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Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a relatively common psychiatric disorder characterized by preoccupations with perceived defects in physical appearance. This review aimed to explore epidemiology, clinical features, comorbidities, and treatment options for BDD in different clinical settings.
Public Familiarity With the Terms Somatoform Disorder and Functional Disorder in Germany: Results From a Representative Population Survey
Do the terms somatoform disorder and functional disorder hinder rather than facilitate clinical communication? To answer this question, the authors of this study examined whether people at risk forÂ somatoform disorderÂ (ie, medically unexplained somatic symptoms) are more familiar with the 2 terms than others.