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somatic:dsm-iv:hypochondriasis [March 2019]
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 ====== Hypochondriasis ====== ====== Hypochondriasis ======
 ===== Primer ===== ===== Primer =====
-<callout type="​danger"​ title="​Obsolete DSM-IV-TR Diagnosis"​ icon="​true">​This diagnosis no longer exists in the DSM-5. It has been replaced by [[pain-medicine:​dsm-5:​illness-anxiety]] and [[pain-medicine:​dsm-5:​somatic-symptom]]</​callout>​+<callout type="​danger"​ title="​Obsolete DSM-IV-TR Diagnosis"​ icon="​true">​This diagnosis no longer exists in the DSM-5. It has been replaced by [[somatic:​dsm-5:​illness-anxiety]] and [[somatic:​dsm-5:​somatic-symptom]]</​callout>​
  
 ===== Diagnostic Criteria ===== ===== Diagnostic Criteria =====
 <callout type="​question"​ title="​Since I Can't Use Hypochondriasis Anymore... Is it now Illness Anxiety Disorder or Somatic Symptom Disorder?"​ icon="​true">​ <callout type="​question"​ title="​Since I Can't Use Hypochondriasis Anymore... Is it now Illness Anxiety Disorder or Somatic Symptom Disorder?"​ icon="​true">​
-With the diagnostic change from the DSM-IV to the DSM-5, approximately 75% of individuals previously diagnosed with hypochondriasis are subsumed under the diagnosis of [[pain-medicine:​dsm-5:​somatic-symptom|somatic symptom disorder]]. However, about 25% of individuals with hypochondriasis have high health anxiety in the //absence// of somatic symptoms. In this case, the DSM-5 diagnosis of [[pain-medicine:​dsm-5:​illness-anxiety|illness anxiety disorder]] is used. Illness anxiety disorder can be considered as either a somatic disorder or as an anxiety disorder. ​+With the diagnostic change from the DSM-IV to the DSM-5, approximately 75% of individuals previously diagnosed with hypochondriasis are subsumed under the diagnosis of [[somatic:​dsm-5:​somatic-symptom|somatic symptom disorder]]. However, about 25% of individuals with hypochondriasis have high health anxiety in the //absence// of somatic symptoms. In this case, the DSM-5 diagnosis of [[somatic:​dsm-5:​illness-anxiety|illness anxiety disorder]] is used. Illness anxiety disorder can be considered as either a somatic disorder or as an anxiety disorder. ​
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