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[Psychiatric disorders in emigrants. II. Follow-up over six months and attitudes of the patients].
In the first part of this study we investigated people who had left East Germany and sought psychiatric help within six weeks after their move. 94 patients were re-examined approximately six month later. Meanwhile 40% had ...
[Psychiatric disorders in emigrants. III. Follow-up after two and a half years].
In the first and the second part of this study we reported about first examination and a six month follow-up in patients who had left East-Germany in 1989. In this third and last part, findings of a two and a half year ...
Are facial injuries really different? An observational cohort study comparing appearance concern and psychological distress in facial trauma and non-facial trauma patients.
Facial injuries are widely assumed to lead to stigma and significant psychosocial burden. Experimental studies of face perception support this idea, but there is very little empirical evidence to guide treatment. This study ...
Risk of pneumonia in obstructive lung disease: A real-life study comparing extra-fine and fine-particle inhaled corticosteroids.
BACKGROUND: Regular use of inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) in patients with obstructive lung diseases has been associated with a higher risk of pneumonia, particularly in COPD. The risk of pneumonia has not been previously ...
Wellbeing and chronic lung disease incidence: The Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe.
BACKGROUND: Previous studies indicate that psychosocial factors can impact COPD prevalence. However, research into this association has predominantly focused on negative factors such as depression. The aim of this study ...