Definition of Rheumatism, psychogenic

Rheumatism, psychogenic: Rheumatism in which the patient reports inconsistent pains of muscles and joints that do not correspond to true anatomy and physiology. The patient is felt to
have underlying psychological causes for these symptoms.


Last Editorial Review: 3/19/2012

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