This psychosomatic medicine monograph of 119 pages by gordon f derner phd reports a limited clinical study of some psychological factors in persons with tuberculosis factors arising from tuberculosis including the disease itself and its concomitants the study reflects a practical approach to the investigation of psychological aspects of a chronic disease once considered only within . In the preface to this monograph the author states he has attempted an intensive study of the personality factors in persons with tuberculosis as investigative tools he has used a series of clinical interviews and a variety of standard and specially devised psychologic tests his initial comments. In dealing with psychosomatic cases let them somatize get them talking consider them a future referral and after a couple months slowly slowly introduce the concept of psychiatric care linguistic and cultural aspects of tuberculosis screening and management for refugees and immigrants references and further reading. This study examines the psycho social aspects of tuberculosis in a low income group in an urban setting the locale chosen was social area three of the city of vancouver part of this area known as the strathcona district was surveyed in 1947 by a university of british columbia team of which the writer was a member as part of a demonstration slum clearance project this group was specially . Psychological distress is the major comorbidity among tuberculosis tb patients however its magnitude associated factors and effect on treatment outcome have not been adequately studied in low income countriesthis study aimed to determine the magnitude
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