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Somatic panic-attack equivalents in a community sample of Rwandan widows who survived the 1994 genocide.
Panic disorder, somatization, and the new cross-cultural psychiatry: the seven bodies of a medical anthropology of panic.
Neck-focused panic attacks among Cambodian refugees; a logistic and linear regression analysis.
Toward a medical anthropology of sensations: definitions and research agenda.
Dizziness and panic in China: associated sensations of zang fu organ disequilibrium.
The 'multiplex model' of somatic symptoms: application to tinnitus among traumatized Cambodian refugees.
Idioms of distress among trauma survivors: subtypes and clinical utility.
Khyâl attacks: a key idiom of distress among traumatized cambodia refugees.
Olfactory-triggered panic attacks among Khmer refugees: a contextual approach.
Tinnitus among Cambodian refugees: relationship to PTSD severity.
Gastrointestinal-focused panic attacks among Cambodian refugees: associated psychopathology, flashbacks, and catastrophic cognitions.
Ataque de nervios: relationship to anxiety sensitivity and dissociation predisposition.
PTSD and key somatic complaints and cultural syndromes among rural Cambodians: the results of a needs assessment survey.
The relationship of PTSD to key somatic complaints and cultural syndromes among Cambodian refugees attending a psychiatric clinic: the Cambodian Somatic Symptom and Syndrome Inventory (CSSI).