psychogenic pain disorder

psy·cho·gen·ic pain dis·or·der

a disorder in which the principal complaint is pain that is out of proportion to objective findings and that is related to psychological factors.

psychogenic pain disorder

a DSM-IV psychiatric disorder characterized by persistent pain for which there is no apparent organic cause. The condition is often accompanied by other sensory or motor dysfunction, such as paresthesia or muscle spasm. The cause may be one or many unresolved needs or conflicts.

psy·cho·gen·ic pain dis·or·der

(sī'kō-jen'ik pān dis-ōr'dĕr)
A disorder in which the principal complaint is pain that is out of proportion to objective findings and is related to psychological factors.

psy·cho·gen·ic pain dis·or·der

(sī'kō-jen'ik pān dis-ōr'dĕr)
Condition in which principal complaint is pain that is out of proportion to objective findings and is related to psychological factors.
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