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.

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.