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1951 114
1952 143
1953 178
1954 156
1955 155
1956 186
1957 200
1958 166
1959 170
1960 158
1961 169
1962 185
1963 342
1964 508
1965 351
1966 190
1967 195
1968 203
1969 222
1970 203
1971 219
1972 207
1973 218
1974 212
1975 192
1976 246
1977 235
1978 263
1979 260
1980 208
1981 194
1982 216
1983 247
1984 250
1985 290
1986 281
1987 255
1988 302
1989 345
1990 321
1991 297
1992 319
1993 382
1994 399
1995 331
1996 393
1997 469
1998 506
1999 523
2000 581
2001 584
2002 620
2003 774
2004 863
2005 965
2006 1072
2007 1153
2008 1274
2009 1486
2010 1656
2011 2078
2012 2478
2013 2684
2014 2859
2015 3128
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2018 3256
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A history of anxiety: from Hippocrates to DSM.
Crocq MA. Dialogues Clin Neurosci 2015 - Review. PMID 26487812 Free PMC article.
This article describes the history of the nosology of anxiety disorders. Greek and Latin physicians and philosophers distinguished anxiety from other types of negative affect, and identified it as a medical disorder. ...However, typical cases of anxiety disorders kept being reported, even if under different names. In the 17(th) century, Robert Burton described anxiety in The Anatomy of Melancholy. ...
This article describes the history of the nosology of anxiety disorders. Greek and Latin physicians and philosophers distinguished …
Anxiety and DSM-5.
Kupfer DJ. Dialogues Clin Neurosci 2015. PMID 26487805 Free PMC article.
The DSM-5 process, and the publication of DSM-5 in 2013, have had a considerable impact on the classification of anxiety disorders. ...In summary, these changes in the way we classify anxiety disorders reflect our best view on the clinical empirical data and should prove useful in the assessment of specific anxiety disorders....
The DSM-5 process, and the publication of DSM-5 in 2013, have had a considerable impact on the classification of anxiety disorders. . …
Anxiety.
Dean E. Nurs Stand 2016. PMID 27406490
Essential facts Anxiety is the feeling of fear that occurs when faced with threatening or stressful situations. It is a normal response when confronted with danger, but, if it is overwhelming or the feeling persists, it could be regarded as an anxiety disorder. The Royal College of Psychiatrists says anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and social anxiety disorder, affect about one in ten....
Essential facts Anxiety is the feeling of fear that occurs when faced with threatening or stressful situations. It is a normal respon …
A prospective study of benign fasciculation syndrome and anxiety.
Filippakis A, et al. Muscle Nerve 2018. PMID 30028521
Most reported anxiety, but only 14% were anxious as measured by the Zung self-rating anxiety scale. Fasciculations were most common in the calves and persisted in 93% of patients. ...BFS is usually not associated with pathologic anxiety. Muscle Nerve 58:852-854, 2018....
Most reported anxiety, but only 14% were anxious as measured by the Zung self-rating anxiety scale. Fasciculations were most c …
Anxiety.
Shah AA and Han JY. Continuum (Minneap Minn) 2015 - Review. PMID 26039853
The article discusses neurologic and other medical comorbidities as well as treatment strategies, keeping in mind the co-occurrence of anxiety disorders with depression. ...SUMMARY: Anxiety and depression are common psychiatric conditions that not only co-occur, but also co-occur with other neurologic illnesses. ...
The article discusses neurologic and other medical comorbidities as well as treatment strategies, keeping in mind the co-occurrence of an
Fear Generalization and Anxiety: Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms.
Dunsmoor JE and Paz R. Biol Psychiatry 2015 - Review. PMID 25981173
Critically, the overgeneralization of fear to harmless stimuli or situations is a burden to daily life and characteristic of posttraumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders. Here, we review emerging evidence on behavioral and neural mechanisms of generalization of emotional learning with the goal of encouraging further research on generalization in anxiety disorders. ...
Critically, the overgeneralization of fear to harmless stimuli or situations is a burden to daily life and characteristic of posttraumatic s …
ECT-Related Anxiety: A Systematic Review.
Obbels J, et al. J ECT 2017 - Review. PMID 28009627
Despite its great impact on treatment adherence, anxiety in patients receiving ECT is underexposed in the scientific literature. ...Given the clinical importance of ECT-related anxiety, further study on its nature and evolution through the course of treatment and on anxiety-reducing interventions is warranted....
Despite its great impact on treatment adherence, anxiety in patients receiving ECT is underexposed in the scientific literature. ...G …
Anxiety and Cardiovascular Disease Risk: a Review.
Tully PJ, et al. Curr Cardiol Rep 2016 - Review. PMID 27796859
Unrecognized anxiety is a difficult clinical presentation in cardiology. Anxiety leads to recurring emergency department visits and the need for numerous diagnostic evaluations to rule out cardiovascular disease (CVD). This review focuses broadly on anxiety and its subtypes in relation to the onset and progression of CVD while describing helpful guidelines to better identify and treat anxiety. ...
Unrecognized anxiety is a difficult clinical presentation in cardiology. Anxiety leads to recurring emergency department visit …
Recent Advances in the Understanding and Treatment of Health Anxiety.
Tyrer P. Curr Psychiatry Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 29931576
RECENT FINDINGS: Health anxiety is similar to hypochondriasis but is characterized by fear of, rather than conviction of, illness. ...Untreated health anxiety leads to premature mortality. Health anxiety has become an increasing clinical and public health issue at a time when people are being formally asked to take more responsibility in monitoring their own health. ...
RECENT FINDINGS: Health anxiety is similar to hypochondriasis but is characterized by fear of, rather than conviction of, illness. .. …
Trait vs. state anxiety in different threatening situations.
Leal PC, et al. Trends Psychiatry Psychother 2017. PMID 28813110 Free article.
RESULTS: In VMST, trait anxiety correlated to state anxiety (psychological parameters) in all test phases. However, in TME, the only trait measurement that correlated to state anxiety (psychological parameters) was the Dental Anxiety Scale. CONCLUSION: Trait anxiety correlates positively to state anxiety in situations of interpersonal threat, but not of physical threat....
RESULTS: In VMST, trait anxiety correlated to state anxiety (psychological parameters) in all test phases. However, in TME, th …
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