Tonkin on May 18, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: In a low COVID-19 prevalence environment, individuals rely on pre-existing strategies for interpreting and managing personal illness (such as delaying help seeking if symptoms are mild), which generally conflict with public health management advice about COVID-19. In low prevalence environments therefore public health authorities must give the public a reason to test beyond considerations of personal risk, and clearly communicate the need for ongoing COVID-19 surveillance despite...