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Diverticular Disease in the Primary Care Setting
(Wolters Kluwer Health, 2016)
Diverticular disease is a chronic and common condition, and yet the impact of diverticular disease in primary care is largely unknown. The diagnosis of diverticular disease relies on the demonstration of diverticula in the ...
Phenotyping of subjects for large scale studies on patients with IBS
Background: Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a complex condition with multiple factors contributing to its aetiology and pathophysiology. Aetiologically these include genetics, life-time events and environment, and ...
Use of complementary and alternative medicine in patients with health complaints attributed to former dental amalgam fillings.
(BioMed Central, 2016-01-22)
Background. The dental filling material amalgam is generally well tolerated. However, a small proportion of dental patients experience health complaints which they attribute to amalgam. The symptom pattern is often similar ...
The COPE LBP trial: Cognitive Patient Education for Low Back Pain - a cluster randomized controlled trial in primary care
(BioMed Central, 2010-02-16)
Background: Non-specific low back pain (LBP) is usually self-limiting within 4-6 weeks. Longstanding pain and disability are not predictable from clinical signs or pathoanatomical findings. Pain cognition and physical ...
Coping and return to work: Measurement and theoretical issues
(Norsk Epidemiologi, 2009)
Sick leave and early departure from the workforce have serious adverse effects on both individuals and society. Motivation and coping are both important when attempting to return to work. In this article, we wanted to test ...
Paternal predictors of the mental health of children of Vietnamese refugees
(BioMed Central, 2011-01-10)
Background: Intergenerational transmission of trauma as a determinant of mental health has been studied in the offspring of Holocaust survivors and combat veterans, and in refugee families. Mainly negative effects on the ...