The frequencies of DSM-III diagnoses in 30 patients with dyspepsia of unknown origin and 20 patients with organic dyspepsia were compared. Dyspepsia of unknown origin was associated with a higher prevalence of psychiatric diagnoses (86.7% versus 25.0%), particularly anxiety disturbances (66.7%).

DSM-III diagnoses associated with dyspepsia of unknown cause / Magni, G.; Di mario, F.; Bernasconi, G.; Mastropaolo, G.. - In: THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY. - ISSN 0002-953X. - 144:9(1987), pp. 1222-1223.

DSM-III diagnoses associated with dyspepsia of unknown cause

Di mario, F.;
1987

Abstract

The frequencies of DSM-III diagnoses in 30 patients with dyspepsia of unknown origin and 20 patients with organic dyspepsia were compared. Dyspepsia of unknown origin was associated with a higher prevalence of psychiatric diagnoses (86.7% versus 25.0%), particularly anxiety disturbances (66.7%).
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