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Panic Disorder and Non-Cardiac Chest Pain: A Brief Review

By Ruth M.D. Infante


The relationship between chest pain and panic disorder is explored; after coronary artery disease and other medical diseases have been ruled out, panic disorder remains a significant contributor to morbidity. Panic disorder is treatable; hence it is important that psychiatrists educate the non-psychiatric medical community so that appropriate referrals and treatment can be made. This would lead to a decrease in health care costs

Topics: Panic Disorder and Non-Cardiac Chest Pain, A Brief Review, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, United States, Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry, article, Psychiatry
Publisher: Jefferson Digital Commons
Year: 2011
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